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Saturday, October 29 • 2:45pm - 3:45pm
The Art of Storytelling: Covering the Mass Shootings

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It seems that in these times, all newsrooms must be prepared to cover high-profile shootings — whether they are in the workplace or at a nightclub, or of African-Americans whose deaths at the hands of police officers are captured via social media. This panel will address questions like: What must journalists keep in mind when such tragedies happen in their communities, or when they are sent in to cover such shootings? How can the "media" as a whole improve its coverage? What are best practices to using user-generated content and social media when such news breaks, and in the days following? What data sets are out there that could provide nuanced context as news develops?

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Speakers
avatar for Mary C. Curtis

Mary C. Curtis

Political Columnist, Roll Call and NBCBLK
Mary C. Curtis, columnist at Roll Call, is an award-winning journalist, trainer and speaker. She has contributed to NPR, NBCBLK, The Washington Post “She the People,” ESPN’s The Undefeated, The Root, Women’s Media Center, MSNBC, BBC, and talks politics on WCCB-TV in Charlotte, N.C. She covered the 2008, 2012 and 2016 presidential campaigns, and was national correspondent for AOL’s Politics Daily, covering events such... Read More →
avatar for Arelis Hernandez

Arelis Hernandez

Washington Post
Arelis Hernandez is a local political reporter for The Washington Post covering her home county of Prince George's. She has covered major national stories including the Orlando nightclub massacre and activism in the wake of Michael Brown’s shooting death and was among a team of reporters in Baltimore covering the unrest in the city after the death of Freddie Gray. She worked previously for The Orlando Sentinel, where she... Read More →
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Marina Trahan Martinez

Watchdog Team, The Dallas Morning News
As half of the Dallas Morning News Watchdog team, Marina Trahan Martinez investigates, reports, researches and analyzes everything they publish in print, digitally and in NBC broadcasts. She and Dave Lieber learn and share the latest information, tips and tools to win at a life riddled with scammers, corporate sharks and double-talking government officials. She served the public at community papers, the Freedom of Information Foundation of... Read More →
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Tracie Powell

Founder, AllDigitocracy.org
Tracie Powell is the founder of AllDigitocracy.org, which is focused on the media and its impact on diverse communities. She is also a Senior Fellow with the Democracy Fund and a 2016 JSK (Knight) Fellow at Stanford University where she researched how techniques used in online advertising to reach specific customers could be used by newsrooms to reach specific news consumers and to grow audience. She's written regularly for the Columbia... Read More →
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Marina Villeneuve

Reporter, Associated Press
Marina Villeneuve is happily back in Maine, this time covering state government in Augusta for The Associated Press. Excited to return to CAMP to soak up inspiration from JAWdesses. She’s an alumna of Chips Quinn Scholars Program, NYT Student Journalism Institute and awesome IRE boot camps and fellowships. Looking to speak to current/former state government reporters about carving out beats and interesting FOIA ideas.


Saturday October 29, 2016 2:45pm - 3:45pm
Roanoke Ballroom F

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