Emmy Statue

Online Seminars



What are your organization’s goals for your online presence?

The National Academy has teamed up with the Center for Investigative Reporting (CIR) and several San Francisco/Bay Area TV stations to discuss online/mobile news at the Online News Forum. 

Panelists:  Moderator, Barbara Rodgers, Comcast; Jonathan Mitchell, VP, News, KNTV (NBC); Janice S. Gin, Associate News Director, KTVU Channel 2  (Fox); Brian Shields, Online News Manager, KRON4 (Young Broadcasting); Meghann Farnsworth, Senior Manager, Distribution and Online Engagement, The Center for Investigative Reporting; Jim Parker, Director of Operations, CBS Local Digital Media, San Francisco, KPIX; Rachel Schwartz, Senior Online News Producer at KGO-TV (ABC).


  • What are your organization’s goals for your online presence?
  • What do you use to achieve these online goals?
  • How do you incorporate the web and mobile into your news organization?
  • Which aspects of your news content do you include in your online presence?
  • Which aspects of your news content are presented online only?
  • Which aspects of your news content are not currently included in your online presence and why not?
  • Which methods/techniques/tools do you use?
  • How does your online presence fit into your overall news distribution plan?
  • How do you integrate/coordinate your online presence into those of your networks/partners?

No travel costs involved for you.  Just click on the link and attend right from your chair at  https://youtu.be/ptMuE_O8TYw



Presented at Watkins College of Art, Design & Film on April 11, 2013, hear the four Nashville  television ews directors discuss how to get into their news departments/.  Moderated by Phillip L. Bell of Bellmedia.  The panelists were  Sandy Boonstra, News Director at WTVF NewsChannel 5 Network; Matthew Hilk, News Director at WSMV, Bryan McGruder, News Director at WZTV Fox 17, and Matthew Zelkind, News Director at WKRN

See it at https://new.livestream.com/tndv-television/emmy