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Celebrate 50 years of the JSK Journalism Fellowships and to salute retiring Director Jim Bettinger.
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Friday, July 8 • 2:00pm - 4:00pm
Alumni Fest

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Alumni share their ideas for innovations to help journalism, in an informal festival-like setting that will let you mingle and meet with other alums.

Ana Maria Carrano (2014)
Voyz.es, a tool to record, transcribe and organize audio interviews and meetings

Andrew Haeg (2009)
GroundSource, a platform that helps newsrooms to connect with communities through text-message conversations

Marcus Herbert (2010)
BBC The Social, a social media stream, working with young digital creatives in Scotland to produce content targeted at underserved younger and minority audiences

Michelle Holmes (2012)
Creating an artist-in-residency 101: Why original, creative work deserves a place at the table at a time of major industry disruption

Sally Lehrman (1996)
The Trust Project, an initiative that explores how quality journalism can stand out from the chaotic crowd and signal its trustworthiness

Wilson Lievano (2013)
Possibilities of interactive video: What's in Cocaine?

Andrew Losowsky (2014)
The Coral Project, creating open-source tools and resources for publishers of all sizes to build better communities around their journalism

Michael Morisy (2015)
Muckrock, a non-profit collaborative news site that gives you the tools to keep government transparent and accountable

Anh-Hoà Truong (2015)
Interactive Storytelling for VR journalism, producing 360 videos with real interactivity: “choose your own VR news adventure”

Nuno Vargas (2013)
Migrant data project

Subbu Vincent (2016)
The civic radar screen, an initiative to help newsrooms and civic communities collaborate and track local public issues and proceedings

Ulrik Haagerup (1992)
Constructive news 


Moderators
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Sara Catania

Editor, Zócalo Public Square
Sara Catania is an editor at Zócalo Public Square, a non-profit that blends live events and humanities journalism in partnership with educational, cultural, and philanthropic institutions. Zócalo publishes original daily journalism syndicated to hundreds of media outlets worldwide. Sara welcomes pitches for ideas-based essays, image galleries, videos and data visualizations for Zócalo. Prior to Zócalo, Sara was West Coast editor at... Read More →
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Djordje Padejski

Impact Leader, John S. Knight Journalism Fellowships at Stanford
Djordje Padejski is the fellowship impact leader. He is an international award-winning investigative journalist, focused on technology innovations that could change journalism. Padejski founded projects (FOIA Machine, Veritza) that have received various types of support, from Kickstarter to grants from the Knight Foundation. In 2013, he was part of an ICIJ team of journalists that broke the Offshore Leaks investigation. He founded the Center... Read More →

Exhibitors
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Ana María Carrano

Voyz.es + Institutional Assets and Monuments of Venezuela
Ana María Carrano was a JSK fellow at Stanford in 2013-14 where she worked on Voyz.es, a platform that enables new ways of organizing audio content and disseminating stories.
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Ulrik Haagerup

Executive Director of News, Danish Broadcasting
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Andrew Haeg

Founder / CEO, GroundSource
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Marcus Herbert

Head of Digital, BBC Scotland
Marcus is responsible for digital innovation, social media and content discovery at BBC Scotland, as well as running other pan-BBC digital projects such as BBC Arts Online. He works closely with partners inside and outside the BBC to explore ways in which digital platforms can meet changing audience needs. His background is in traditional TV news and science documentaries, and confesses to sometimes concentrating on watching the TV when he... Read More →
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Michelle Holmes

VP Content, Al.Com
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Sally Lehrman

Director, The Trust Project
Sally leads the Trust Project, which is developing tools and technologies to make it easier for the public and news distribution platforms to find high-quality, trustworthy news. The Project is housed at the Markkula Center for Applied Ethics. As an independent journalist, Lehrman specializes in identity, race relations and gender within the context of medicine and science. Her byline credits include Scientific American, Health, Salon.com, The... Read More →
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Wilson Lievano

Animated Press
I'm a journalist/animator specialized in the productions of animated explainers. Currently I'm experimenting with interactive animations that offer multiple branching narratives to the viewer.
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Andrew Losowsky

Project Lead, The Coral Project, Mozilla Foundation
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Michael Morisy

Founder, MuckRock
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Nuno Vargas

Digital Strategist
Designer and Journalist,JSK Journalism Fellow @Stanford'13.
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Subramaniam Vincent

CEO, Citizen Matters and Oorvani Media
I go by 'Subbu Vincent'. I am working to help US local newsrooms systematically leverage open data and collaborate with civic communities in cities. My goal is to help newsrooms "track cities without watching" in the era of disrupted media, and deepen and diversify coverage on complex city topics. I am working on a civic radar screen (alerting and early warning system) application for cities, starting with San Francisco, with crowdsourcing for... Read More →


Friday July 8, 2016 2:00pm - 4:00pm
Bechtel Conference Center, Encina Hall, Stanford 616 Serra St, Stanford, CA 94305