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Lewis heads to Germany

Posted: Sept. 9, 2013 | Tags: journalism

The Workshop’s executive editor, Chuck Lewis, will travel to Germany this week to speak to international journalists about the changing media landscape and the future of journalism. He will deliver a keynote address to more than 250 online journalists Friday morning during Scoop Camp 2013, a one-day annual digital media conference held in Hamburg. Lewis will host a workshop later that day about international investigative reporting.

Scoop Camp — in its fourth year — brings together programmers, journalists and technology experts to analyze media trends and innovation. This year’s conference will focus on data journalism, new storytelling and social media. Other international speakers include Michael Maness, head of the Knight Foundation’s Journalism and Media Innovation program, and Nicholas White, CEO of The Daily Dot.




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