Want to learn more about the next generation of tech journalism? Join us for The Future of Smart Tech at 10:30 AM Monday in Crystal City.
Tech writing offers practical wisdom of the day for your day-to-day digital life. For instance, Facebook-based feedback on a gadget like a phone or laptop can help you understand it better. But in the same vein, listening to one of many well-written tech comments you read could help your own learning.
In The Future of Smart Tech, we’ll discuss the latest trends in tech journalism, and find out where it’s headed.
Want to learn more about the next generation of tech journalism? Join us for The Future of Smart Tech at 10:30 AM Monday in Crystal City. RSVP here.
We’ll also discuss the role of technology in the media industry, examine the landscape of New York media, find out why millennials get more points for a hard-hitting story than seasoned journalists, and understand the next frontier of access to meaningful information online. Plus, we’ll talk about practical life hacks for journalists and how every story can be a tech-generated social media movement.
Paul Farhi of the Washington Post
Jeremy Gillula of NPR
Leah Finnegan of BuzzFeed
Ben Jacobs of Vox
Kim Foscato of Digiday
Guillermo Leon of Buzzfeed
Matt McDermott of the Monitor
Cathy O’Neil of Campus News Today
Jeff Sonderman of Poynter
Katie Zezima of The New York Times
Cyrus Farivar of ProPublica
Media and Tech Roundtable
Tickets are $45, and are limited. To RSVP, click here. Email [email protected] if you have any questions.