Danielle Cronin is editor of the "Brisbane Times" who is leading the Fairfax Brisbane team in their local and regional Journalism efforts in Queensland, Australia. In this episode, we caught up with Danielle about her career to date, particularly her time at the "Press Gallery", how "Brisbane Times" became a market leader and the overall state of Australian media.
Many stories today have some link to the past, however, according to Jim, many of are taught history to accept it as it is. In this episode we explore Timeline.com's background and the initiatives they are undertaking to thrive in a narrow publishing niche.
As the senior mobile editor, much of Hite’s time was focused on managing The Wall Street Journal’s mobile app. In this episode, co-host Simon Owens and Vahe Arabian discuss with Brittany about the state of mobile journalism and her professional background that led her to specialize in this field.
David Harris is the Editor In Chief of Open Stax (Rice University). In this episode we discuss the state of higher education publishing - technological developments and community partnerships used to deliver on demand learning for students.
Pia Frey is a co-founder of Opinary. In this episode, she speaks about how her engagement tool was built from the newsroom, how user centric thinking can uncover what their audience thinks and opinion trends and her plans ahead.
There are some digital media professionals that shift to working for brands. Brad McCarty is one of those professionals. In this episode, he goes through his startup journey and his vision for building the editorial side for a doublesided marketplace startup for healthcare professionals.
Paul Barron is the CEO, Founder, Author, Filmmaker of Foodable Network. Paul had realized 20+ years ago (back in the AltaVista days), the potential digital media will bring to the food industry. So with his tech skills, he took a risk with a new venture and slugged it out to the point that he is now expanding internationally and diversifying different data driven solutions . In this episode, we explore the state of food media.
Marc Reeves has seen how regional and local journalism in the UK has transformed over the past 20 years. He is now leading Trinity Mirror Midlands digital properties, which is reported to be out-competing BBC in their targeted local markets. In this episode, we explore the state of local journalism.
Kiki Von Glinow is the Founder & CEO of Toast Media Group. She has started this company and the Norman project, after discovering key insights on how underserved audiences, Gen Z, and influencer marketing are related, during her time at HuffPost. In this episode, we explore these themes.