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Radio Rediscovered with the American Archive of Public Broadcasting

Ernesto Aguilar, Ryn Marchese, Bill Siemering
2018 - Austin

At this session, AAPB staff will give AAPB background and overview; discuss the workflow and requirements for contributing a collection to the Archive, including an overview of grant opportunities for digitization and suggested partnerships; provide recommendations for jumpstarting your station's archival program and give tips for community engagement. 

Ready, Set, Launch! Building and Deploying a Growth Strategy

Julie Amacher, Joe Barr, Jacquie Fuller, Brandon Santos, Luke Dreyer
2018 - Austin

How do we set the right foundation for growing our audiences? We’ll examine ways to identify your growth opportunities and align efforts around making the most of them.  We’ll share tips on defining audience segments, gathering insights, setting the right kind of goals and using them to efficiently create and learn on an ongoing basis.

Immigration Coverage that Tears Down Silos

Monica Campbell, Angilee Shah, Sasha Khokha, Arthur Nazaryan
2018 - Austin

What does it take to deliver immigration coverage that gets beyond the beltway and tears down the stereotypes? For Global Nation, the immigration desk for PRI’s The World® and PRI.org, it takes an amazing team of contributors all over the country. Editors Monica Campbell and Angilee Shah host an all-star panel about covering one of the hottest topics in the news today and finding the talent that breaks out of public media silos to deliver great journalism on air and online.

Lunch with NPR: "Hear the Bigger Picture with All Things Considered"

Mary Louise Kelly, Jarl Mohn, Ayesha Rascoe, Christina Cala
2018 - Austin

Join CEO Jarl Mohn for lunch and hear host Mary Louise Kelly, White House reporter Ayesha Rascoe, and Producer Christina Cala talk about the show’s coverage of President Donald Trump’s recent trip to Europe. Plus, find out what the show has planned for the upcoming 2018 midterms.

Conference Welcome / Building Real Relationships in a Digital World

Jody Evans, Kate O'Neill
2018 - Austin

Our new media and content platforms are not neutral spaces. Relationships, business models, trust and authority are experiencing massive stress. In a world of breathtaking change, Kate O’Neill, “Tech Humanist” and author of Pixels and Place, offers a straightforward way to stay relevant: by using data and emerging technology in ways that make the human experience ever more meaningful.

Kate will bring together inspiration from a range of industries, applications, and even pop culture, to paint a future where public radio content teams can use technology to make the world more clear, more transparent and to help people connect. Kate is a public radio power-user and loves our service. Her time with us will be fun, smart and dialed-in to our specific use cases and needs.

Top takeaways from Public Radio Tech Survey 10

Yes, you read that right. PRTS 10! Ten years of tech survey. The PRTS helps inform your content creation, as well as your budgeting process, and it’s the most comprehensive, trackable survey available to all public radio stations in the U.S.

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