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These are challenging economic times for all of us. But this is also a time of opportunity for community journalism.The Missouri School of Journalism, the Reynolds Journalism Institute and the Missouri Press Association have put together a conference for community newspaper publishers and editors. To register, please email or call Janet Jensen at the School. Email: Phone: 573-882-8694.AgendaThursday, October 20, 20119:00 a.m.: Continental breakfast for participants. Meet your fellow attendees and register during this time.9:45 a.m.: Fred W. Smith Forum, RJIWelcome and Introductions, James Sterling and Walter B. Potter Jr.10:00 - 10:50 a.m.: How Life Changes When High-Speed Broadband Arrives, Randy Smith, Reynolds Endowed Chair of Business Journalism; Shriniwas Gautam; Timothy Haithcoat and Heather Schoenberger 11:00 a.m. - Noon: Mobile is Critical, Roger Fidler, Program Director for Digital Publishing/Digital Publishing Alliance, Donald W. Reynolds Journalism InstituteNoon - 1:15 p.m.: Lunch, C.E. & Bettie M. Palmer Room, RJILeveraging Assets From Your Community, Keith Politte, Manager of Technology Testing Center, School of Journalism Futures Lab1:30 - 2:30 p.m.: Fred W. Smith Forum, RJIThe Payoff of Paid Content, Michael Jenner, Houston Harte Chair in Journalism, Print and Digital News; Andy Waters, President/General Manager at Columbia Daily Tribune and Jason Collington 2:30 p.m.: Break2:45 - 3:45 p.m.: Digital Lessons from the Joplin Tornado, Michael Beatty, publisher of the Joplin Globe and Carol Stark, editor4:00 - 5:00 p.m.: Making Money in a New Age, Lee Sawyer, St. Joseph News Press; Brad Best, Futures Lab Advertising Editor; and Randy Smith, Donald W. Reynolds Endowed Chair of Business Journalism6:00 p.m.: Cocktails at the Reynolds Alumni Center (Great Room)7:00 p.m.: Dinner at the Reynolds Alumni Center (Great Room)
  • Peter Meng, 2011-12 Donald W. Reynolds Fellow, New Opportunities with Streaming Classifieds
  • Paul Bolls, 2011-12 Donald W. Reynolds Fellow & Associate Professor ? Strategic Communication, Capture and Grow your Audience with Brain Science
Friday, October 21, 20118:30 a.m.: Fred W. Smith Forum, RJIContinental breakfast for participants.9:00 a.m.: Next Steps, Roger Gafke, Director of Program Development, Donald W. Reynolds Journalism Institute9:30 - 10:30 a.m.: Three Things That You Must Own, Stephanie Padgett, Assistant Professor, Strategic Communication; Bill Miller Jr., Washington Missourian; Brad Gentry, Houston Herald10:30 a.m.: Break10:45 a.m.: Special Presentation, Doug Crews, Missouri Press Association11:00 - 11:50 a.m.: Believers, Nonbelievers and Fence Straddlers: Community Newspapers and the Web in 2011, Gary Sosniecki, General Manager/Creative Services and Regional Sales Manager/; Mike McKean, Director of the Futures Lab/Reynolds Journalism InstituteNoon - 1:15 p.m.: Lunch and dedication of the Palmer RoomMojo Ad Presentation: Capturing the Next Generation1:30 - 2:45 p.m.: Fred W. Smith Forum, RJIIncreasing Engagement with New Tools: Twitter, Blogging, Facebook, and Multi Media, Professors John Schneller and Reuben SternTo register, please email or call Janet Jensen at the School. Email: Phone: 573-882-8694.
How to take advantage of the opportunities in the print and digital world From: 2011-10-20T00:00:00 To: 2011-10-21T00:00:00


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