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Thursday, July 27 • 2:00pm - 3:30pm
Telling Stories for a Global Audience

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Digital journalism is global, even for local reporters. Events on the national and international scale can lead to interesting local stories, and vice versa. Learn from the pros on how to report, package and present your story that can reach broader, global audiences.

Moderators
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K. Oanh Ha

Asia Consumer Team Leader, Bloomberg
K. Oanh Ha is Asia Consumer Team Leader for Bloomberg News, based in Hong Kong. She previously served as Vietnam bureau chief for the outlet. Before joining Bloomberg, she worked as a host and reporter for KQED Public Radio in San Francisco on its nationally-syndicated program, Pacific... Read More →

Speakers
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Sewell Chan

International News Editor, The New York Times
Sewell Chan is an international news editor at The New York Times, where he helps to direct global news coverage and to reach audiences worldwide. He was previously the international news editor in the London office of The Times; the deputy editor of the Op-Ed page and Sunday Review... Read More →
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Heather Landy

Managing Editor, Quartz
Heather Landy is managing editor at Quartz, based in New York, and previously served as global news editor. She joined Quartz in 2014 from American Banker Magazine, where she was editor in chief. Heather started her career at Bloomberg News and spent five years on the business desk... Read More →
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Ishaan Tharoor

Foreign Affairs Writer, Washington Post
Ishaan Tharoor is a foreign affairs writer at the Washington Post, where he pens a daily column and newsletter, Today's WorldView, on where Washington meets the world. He was previously an editor and writer at Time magazine in Hong Kong and New York.


Thursday July 27, 2017 2:00pm - 3:30pm
Commonwealth Hall C

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