• Mark Glaser

    Mark Glaser is founder, publisher and executive editor of MediaShift and Idea Lab. He contributes regularly to Digital Content Next’s InContext site and newsletter. Glaser is a longtime freelance journalist whose career includes columns on hip-hop, reviews of videogames, travel stories, and humor columns that poked fun at the titans of technology. From 2001 to 2005, he wrote a weekly column for USC Annenberg School of Communication's Online Journalism Review. Glaser has written essays for Harvard's Nieman Reports and the website for the Yale Center for Globalization. Glaser has written columns on the Internet and technology for the Los Angeles Times, CNET and HotWired, and has written features for the New York Times, Conde Nast Traveler, Entertainment Weekly, the San Jose Mercury News, and many other publications. He was the lead writer for the Industry Standard's award-winning "Media Grok" daily email newsletter during the dot-com heyday, and was named a finalist for a 2004 Online Journalism Award in the Online Commentary category for his OJR column. Glaser won the Innovation Journalism Award in 2010 from the Stanford Center for Innovation and Communication. Glaser received a Bachelor of Journalism and Bachelor of Arts in English at the University of Missouri at Columbia, and currently lives in San Francisco with his wife Renee and his two sons, Julian and Everett. Glaser has been a guest on PBS' "Newshour," NPR's "Talk of the Nation," KALW's "Media Roundtable" and TechTV's "Silicon Spin." He has given keynote speeches at Independent Television Service's (ITVS) Diversity Retreat and the College Media Assocation's national convention. He has been part of the lecture/concert series at Yale Law School and Arkansas State University, and has moderated many industry panels. He spoke in May 2013 to the Maui Business Brainstormers about the "Digital Media Revolution." To inquire about speaking opportunities, please use the site's Contact Form.
  • Courtney Lowery Cowgill

    Courtney Lowery Cowgill is a writer, editor, teacher and farmer. As an editor, she works as the managing editor of MediaShift. As a teacher, she's an adjunct professor at the University of Montana School of Journalism, specializing in feature writing, legislative coverage, rural journalism and online journalism. Formerly, she was the editor in chief of the online magazine NewWest.Net, which she co-founded and before that, worked as a newswoman for the Associated Press. When she’s not writing or editing, she’s helping her husband wrangle 150 heritage turkeys, 30 acres of food, overgrown weeds or their young children.
  • Dorian Benkoil

    An award-winning former managing editor at ABCNews.com and an MBA (with honors), Dorian Benkoil handled marketing and sales strategies for MediaShift, and is the business columnist for the site. He is SVP at Teeming Media, a strategic media consultancy focused on attracting, engaging, and activating communities through digital media. He tweets at @dbenk and you can Circle him on Google+.
  • aalexander

  • Anika Anand

  • Angela Antony

  • AJ Ashton

  • Amanda Atwood

  • Alex Barth

  • Ann Brill

  • Ardyth Broadrick Sohn

  • Ana Maria Carrano

  • Aleksandra Chojnacka

  • PBS Web Tech

  • Andrew Donohue

  • Adriano Farano

  • Amy Gahran

    Amy Gahran is a journalist, editor, trainer, entrepreneur, strategist, and media consultant based in Boulder, Colorado. In addition to writing articles and doing educational programming for KDMC@USC, she also covers mobile technology for CNN.com and Entrepreneur.com, and was a cofounder of the hyperlocal news site OaklandLocal.com. In 2006 she won a Knight News Challenge awarded for the Boulder Carbon Tax Tracker project. Her blog is "Contentious.com":http://contentious.com. Twitter: "@agahran":http://twitter.com/agahran
  • A. Adam Glenn

    A. Adam Glenn is associate professor, interactive, at the CUNY Graduate School of Journalism, and a longtime digital journalist and media consultant. Connect with him on Facebook or LinkedIn, and follow his Twitter feed. This monthly column draws liberally from conversations about digital journalism teaching practices on the online educators Facebook group of the Online News Association. The ONA Facebook group is currently a closed group but you can view ongoing conversations (see our group Q&A tracker), or join in via ONA membership.
  • Alvaro Graves

  • Andrew Grice

  • Adam Griffith

  • Anne-Ryan Heatwole

  • Amanda Hickman

  • Adrian Holovaty

  • Adam Klawonn

  • Andrius Kulikauskas

  • Andrew Lewman

  • Aine McGuire

  • Amy O'Donnell

  • Andrew Haeg

  • Ari Olmos

  • Anushka Patil

  • Anthony Pesce

  • Aron Pilhofer

  • Angela Powers

  • Aaron Presnall

  • Amy Baroch

  • Abby Reimer

  • Alexa Schirtzinger

  • Aaditeshwar Seth

  • Amy Saunderson-Meyer

  • Anu Sridharan

  • Adam Thomas

  • Andrew Whitacre

  • Alexander Zolotarev

  • Bonnie Bogle

  • Brian Boyer

  • Balachandran Chandrasekharan

  • Bev Clark

  • Brad Flora

  • Ben Ilfeld

  • Brenda Lynne Burrell

  • Brein McNamara

  • Benjamin Melançon

  • Brian Moritz

  • Bryan Nunez

  • Barrett Pitner

  • Bruno Sanchez-Andrade Nuño

    Bruno is the Chief Scientist at MapBox. He is a key part of the Satellite team with Chris and Charlie and plays a major role on our big data projects across the company. Bruno has a PhD in Astrophysics from the Max Planck Research School. He has worked with NASA satellites and space rockets at the U.S. Naval Research Laboratory, and on Science and Technology Policy at the National Academies.
  • Bobby Schweizer

  • Bailey Smith

  • Christopher Callahan

  • Concha Catalan

  • Camille Crittenden

    Camille Crittenden is Deputy Director of CITRIS (Center for Information Technology Research in the Interest of Society), based at UC Berkeley, where she also directs the Data and Democracy Initiative. Prior to this appointment, she served as Executive Director of the Human Rights Center at Berkeley Law, where she was responsible for overall administration of the Center, including fundraising, communications, and outreach, and developed its program in human rights, technology, and new media. She held previous positions as Assistant Dean for Development in the division of International and Area Studies at UC Berkeley and in development and public relations at University of California Press and San Francisco Opera. She holds a Ph.D. from Duke University.
  • Corey Ford

  • Cheney Gardner

  • Christopher Groskopf

  • Chris Herwig

  • Corbin Hiar

    "Corbin Hiar":http://corbinhiar.wordpress.com/ is the DC-based associate editor at MediaShift and climate blogger for UN Dispatch and the Huffington Post. He is a regular contributor to More Intelligent Life, an online arts and culture publication of the Economist Group, and has also written about environmental issues on Economist.com and the website of The New Republic. Before Corbin moved to the Capital to join the Ben Bagdikian Fellowship Program at Mother Jones, he worked a web internship at The Nation in New York City. Follow him on Twitter "@CorbinHiar":http://twitter.com/corbinhiar.
  • CJ Cornell

  • Corinne Jurney

  • Courtni Kopietz

    Courtni is a graduate student at UNC where she is studying medical and science journalism. Her interests include promoting health news, reporting on scientific advancements and informing the public via the mass media.
  • Courtney Lowery Cowgill

    Courtney Lowery Cowgill is a writer, editor, teacher and farmer. As an editor, she works as the managing editor of MediaShift. As a teacher, she's an adjunct professor at the University of Montana School of Journalism, specializing in feature writing, legislative coverage, rural journalism and online journalism. Formerly, she was the editor in chief of the online magazine NewWest.Net, which she co-founded and before that, worked as a newswoman for the Associated Press. When she’s not writing or editing, she’s helping her husband wrangle 150 heritage turkeys, 30 acres of food, overgrown weeds or their young children.
  • Chris O'Brien

    Chris O'Brien is a business reporter at the San Jose Mercury News where he has covered Silicon Valley since 1999. Previously, he was a staff writer at The News & Observer of Raleigh, N.C., for seven years. He graduated from Duke University in 1991, and was an editor at the student-run, independent daily newspaper, The Chronicle.
  • Caitria O’Neill

  • Cordelia Hebblethwaite

  • Chris Peterson

  • Corinne Ramey

  • Carolina Sandoval

  • Cody Shotwell

  • Christopher Csikszentmihályi

  • Craig Silverman

    Craig Silverman is an award-winning journalist and author. A weekly columnist for Columbia Journalism Review, his writing has appeared in the New York Times, Globe And Mail, Montreal Gazette, Toronto Star, Harvard’s Nieman Reports and Editor & Publisher online, among other publications. He is the founder and editor of Regret The Error, a website that reports on media accuracy, errors and corrections, and the author of "Regret the Error: How Media Mistakes Pollute the Press and Imperil Free Speech," which won the Arthur Rowse Award for Press Criticism from the National Press Club. Based in Montreal, his personal site is CraigSilverman.ca.
  • Chris Sopher

  • Christina Xu

  • Daniel X. O'Neil

  • Dan Pacheco

    Dan Pacheco is the Chair of Journalism Innovation at the S.I. Newhouse School. He worked at Washingtonpost.com as one of the first online producers in 1996, and on Digital Ink, The Washington Post's first online service before the introduction of the consumer Internet.
  • Dan Archer

  • David Ardia

  • Dorian Benkoil

    An award-winning former managing editor at ABCNews.com and an MBA (with honors), Dorian Benkoil handled marketing and sales strategies for MediaShift, and is the business columnist for the site. He is SVP at Teeming Media, a strategic media consultancy focused on attracting, engaging, and activating communities through digital media. He tweets at @dbenk and you can Circle him on Google+.
  • Denise Cheng

  • David Cole

  • Desiree Everts

    Desiree Everts is the associate editor for Idea Lab and PBS MediaShift. She's dabbled in digital media for the past decade including stints at CNET News and Wired magazine. When she's not editing, you can find her exploring the nearby redwoods and running after her chickens and her own brood.
  • Dan Gillmor

  • David Gurman

  • David Cohn

    David Cohn has written for Wired, Seed, Columbia Journalism Review and The New York Times among other publications. While working toward his master’s degree at Columbia University’s Graduate School of Journalism, Cohn worked with Jay Rosen as editor of the groundbreaking Newassignment.net in 2006. Cohn also worked with Jeff Jarvis from Buzzmachine.com to organize the first Networked Journalism Summits. Most recently he is the founding editor of Circa. He was the founder and director of Spot.Us, a nonprofit that is pioneering “community funded reporting.” In academics he has been a lecturer at UC Berkeley’s journalism school and was a fellow at the University of Missouri’s Journalism school at the Reynolds Journalism Institute. He has been a contributing editor at NewsTrust.net, a founding editor of Broowaha and an advisor to many new media projects from OffTheBus.net and Beatblogging.org to The Public Press. He is a frequent speaker on topics related to new media and beyond.
  • David Johnson

    David Johnson is a full-time professor of journalism at the American University School of Communication. He teaches courses in digital journalism, interactive storytelling and convergence media. His research interests include social networking and media, behavioral economics and serious games. He is the editor-in-chief of The American Observer, the school's online magazine. Johnson has been creating award-winning online content since the first graphical browsers were introduced in the early 1990s. Before coming to AU, he was chief technology officer of Scripps Media Center in Washington DC, home to Scripps Howard News Service. He is a founding member of the Media Bloggers Association and has blogged on the media at lostremote.com since 1999 and is now a contributor to the Poynter Institute's E-Media Tidbits blog. Johnson sits on the New Media Committee and Broadcasting Task Force at the National Press Club and consults frequently on niche and community site development.
  • David Kobia

  • Dianne Lynch

  • Dori J. Maynard

  • David McCreath

  • Dan Pacheco

  • Djordje Padejski

  • Dharmishta Rood

  • David Sarno

  • David Sasaki

  • Dan Schultz

    Dan Schultz graduated from Carnegie Mellon University in 2009 with a BS in Information Systems and minors in Computer Science and Mathematical Sciences. He won the Knight News Challenge in 2007, an opportunity that has given him a unique perspective as a young technologist. He has been developing digital community systems for almost a decade, and has worked for The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, CMU, Vanguard, and Colorquick LLC. He has been trained as a system and interface designer, programmer, and project manager and looks forward to taking on some of the creative challenges that lie ahead for this field.
  • Drew Engelson

  • Davis Shaver

    Davis Shaver is the founder and publisher of "Onward State":http://onwardstate.com/, an online news organization at Penn State. He studies history and the intersection of science, technology, and society.
  • Dan Sinker

  • Eric Gundersen

  • Emily Harris

    Emily Harris is editorial director of the "Journalism Accelerator":http://www.journalismaccelerator.com/, a website designed to help journalism find more financial sustainability. She comes from public broadcasting; Harris reported for "National Public Radio":http://www.npr.org/ from Europe, Afghanistan, Iraq and Washington, D.C., and shared in NPR's 2005 "Peabody Award":http://www.peabody.uga.edu/ for coverage of Iraq. She has produced and reported for many radio and television programs, including Marketplace, NOW with Bill Moyers, Which Way, LA? and Fox News. She spent a year at Stanford as a "Knight Journalism Fellow":http://knight.stanford.edu/ and helped launch and hosted the award-winning public affairs program "Think Out Loud:http://www.opb.org/thinkoutloud/ on Oregon Public Broadcasting.
  • Erik Hersman

  • Ellen Hume

  • Eliza Kern

  • Erica Malouf

  • Een Irawan Putra

  • Eric Rodenbeck

  • Ela Stapley

  • etejeda

    Eddie is co-founder of Civic Insight, where he lends his experience bringing modern technologies and practices to civic institutions. Previously, Eddie was a 2012 Code for America fellow and was one of the creators of BlightStatus for the City of New Orleans. Before Code for America, he co-founded a web consulting company and led independent, open-source projects that are currently used by universities, governments and libraries across the country. Eddie is engaged in his home city of Oakland, where he is the Co-Founder of OpenOakland, and serves on the Public Ethics Commission overseeing government transparency.
  • Eric Umansky

  • Eric Westervelt

  • Emily Wright

  • Fabio Berzaghi

  • Fannie Cohen

  • Felipe Heusser

  • Francis Irving

  • Florence Scialom

  • Guy Berger

  • Gabriel Berrios

  • Geoff Dougherty

  • G. Patton Hughes

  • Gail Robinson

  • Gabriel Sama

  • Harry Dugmore

  • Heather Ford

  • Henry Jenkins

  • Heather Leson

  • Hetali Lodaya

    Hetali Lodaya is a senior at UNC-Chapel Hill studying chemistry and public policy. She reported for the STEMwire project at Reese News Lab, working to create conversation about STEM education and teachers in the US. She enjoys interdisciplinary work, believing that bridging fields such as science, policy, journalism and business is key to sustainable progress in any one area, and tweets from @HetaliLodaya.
  • Heather Martino

  • Ian Bogost

  • Ian Cairns

  • Idealab Admin

  • Idealab Guest

  • Irit Reinheimer

  • Ian V. Rowe

  • Jeremy Ashkenas

  • John Athayde

  • Jason Barnett

    Jason Barnett is the co-founder and executive director of The UpTake, a national, nonprofit, online video newsgathering and broadcasting organization dedicated to transparency in democracy through truth in reporting. Based in Saint Paul, Minnesota, The UpTake was founded in 2007 to webcast live political events, cover community-based social justice movements, provide civic engagement and offer citizen journalist training to any who want it. The UpTake won recognition for its coverage of the 2008 Republican National Convention in Saint Paul, and of the months-long 2008-2009 recount and trial in the Norm Coleman/Al Franken U.S. Senate race. The UpTake has also watchdogged thousands of hours of the Minnesota Legislature, providing more live coverage than any other media outlet, including public television stations. The UpTake has won three coveted Page One Awards from the Minnesota chapter of the Society of Professional Journalists and in 2008 was recognized as a Top 10 website by the Center for Public Integrity. A longtime professional sculptor, Barnett lives in Saint Paul with his wife and two kids.
  • John Barth

  • John Berryman

    John Berryman is dedicated to software development at OpenSource Connections with a focus on enterprise search and search UI/UX.
  • Joe Boydston

  • Jane Briggs-Bunting

  • James Burns

  • Jessica Clark

    Jessica Clark directs the Future of Public Media project at American University's Center for Social Media. There, she conducts and commissions research on media for public knowledge and action, and organizes related events like the Beyond Broadcast conference. She is also the co-author of the forthcoming book, "Beyond the Echo Chamber: Reshaping Politics Through Networked Progressive Media," due out from the New Press in December 2009.
  • John Davidow

  • JD Lasica

    JD Lasica’s career has spanned journalism (11 years as an editor at the Sacramento Bee), the tech world (several years in management at Silicon Valley startups) and social media marketing (he founded the social media consultancies Socialmedia.biz and Socialbrite). He’s now co-founder and CEO of Cruiseable, a travel tech startup.
  • John Ewing

  • J. Félix Ontañón Carmona

    J. Félix Ontañón Carmona, Computer Engineer and Digital Citizenship ICT consultant, is a member of OKFN-sp and co-founder of the citizen group OpenKratio (formerly Open Data Sevilla), both citizen organizations advocating for spreading the principles of #opengovernment, #openculture and #opendata at Spain. In these groups he has helped some 12 universities to open and visualize their economic data and participated with contributions to the future Transparency's and Citizenship Participation's regional laws for Andalusia. OpenKratio is the organization between Open Data Sevilla, an annual national summit about #opendata and #opengovernment. As a free software lover, he was involved with GNOME OpenSource Desktop Project and still maintains some projects as Wiican and Udev-discover.
  • Jesse James Garrett

  • Joe Germuska

  • Joanna Kao

  • jmahoney

    Joel Mahoney is a civic technologist and serial entrepreneur. He was an inaugural fellow at Code for America, and served as a technical advisor to the organization. Before Code for America, Joel founded several startups, including an online travel site, a genetics visualization tool, and an m-health platform for diabetics. His work has been featured in the Washington Post, the Boston Globe, and the New York Times. When not in front of a computer, Joel is an avid skier and mountaineer.
  • Jessica Mayberry

  • Justin Miller

  • Joe Michaud

  • Jordan Hirsch

  • Jeanne Pinder

  • Jay Rosen

    Jay Rosen teaches journalism at New York University, where he has been on the faculty since 1986. From 1999 to 2005 he was department chair. Rosen is the author of "PressThink":http://pressthink.org/, a weblog about journalism issues that launched in September 2003. In June 2005, PressThink won the Reporters Without Borders 2005 Freedom Blog award for outstanding defense of free expression. He also blogs at the Huffington Post. In July 2006 he announced the debut of "NewAssignment.net":http://www.newassignment.net/, his experimental site for pro-am, open source reporting projects. His book about the rise of the civic journalism movement, "What Are Journalists For?" was published in 1999 by Yale University Press. He lives in New York City.
  • Juliana Rotich

  • Jordan Salinger

  • Jeff Schenck

  • Joel Selanikio

  • Jesse Shapins

  • Jake Shapiro

  • Joe Spurr

  • Josh Stearns

    Josh directs the Geraldine R. Dodge Foundation’s journalism sustainability project, designed to develop new structures and strategies to support a robust future of news. Prior to joining the Dodge staff, Josh spent 7 years running national advocacy campaigns in support of freedom of expression and media diversity. Most recently he served as Press Freedom Director at Free Press, a national nonprofit fighting for all people’s rights to connect and communicate. Josh is an award winning journalist and the author of numerous reports on local news, public media and media policy. His articles have appeared online at the Columbia Journalism Review, PBS MediaShift, Orion Magazine and BoingBoing. He is a founding board member of the Freedom of the Press Foundation and served for almost 10 years on the board of the Student Conservation Association. Find him on Twitter at "@jcstearns":http://twitter.com/jcstearns.
  • Jonathan Stray

  • Joel Sucherman

  • Jamison Taffel

  • Jon Vidar

  • Jarrel Wade

  • Jeffrey Warren

    The creator of "GrassrootsMapping.org":http://grassrootsmapping.org/, Jeff Warren designs mapping tools, visual programming environments, and flies balloons and kites as a fellow in the Center for Future Civic Media, and as a student at the MIT Media Lab’s Design Ecology group, where he created the vector-mapping framework Cartagen. He co-founded Vestal Design, a graphic/interaction design firm in 2004, and directed the Cut&Paste Labs project, a year-long series of workshops on open source tools and web design in 2006-7 with Lima designer Diego Rotalde. He is a co-founder of Portland-based "Paydici.com":https://www.paydici.com/.
  • Jennifer Woodard Maderazo

  • Jenny Xie

    Jenny Xie is the PBS MediaShift editorial intern. Jenny is a senior at Massachusetts Institute of Technology studying architecture and management. She is a digital-media junkie fascinated by the intersection of media, design, and technology. Jenny can be found "blogging":http://mitadmissions.org/blogs/author/linxie for MIT Admissions, tweeting "@canonind":https://twitter.com/canonind, and sharing her latest work and interests "here":http://www.linjennyxie.com/.
  • Jesse Young

    Jesse Young is the founder of Fernando French Publishing, a small publishing imprint based in Berkeley. They will publish their first novel, Isn't It Pretty To Think So?, in early 2012. Jesse studied engineering at UC Berkeley and journalism at Northwestern University.
  • Ken Banks

  • Kathleen Hansen

  • Kerri Hoffman

  • JSK

  • Knight Lab

  • Kara Oehler

  • Karen Reilly

  • Kristofs Blaus

  • Kimberly Sultze

  • Katrin Verclas

    Katrin Verclas is a mobile industry analyst with a focus on how mobile phones are used for social impact. She is the co-founder of MobileActive.org, a global network of practitioners and technologists exploring the use of mobile phones for social change.
  • Kim Wilson

  • Leslie Ann Blake

  • Liz Barry

  • Lindsay Beck

  • Lucy Chambers

  • Lisa Evans

  • Lisa Gardner

  • Laura Walker Hudson

  • Lilly Knoepp

  • Liz Nord

  • Lincoln Pennington

    Lincoln Pennington is a freshman in the journalism school at UNC Chapel Hill with a second major in political science. He works as a staffer for reesenews.org and tweets from @Lincoln_Ross. He is a politics junkie interested in the future of the media and hopes to work in D.C. upon graduation in 2016.
  • Leif Percifield

  • Latoya Peterson

  • Leslie Rule

  • Lisa Williams

  • Mari

  • Melissa Chan

  • Masood Farivar

  • Matt Farwell

  • Mark Follman

  • Matthew Gelfand

    Matthew Gelfand is a Jersey native and Medill graduate student with interests in magazine layout and front-end design. Previously at Urban Daddy, The Improper Bostonian, Circus Media.
  • Michelle Holmes

  • Mark Horvit

  • Mike Ivanov

  • Martin Keegan

  • Misha Leybovich

  • Mary Lou Fulton

  • Mathew Lippincott

  • Michael Mateas

  • Martin Moore

    Martin Moore is the director of the Media Standards Trust, a nonprofit organization that aims to foster high quality journalism. He has been working in news and media for more than a decade, including for the BBC, Channel 4, NTL, IPC Media, Trinity Mirror and others. Moore studied history at Cambridge and holds a doctorate from the London School of Economics, where he was teaching and researching until summer 2006.
  • Mathew Morgan

    Mat Morgan is the founder of ShoutAbout, a free tool for news sites and blogs that takes advantage of the media spotlight to empower non-profits, campaigns and movements. After reading news or commentary, anyone may add, vote on or follow a link to do something constructive. Sites like PBS NewsHour have used ShoutAbout to drive reader engagement, encourage sharing, and measure the social value of their news. Mat is currently on a leave of absence from the Harvard Kennedy School. In the past, he has served as a policy adviser to former Somali Prime Minister Mohamed Abdullahi Farmajo; worked as a spokesperson for American Red Cross responses and programs in Latin America and the Caribbean; and produced several "Band Together" benefit albums for national charities.
  • Michael Morisy

  • Miranda Mulligan

  • Mohamed Nanabhay

  • Molly de Aguiar

  • Miguel Paz

  • Mitchel Resnick

  • Margaret Rosas

  • Mike Rosen-Molina

  • Marcis Rubenis

  • Matt Stempeck

    Matt's a Research Assistant at the Center for Civic Media at the MIT Media Lab. He has spent his career at the intersection of technology and social change, mostly in Washington, D.C. He has advised numerous non-profits, startups, and socially responsible businesses on online strategy. Matt's interested in location, games, online tools, and other fun things. He's on Twitter @mstem.
  • Michael Stoll

  • Mark Surman

  • Matt Thompson

  • Melissa Ulbricht

  • Michael Wood-Lewis

  • Nadav Aharony

  • J. Nathan Matias

    Nathan develops technologies for media analytics, community information, and creative learning at the MIT Center for Civic Media, where he is a Research Assistant. Before MIT, Nathan worked in UK startups, developing technologies used by millions of people worldwide. He also helped start the Ministry of Stories, a creative writing center in East London. Nathan was a Davies-Jackson Scholar at the University of Cambridge from 2006-2008.
  • Nonny de la Peña

  • Nicola Hughes

  • Nathaniel James

  • Nora Paul

  • Nate Smith

  • Ory Okolloh

  • Paige Cooperstein

    Paige Cooperstein is a MediaShift intern. She freelances as a culture reporter and has her master’s in arts journalism from the S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications at Syracuse University. Paige has interned in New York City with Vanity Fair, and is fresh off covering the School of Art at Chautauqua Institution in Western New York. While not working, Paige holes herself up to watch marathon amounts of TV. She streamed seven years of Buffy the Vampire Slayer in two months.
  • Paul Goodman

  • Paul Grabowicz

  • Phil Hill

  • Phillip Smith

    Phillip Smith is a veteran digital publishing consultant. For more than a decade and a half he has provided expert advice and hands-on help to innovative and progressive publishers around the globe. His focus is the field of "news innovation:" the rapidly changing technologies and ideas that are shaping how users interact with journalism online. His experience extends to daily online news operations, weekly & monthly news magazines, and forward-thinking book publishers, for example High Country News, Global News, Grist.org, Mother Jones, New Internationalist, OR Books, Rabble, and the award-winning daily online news site, The Tyee. In addition to shepherding the Knight-Mozilla partnership into existence in 2010, Phillip has co-founded the Toronto chapters of Hacks/Hackers and The Awesome Foundation. In his spare time, he tinkers with Perl and JavaScript.
  • Pooja Kodavanti

  • Peter Koht

    Peter Koht is a civics nerd. An experienced economic development professional, most recently Peter worked for the City of Santa Cruz. Peter worked on a number of issues at the City, from leading a regional broadband policy group to opening up City data to spearheading policy initiatives that lowered administrative barriers to job creation. Previous to his public sector role, he worked in technology and media. When not working, Peter runs trails and surfs.
  • Paul Lamb

  • Pam McAllister-Johnson

  • Philip Neustrom

  • Paromita Pain

    Paromita Pain, a recent graduate from the Annenberg School of Journalism at the University of Southern California, writes on development-based issues in India and the U.S. A PhD student at the University of Texas at Austin, she is currently researching issues of citizen’s media and empowerment globally.
  • Prabhas Pokharel

  • prey

  • Rafat Ali

    Rafat Ali is the CEO and founder of Skift, the NYC-based startup focused on global travel industry intelligence: News, info, data and analysis on airlines, hotels, tourism, cruises, startups, tech and more. You can follow Skift here on LinkedIn, or Twitter or Facebook. Previously, he was the founder of paidContent, which he sold to Guardian Media Group in 2008.
  • Richard Anderson

  • Robin Evans

  • Rich Gordon

    Rich Gordon is a professor and director of digital innovation. At Medill, he launched the school’s graduate program in new media journalism. He has spent most of his career exploring the areas where journalism and technology intersect. Prof. Gordon was an early adopter of desktop analytical tools (spreadsheets and databases) to analyze data for journalistic purposes. At The Miami Herald, he was among the first generation of journalists to lead online publishing efforts at newspapers. At Medill, he has developed innovative courses through which students have explored digital content and communities and developed new forms of storytelling that take advantage of the unique capabilities of interactive media. In addition to teaching and writing about digital journalism, he is director of new communities for the Northwestern Media Management Center, where he is responsible for a research initiative focusing on the impact of online communities, including social networks, on journalism and publishing.
  • Ryan Graff

    Ryan Graff joined the Northwestern University Knight Lab in October 2011. He previously held a variety of newsroom positions — from arts and entertainment editor to business reporter — at newspapers around Colorado before moving to magazines and the web. In 2008 he won a News21 Fellowship from the Carnegie and Knight foundations to come up with innovative ways to report on and communicate the economic impact of energy development in the West. He holds an MSJ from the Medill School of Journalism and a certificate in media management from Northwestern’s Media Management Center. Immediately prior to joining the Lab, Graff led marketing and public relations efforts in the Middle East.
  • Retha Hill

    Retha Hill joined the Cronkite faculty in 2007 after nearly eight years at BET, where she was vice president for content for BET Interactive, the online unit of Black Entertainment Television and the most-visited site specializing in African-American content on the Internet. Before joining BET, Hill was executive producer for special projects at washingtonpost.com. At the Cronkite School’s New Media Innovation and Entrepreneurship Lab, Hill works with students from multiple disciplines, including journalism, to research and develop digital media products for media companies. Her students have been experimenting with virtual reality for more than a year.
  • Ryan Jones

  • Rob McCausland

  • Rekha Murthy

  • Ryan Sholin

  • Robert Soden

  • Ryan Thornburg

  • Steven Clift

  • Scott Klein

  • Sean Dalby

  • Shannon Dosemagen

    A co-founder of Public Laboratory for Open Technology and Science, Shannon is based in New Orleans as the Director of Community Engagement, Education and Outreach. Shannon has worked with Public Laboratory (formerly Grassroots Mapping) for the last year as the Gulf Coast project lead, organizing volunteers as they collected aerial images of the Gulf Coast. Shannon also works with the Anthropology and Geography Department at Louisiana State University as an Ethnographer and Community Researcher on a study about the social impacts of the spill in coastal Louisiana communities. Prior to working with Public Laboratory, she was the Oil Spill Response Coordinator at the Louisiana Bucket Brigade, directing projects such as the first on-the-ground health and economic impact report in Louisiana post-oil spill. Shannon has an MS in Anthropology, a BFA in Photography and Anthropology and has worked with nonprofits for over 10 years.
  • Sandra Ekong

  • Simon Ferrari

  • Samantha Harrington

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