Texas Tribune/MediaShift Mixer at ISOJ 2015

Please join us at our third annual Texas Tribune/MediaShift Mixer at ISOJ in Austin on April 16, 2015, sponsored by KLRU, KUT and UNITY: Journalists for Diversity. The Mixer will be a celebration for the end of our Collab/Space Austin workshop and the kickoff for the 16th Annual International Symposium on Online Journalism (ISOJ)! It will be a great way to meet other people in the international community of online journalists or local Austin media folks — and without the crush of SXSW! You don’t have to attend ISOJ to attend the Mixer.

Please RSVP here to reserve your spot!


Here’s a partial list of special guests:

Rosental Alves, University of Texas, ISOJ
Mark Glaser, MediaShift
Rodney Gibbs, Texas Tribune
Agnes Varnum, Texas Tribune
Stewart Vanderwilt, KUT
Bill Stotesbery, KLRU
Clare Boyle, University of Texas
Kent Chapline, Texas Christian University
Katy Camp, WFTV
Amy Schmitz Weiss, San Diego State
John Clark, UNC
Jim Brady, Billy Penn
Usha Rodrigues, Deakin University

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April 16, 2015
Thursday evening
5:30 pm to 7:30 pm

Hole in the Wall
2538 Guadalupe Street
Austin, TX 78705
(512) 302-1470
Google Map location or see map below.

Thanks to our sponsors KLRU-TV, KUT Radio and UNITY: Journalists for Diversity, which will be paying for the first round of drinks and appetizers from the East Side King founded by celebrity chef Paul Qui.

KUT News 90.5
KUT is a leading source for knowledge and ideas that enrich and sustain greater Austin’s unique sense of place, cultural identity and position as a center of leadership. KUT will inform, inspire and engage while becoming the most trusted source for news, information and the Austin, Texas, music experience.

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KLRU brings exceptional educational television to Central Texas to enrich the lives of our viewers through quality public television programming, community services and public events with shows like Austin City Limits, Central Texas Gardener, Arts in Context, and Overheard with Evan Smith.


UNITY: Journalists for Diversity, an alliance of three journalism organizations, is the nation’s most diverse journalism organization. A coalition of the Asian American Journalists Association, the National Lesbian & Gay Journalists Association and the Native American Journalists Association, UNITY is a strategic alliance advocating fair and accurate news coverage about people of color and LGBT issues and aggressively challenges news organizations to increase diversity in whom they employ at all levels of their companies. For more information on UNITY, send an email to [email protected] or call (414) 335-1478.

For more information on the ISOJ schedule and speakers go here. To see a list of Texas Tribune events, go here.

Note: You don’t have to be registered for the ISOJ to attend our Mixer, but please do RSVP to save your spot!

If you are interested in sponsoring this event or future ones, or having future MediaShift Mixers in your town, please contact MediaShift at mediashift [at] pbs [dot] org.

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