#jstl2016 Conference Schedule

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Session One

Program Information - Session 1

Presenter(s)Session NameDescriptiontrackRoom Number
Dan MuellerGreat Editor=Strong LeaderEditorial LeadershipeditorsSver 111
Leah BlaseUmbrella Coverage with ModsYearbook CoverageyearbookSver 112
Tammy MerrettCandy is DandyCome learn how to determine what really IS news for your audience. Candy for the best answers!
newsSver 113
Jamie MowersThe Importance of Community NewspapersHyper Local Journalism/Community NewspapersnewsSver 114
Jill FalkMake yourself known--advice for student journalists on building their brandsBranding for Student JournalismoutreachSver 115
Dan KozlowskiThe First Amendment Applies to Students Also (sort of)First Amendment/Free SpeechlawSver 116
Mark ReardonKeeping it Creative---staying ahead of your competition.Radio/TV Entertainment ReportingbroadcastSver 123 (68)
Kyle Carterf/8 and be thereBeginning photographyphotographySver 118
Jack Zibluk (panel)Careers in JournalismCareer PanelallSver 101 (66)
Liz HalpinAdd Life to Your Yearbook: Examples from the ProsYearbook Design and CoverageyearbookSver 117
Aaron ManfullUsing Snapchat in your newsroomSnapchat, Social Mediasocial mediaWebh 330
Emily Jorgenen (Elllie Toler)Creating a Special Edition PaperControversial Topics in Student JournalismnewsSver 258
Emily Van de RietTaking it to the Next LevelCollege Level JournalismcollegeSver 210
Jane BannisterPodcasting 101PodcastingbroadcastSver 239
Erin MoeckelCollege PanelallWebh 405 (41)
Cathy FreyHazelwood Then and NowCensorship and Student JournalismlawWebh 323
Mark ScheirbeckerPhotography Is Not a Crime: Know Your RightsPhotography and the lawphotography/lawMoore (250)
Don CorriganReporting St. Louis Floods & Natural DisastersReporting On St. Louis recent floods and other natural disastersnewsWebh 402
Robert Bergland and Mitch EdenCensorship and student journalismlawWebh 322
Frank LoMonteKeynote follow-upQ and A about the keynote presentationlawSver 120

Session Two

Program Information - Session 2

Presenter(s)Session NameDescriptionTrackRoom Number
Tammy MerrettFinding feature stories is easy... Really.Finding Feature StoriesnewsSver 113
Jamie MowersThe Importance of Community NewspapersHyper Local Journalism/Community NewspapersnewsSver 114
Lisa EisenhauerAsk Me AnythingEffective InterviewingallSver 115
Liz BardinPhotoshop Tricks and TipsPhotoshopphotographySver 116
Mark ReardonKeeping it Creative---staying ahead of your competition.Radio/TV Entertainment ReportingbroadcastSver 112
Kyle CarterStepping up your Sports PhotographySports PhotographyphotographySver 118
Jack ZiblukFrom null to narrative: sequencing photos and videos to tell a story.multimedia storytellingbroadcastSver 101
Alyssa MosesPhotography 101: Tips and Tricks from a Pro Sports PhotographerPhotography basics for the beginning photographerphotographySver 117
Elizabeth DonaldNew Skills for a New MillenniumStudents need different skills to land a job in the new millennium than they did even ten years ago. Learn about the ways the profession has changed and the training and preparation you need for that first job and your new career.careersSver 123
Cathy FreyHazelwood Then and NowCensorship and Student JournalismlawWebh 323
Robert BerglandCure Hazelwood! The Cronkite New Voices ActCensorship and Student JournalismlawMoore
Beth O'Malley?Old Newsboys Day: Coverage of children's charitiesOld Newsboys DaynewsSver 210
Geoffrey Woehlk?Citizenship Journalism: Balancing Ethics with the Big StoryBalancing the needs of telling "the big story" with the consequences for those affected by it.newsSver 239
Robert DurhamTurning Students into Authorse-publishingallSver 258
Lawrence Baden(working on title)Story StructurenewsSver 111
JB ForbesMaking a Difference Through PhotojournalismPhotojournalismphotographyWebh 405
Bill BarrettWhy study photojournalism when everyone has a phone?We know that everyone has a camera in their phone. Is that enough? This session considers what the actual study of photojournalism can add a student’s toolkit.photographyWebh 402
Frank LoMonteCopy It Right: Safely Re-Using Online MaterialCopyright and fair uselawSver 120

Session Three

Program Information - Session 3

Presenter(s)Session NameDescriptionTrackRoom Number
Tammy MerrettFinding Feature Stories is easy...reallyFinding Feature StoriesnewsSver 113 (24)
Lisa EisenhauerAsk Me AnythingEffective InterviewingallSver 115 (24)
Jeff BurtonWhat it takes to have the #1 morning show in St LouisRadiobroadcastSver 123 (68)
Leah BlaseUmbrella Coverage with ModsYearbook CoverageyearbookSver 112
Jack ZiblukEvery picture tells a story: how to make your photos tell a storyPhotographyphotographySver 101 (66)
Dan MuellerGreat Editor=Strong LeaderEditorial LeadershipeditorsWebh 322
Elizabeth DonaldRules of the Road: Ethics in the New NewsroomEthics isn't a dusty academic debate; it's more vital than ever in the changing news landscape to create ethical codes that guide our work and our behavior and ensure quality, balanced news. allWebh 405 (41)
Sarah HolmesCrunch Time: Editing Sports Stories on DeadlineEditingeditorsWebh 323 (30)
Cathy FreyHazelwood Then and NowCensorship and Student JournalismlawMoore (200)
Beth O'Malley?Old Newsboys Day: Coverage of children's charitiesOld Newsboys DaynewsSver 210 (24)
Geoffrey Woehlk?Citizenship Journalism: Balancing Ethics with the Big StoryBalancing the needs of telling "the big story" with the consequences for those affected by it.ethicsSver 239 (26)
Robert DurhamTurning Students into AuthorsE-publishing and BloggingallSver 258 (24)
Mitch EdenThe Heart of Storytelling: Reporting, Interviewing & WritingWriting and ReportingnewsSver 114 (24)
JB ForbesMaking a Difference Through PhotojournalismPhotojournalismphotographyWebh 405 (41)
Lawrence Baden(He is working on title)Story StructurenewsSver 111 (24)
Bill BarretWhy study photojournalism when everyone has a phone?We know that everyone has a camera in their phone. Is that enough? This session considers what the actual study of photojournalism can add a student’s toolkit.photographyWebh 402 (30)
Mark ScheirbeckerPhotography Is Not a Crime: Know Your RightsPhotography and the lawphotographyWebh 330 (28)
Lora WegmanHow to be an editor other staffers will love (instead of love to hate)Editorial LeadershipeditorsSver 112 (24)
Frank LoMonteCopy It Right: Safely Re-Using Online MaterialCopyright and fair uselawSver 120 (24)
Janie Bannisterpodcasting 101Webh 324
Liz HalpinAdd Life to Your Yearbook: Examples from the ProsYearbook DesignyearbookSver 118
Alyssa MosesIn a Flash - Sports Photography for the seasoned photographerSports PhotographyphotographySver 117