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  1. Digital vs. Print: Storyboard to Digital Delivery to

    Panel on Friday 9th March

    This panel offers an insider’s guide into the process behind creating customized digital magazine content and configuring it for delivery across multiple mobile devices. Moderated by Next Issue Media CTO, ...

    At Sheraton Austin Hotel at the Capitol, Capitol A-D, 3rd floor (map)

  2. The Power of Visual Storytelling to

    Panel on Friday 9th March

    A story can be told in a million different ways and constantly improving technology makes it even more fun for anyone to tell their story in their own unique way. ...

    At Sheraton Austin Hotel at the Capitol, Capitol A-D, 3rd floor (map)

  3. Get Lit: Why Story Matters to

    Solo on Friday 9th March

    You built a product. It's amazing, brilliant, even earth-shattering. You know it, your team knows it, your mom knows it. So why doesn't anyone else seem to get it? The ...

    At Sheraton Austin Hotel at the Capitol, Capitol A-D, 3rd floor (map)

  4. A Penny Press for the Digital Age to

    Panel on Saturday 10th March

    In the 19th century, the “penny press” revolutionized journalism by covering news that appealed to the broadest possible public. Today, as media organizations struggle to monetize online coverage and chase ...

    At Sheraton Austin Hotel at the Capitol, Capitol A-D, 3rd floor (map)

  5. Rude Awakening: Content Strategy Is Super Hard to

    Panel on Saturday 10th March

    It's official: "content strategy" has become a trendy buzzword phrase that everyone is using to describe everything remotely related to content. SEO content strategy! Social media content strategy! Content marketing ...

    At Sheraton Austin Hotel at the Capitol, Capitol A-D, 3rd floor (map)

  6. The Curators and the Curated to

    Panel on Saturday 10th March

    At the heart of our conversation: the relationship between publishers of original content and the web’s most influential curators. Seems simple, right? Content creators get eyeballs and curators get work ...

    At Sheraton Austin Hotel at the Capitol, Capitol A-D, 3rd floor (map)

  7. Reporters & Evangelists: Politics of Online News to

    Panel on Saturday 10th March

    How much does ideology matter for online journalists and news sites? People talk about a fractured web of ideological bubbles where liberals go to Daily Kos and conservatives to The ...

    At Sheraton Austin Hotel at the Capitol, Capitol A-D, 3rd floor (map)

  8. Storytelling Beyond Words: New Forms of Journalism to

    Panel on Sunday 11th March

    We are in the midst of a digital revolution, and yet journalistic storytelling remains trapped in the Stone Age. We have all sorts of digital tools at our disposal -- ...

    At Sheraton Austin Hotel at the Capitol, Capitol A-D, 3rd floor (map)

  9. 140 Characters vs. 14000 Words: The New Long Form to

    Dual on Sunday 11th March

    In the age of shortened attention spans and journalism that exists in 140 characters or less, how does long-form journalism not only compete but prevail in the digital space? Slate ...

    At Sheraton Austin Hotel at the Capitol, Capitol A-D, 3rd floor (map)

  10. The Hyperlocal Hoax: Where's the Holy Grail? to

    Panel on Monday 12th March

    Over the last decade, so called "Hyperlocal" websites, apps and services have been "the next big thing." Now quick: Name one super-successful company in that space. Now name ten in ...

    At Sheraton Austin Hotel at the Capitol, Capitol A-D, 3rd floor (map)

  11. Has Twitter Made the Sports Reporter Obsolete? to

    Panel on Monday 12th March

    An NFL star live tweets his own traffic stop. An accidental DM reveals a shocking trade rumor. Instead of press releases, Tiger Woods breaks news about Tiger Woods by having ...

    At Sheraton Austin Hotel at the Capitol, Capitol A-D, 3rd floor (map)

  12. It's Not News, It's Business to

    Panel on Monday 12th March

    Journalism's future hinges on one thing, and it's not content, readers or devices. It's money. Producing stories, no matter what the form, takes money, and now journalists and media entrepreneurs ...

    At Sheraton Austin Hotel at the Capitol, Capitol A-D, 3rd floor (map)

  13. Snackable Content: Working in a Bite-Sized Future to

    Panel on Monday 12th March

    The future is in Snackable Content, but is that a good or bad thing, and how can it be linked to existing paradigms of content distribution and goals? The Snackable ...

    At Sheraton Austin Hotel at the Capitol, Capitol A-D, 3rd floor (map)

  14. Is Aggregation Theft? to

    Panel on Tuesday 13th March

    In the beginning, there was Slate's beloved news roundup, “Today’s Papers.” Then, in 2001, The Week magazine landed in the States with great success and pioneered the art of news ...

    At Sheraton Austin Hotel at the Capitol, Capitol A-D, 3rd floor (map)

  15. What Journalism Can Learn from Science to

    Dual on Tuesday 13th March

    The scientific method revolutionized the world of truth-seeking. Yet journalism - which, like science, seeks truth - is far less rigorous. We’ll walk through why this gap has led to ...

    At Sheraton Austin Hotel at the Capitol, Capitol A-D, 3rd floor (map)

  16. Audience-Centric Media: Wants and Needs in News to

    Panel on Tuesday 13th March

    The big dilemma for digital news publishing platforms is how to balance what people “want” to know with what people “need” to know. Most algorithms learn readers’ news consuming habits ...

    At Sheraton Austin Hotel at the Capitol, Capitol A-D, 3rd floor (map)

  17. This Talk Is NSFW: Nudity and Online Journalism to

    Solo on Tuesday 13th March

    Placing the letters "NSFW" on an article is supposed to tell people to keep away unless they're browsing from home, but seasoned web producers know those four letters usually bring ...

    At Sheraton Austin Hotel at the Capitol, Capitol A-D, 3rd floor (map)