Appearances

Briggs preparing to deliver a presentation in Denmark. (Photo courtesy: Karin Hogh)

Previous appearances

2014

Scripps Howard Journalism Entrepreneurship Workshop, Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication, Arizona State University, Phoenix, AZ

Reinventing TV and Video News, CUNY Graduate School for Journalism, NYC

2013

VVOJ / NOS / nu.nl, The Netherlands

ImpactMedia, Kiev

“Is social media journalism?” SXSW Interactive, Austin, TX

Tsinghua University: Visiting professor, Beijing

“Turn Your Idea into a Product,” Scripps Howard Journalism Entrepreneurship Workshop, Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication, Arizona State University, Phoenix, AZ
2012

September

“Extreme Revenue Makeover,” Online News Association annual conference, San Francisco, CA

June

Inspiring Student Innovation and Entrepreneurial Thinking, Poynter Institute, St. Petersburg, FL

May

Revenue Camp for Journalism Entrepreneurs, Poynter Institute, St. Petersburg, FL

“Social Media for Business,” Washington State Auto Dealers Assocation conference, Maui, HI

April

“Innovation and entrepreneurialism: Are journalists and news organizations learning from tech startups?” International Symposium of Online Journalism, Austin, TX

March

“The Hyperlocal Hoax: Where’s the Holy Grail?” SXSW Interactive, Austin, TX

February

Visiting professor, University of Colorado, Boulder, CO

January

“How to Build What’s Next for News,” Association of Alternative Newsmedia Web Conference, San Francisco

“6 Traits of Journo-Entrepreneurs,” Scripps Howard Journalism Entrepreneurship Workshop, Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication, Arizona State University, Phoenix, AZ

2011

December

Social media and journalism, Social Media Club Seattle, Microsoft, Redmond. WA

October
Entrepreneurial pitch contest, Journalism Interactive Conference, University of Maryland

September
Online News Association, Boston
“Ethics for Entrepreneurs” and  ‘What’s Next for News,” Society of Professional Journalists/RTDNA National Conference, New Orleans
“How to Build What’s Next for News,” New York Publishers Association Fall Conference, Montreal

May

“What’s Next for News,” Washington Community College Journalism Association, Edmonds, WA

April
“Teaching Mobile Media Production, Developing Cutting-Edge Digital Curricula,” Broadcasting Education Association national conference, Las Vegas

March
“Hyperlocal innovations,” Newspaper Association of America national conference, Dallas, TX
“New business models for news,” SXSW Interactive, Austin, TX

2010

October
“Turning Bits into Bucks,” Online News Association, Washington, DC

June
“How to Grow Audiences Organically” and “What’s Next for News,” Society of Professional Journalists National Conference, Las Vegas
Florida Press Association, Sarasota, FL

May
Various institutes and universities, Baku, Azerbaijhan
“New media and the middle east,” SAE Institute conference, Dubai

April
National University Faculty Senate 2010 Spring Symposium, San Diego, CA
Student Media 2020 panel discussion, Pacific Lutheran University, Tacoma, WA

March
“Building the future of journalism,” SXSW Interactive, Austin, TX
“Knowing your audiences” and “Alternative Distribution / Putting Feeds, Aggregation and Social Networking to Work,” Associated Press Managing Editors Newstrain, Chicago, IL

February
Visiting professor, University of Oregon, Eugene, OR
Journalism Next: Innovation on the front lines, Poynter webinar

January
Innovation at Work: An introduction (SNA webinar)

2009

November
“Entrepreneurship in the South Sound,” South Sound Technology Conference, Tacoma, WA

October
Multiple sessions, College Media Association conference, Austin, TX
“From Journalist to Entrepreneur” and “6 in 60,” Online News Association conference, San Francisco
“Launching an independent news site” and “Managing news as a conversation,” Northwest Journalism Conference, Seattle

September
“Defining What’s Good in Digital Journalism,” “The Big Picture,” and “Planning for Multiple Media and Multiple Deadlines,” APME Newstrain workshop, Norman, OK
“Social networking and mobile opportunities,” New York Publishers Association, Cooperstown, NY

August
“Real-world successful (and almost-successful) revenue models,” Digital Journalism Bootcamp, Portland, Ore.

May
“Canned: Landing on Your Feet: Gaining Clarity,” NABJ Region One Conference: Online Tools for Digital Journalists, CUNY, New York
“Journalism Rebooted,” IABC annual media dinner, Seattle
“Journalist’s Guide to the Digital Age,” Freedom Forum, Nashville
“Journalism in the Digital Age,” UCLA Entrepreneurs Conference, Los Angeles
“Making the Most of Mobile,” Suburban Newspaper of America conference, New Orleans

April
“Introduction to journalists using Twitter,” LA Press Club, Los Angeles
“Journalist’s Guide to the Digital Age,” NEA Arts Journalism Fellowship program, USC, Los Angeles
Multiple sessions of training for Specialized Journalism program and faculty, Annenberg School of Communication, USC, Los Angeles

March
Multiple sessions of training for Specialized Journalism program and faculty, Annenberg School of Communication, USC, Los Angeles
“Journalist’s Guide to the Digital Age,”Knight Digital Media Center, University of California, Berkeley
Live Chat: “Entrepreneurial Journalism: How Can Journalism Survive Beyond Legacy Institutions?”  Poynter.org
“Going Independent” and “One Newsroom,” College Media Advisers spring conference, New York
“Interpreneurs: Pioneering in the Wild, Wild Web,” Society of Professional Journalists one-day workshop, Seattle

February
“New media and science communication – new models,” Northwest Science Writers Association, Seattle

2008

November
“Investigative Journalism in the Digital Age,” Lisbon, Portugal
“A Journalist’s Guide to the Digital Age,” Danish Media Festival, Odense, Denmark
“Entrepreneurship in the South Sound,” South Sound Technology Conference, Tacoma, WA

October
Visiting professor, Western Washington University, Bellingham, WA
“A Journalist’s Guide to the Digital Age,” Illinois Press Association annual conference, Springfield, Illinois

September
APME Newstrain, San Diego, CA

July
“Editor’s Guide to the Digital Age,” Knight Digital Journalism Bootcamp, University of California-Berkeley

June
“Editor’s Guide to the Digital Age,” MSN Media Academy, Redmond, WA

May
“The future of journalism,” Chips Quinn Scholars, Freedom Forum, Nashville, TN

March
Raising the Ante, symposium to honor Phil Meyer, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, NC
“Editor’s Guide to the Digital Age,” SPJ Region I conference, Pittsburgh, PA

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