Mark Stencel

Managing Editor - Digital News, NPR
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Mark Stencel is managing editor for digital news at NPR. He previously worked in print and online journalism, and on the editorial and business sides of publishing. Before coming to NPR in 2009, Stencel was the executive editor and deputy publisher at GOVERNING, a monthly magazine for leaders in state and local government published by Congressional Quarterly. He also served as a managing editor and was a technology columnist at CQ. Stencel began his career at The Washington Post as an assistant to syndicated columnist David S. Broder. After a stint as a science and technology reporter for The News & Observer in Raleigh-Durham, N.C., he returned to the Post in 1996 to help launch the company's first website: PoliticsNow, a multimedia partnership with ABC News, Newsweek and National Journal. Stencel was a senior editor of the Post's online news coverage through 2004. He also was a vice president at the Post Company's digital division, where he directed the business side of early mobile and multimedia efforts and managed content partnerships and projects with other news organizations and online publishers. Stencel is the co-author of two books on media and politics and writes intermittently about science, technology and media trends on his personal blog, "Assignment: Future" (http://assignmentfuture.com). He majored in Russian studies at the University of Virginia.

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Keeping Editorial Guidance/Standards Top of Mind
July 19, 2010, 8:45 AM - 10:15 AM
Flash File: Video: Mark Stencel and Mark Memmott: Keeping Editorial Guidance/Standards Top of Mind
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