Keith Jenkins

Supervising Senior Producer - Multimedia, NPR
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Keith Jenkins came to NPR in July 2008 as the supervising senior producer for multimedia. In this role he oversees the multimedia unit of NPR.org, and is responsible for the photography and videography throughout the site. Jenkins and his staff work with NPR shows, reporters and editors on reporting projects providing compelling visuals to match the rich audio story-telling of NPR. Among the daily photography and editing duties, Jenkins and his team work to create the visual components for NPR special series, such as: One Hundred Days: On the Road in Troubled Times, 'America's Battalion' in Afghanistan, The York Project: Race & The '08 Vote, Traveling Down the Amazon Road and Along the Grand Trunk Road: Coming of Age in India and Pakistan. Jenkins spent 13 years at The Washington Post working in a variety of capacities. He served as a staff photographer and photography director of washingtonpost.com, photography editor of The Washington Post Magazine and deputy assistant managing editor for photography at the newspaper.

Jenkins also coordinates the judging for the National Press Photographer's Association Best of Photojournalism on the Web contest. He holds a bachelor's degree in comparative literature from Brandeis University and a law degree from the Boston University School of Law.

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The Role of Photography and Photojournalism
July 19, 2010, 7:15 AM - 8:45 AM
Flash File: Video: Keith Jenkins and Kim Perry: The Role of Photography and Photojournalism
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