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Saturday, October 29 • 1:30pm - 2:30pm
Lessons Learned from Covering the 2016 Campaign

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This panel of veteran political and campaign reporters will discuss what journalists can take away from the historic 2016 elections from the presidential level on down. It's been an unusual — at best — year for reporters on the campaign trail, and the panelists will discuss more than war stories. They'll talk about what this election means for the news industry, for women and for Americans overall.

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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 Sandra Fish

Sandra Fish

Data Journalist, New Mexico In Depth
Sandra Fish is a data journalist for New Mexico In Depth, specializing in politics. She taught journalism at the University of Colorado for eight years and worked as a reporter and editor at newspapers in Iowa, Florida and Colorado. Her work has appeared in Politics Daily, The Washington Post, Al Jazeera America, Colorado Public Radio and elsewhere. Fish is president of JAWS.
avatar for Meg Heckman

Meg Heckman

Lecturer, University of New Hampshire
Meg Heckman is a lecturer at the University of New Hampshire, teaching classes on reporting, editing, digital storytelling and media entrepreneurship. Her work has appeared in The Columbia Journalism Review, The Boston Globe, Editor & Publisher, USA Today and other publications. She contributed chapters to “A Practical Guide to Digital Journalism Ethics” and, along with Mike Pride, co-authored “We Went to War: New... Read More →
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Angela Greiling Keane

Deputy Tech Editor, Politico
Angela Greiling Keane is the deputy tech editor for Politico. Previously she was the White House Correspondent for Bloomberg, covering breaking news from around the world and business-focused enterprise. Angela has covered the White House, politics, regulation, autos, rail, Washington's lobbying industry and the Postal Service. Angela was the 2013 National Press Club president, where she focused on press freedom issues and served as the primary... Read More →
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Kathy Kiely

Commissioning Editor, Bill Moyers
Kathy Kiely, a journalist and journalism teacher in Washington D.C., currently works as the commissioning editor for BillMoyers.com. A journalist for nearly 40 years, she has worked for a number of regional and national publications covering politics and the U.S. Congress. She has covered every presidential campaign since 1980. Kathy, who obtained a master's degree in interactive journalism from American University in 2008, has also served as... Read More →


Saturday October 29, 2016 1:30pm - 2:30pm
Roanoke Ballroom A

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