Chris Shipley

Chris Shipley

2013-2014 Reynolds Fellow

  Residential fellow
  Reynolds Journalism Institute
  Redwood City, California


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Website: http://www.cshipley.com/
Telephone: 415-640-5999

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Member ID: 643

Group Title: Content providers

Join Date: June 16, 2015

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Last Visit: December 31, 1969

Last Activity: December 31, 1969

Total Entries: 10

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About Chris Shipley

Chris Shipley is a technology industry journalist, analyst, and entrepreneur. Most recently the co-founder and CEO of Guidewire Group, Inc., Shipley developed the company’s framework for innovation measurement and mentorship to help established and emerging companies identify market opportunities and accelerate business growth.

As a journalist, Shipley began covering the personal technology industry in 1984, and has worked as a writer and editor for a variety of technology and consumer media. She is known for her role as the executive producer of the DEMO Conference, a technology conference where she helped startups bring their innovative products to market.

She holds a bachelor’s degree in communication arts and literature from Allegheny College.

Shipley, her wife Nancy, and their aging dog live in Redwood City, Calif., where they enjoy weekends at farmers’ markets, cooking and eating great food, and planning their next scuba diving adventure.

Chris Shipley is a technology industry journalist, analyst, and entrepreneur. She was a 2013-2014 RJI Fellow.


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Empowering the social media consumer

Chris Shipley is intrigued by the relationship between the abundance and anonymity of social media creators and the reader’s role as consumer, curator, and amplifier of digital information. During her fellowship, she explored the challenges of identifying credible sources and reporting breaking news in real-time through social media channels. Working with students from the Missouri School of Journalism, she developed best practice guidelines to enhance real-time social journalism.

Those guidelines can be found at the following sites:

1) Twitter4News

2) <a href="http://commontags.org/">

Shipley concluded her fellowship with a social journalism hackathon in San Francisco. The Donald W. Reynolds Journalism Institute, in partnership with the Public Media Platform (PMP) and KQED, challenged teams of developers, journalists and innovative thinkers to build new tools, business models and new services to help journalists better report and deliver quality news and information in a fast-moving social and mobile media environment. These teams developed more than a dozen ideas during the course of a weekend.

She will continue to develop ideas seeded during her fellowship. She is currently conducting diligence on a startup concept to support journalists as the news industry continues to transition to new business models.

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