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Nov 11, 2009
Unfolding News
Stoel Rives LLP

News is in the news. The last few years have seen significant changes in patterns of consumption and propagation of news content. Increasingly, the influence of online search, aggregation and community sites, niche blogs, specialized classified lists, combined with the demand for measurable advertising and audience engagement is putting pressure on traditional business models. Add in the growth of mobile internet, and we have the makings of a perfect storm.
- What is the future of printed news? - Who will invest in investigative journalism? - Will micro-payments, subscriptions or pay-walls work?
- Where is the technology or platform opportunity?

Steve Woodward, CEO Nozzl Media will provide an overview of how Nozzl helps publishers, readers and advertisers with real-time, local news streams on mobile devices.

Peter Bhatia, Executive Editor, The Oregonian will join Steve for an informative and insightful discussion with TiE members and entrepreneurs.

Jun 16, 2011
Oregon News Incubator (ONI) Work Party
Java Nation

The best way to get involved with the Oregon News Incubator is to come to one of our mobile work parties.

What’s a work party? Each of the ONI work parties is an informal co-working opportunity for journalists to convene in a comfortable space to work in parallel, brainstorm ideas, share resources, etc. Think of them as roving newsrooms. They’re not just for writers – photographers, broadcasters and multimedia journalists can come to network, partner on projects or work alongside other reporters. We often even have “news meetings” to discuss story ideas, potential sources and possible markets. In addition to refining story ideas, they also offer a chance to identify participants with similar interests or potential collaborators for projects. Editors: We’d love to put you in touch with freelancers; meanwhile, please feel free to point freelancers you work with in our direction.

M. Edward (Ed) Borasky (@znmeb)

Jul 24, 2013
GigaOM Portland Networking Reception
Irving Street Kitchen

Please join GigaOM for a networking reception at Irving St. Kitchen from 6pm to 9pm on Wednesday, July 24th.

We are hosting an evening for technologists, customers and thought leaders in the Portland area to connect and discuss the opportunities and emerging trends in technology and business today.

GigaOM executives, writers, anaylsts and senior staff will be there along with great local Portland influencers for a night of great conversation and food and wine.

Analysts in attendance include John Gauntt, Founder of Media Dojo and GigaOM Research analyst.

We hope to see you there!

Sep 17, 2018
Newsroom Security in the US and Abroad
Northwest Academy

In the past decade, media organizations and newsrooms have become high value targets for digital attacks. Whether it is governments purchasing spyware to illegally surveil reporters in the diaspora, like the government of Ethiopia has been caught doing twice, or information campaigns to discredit news sources, newsrooms have become targets of government 'cyber warfare'.

Norman Shamas will lead a conversation on some of the current threats and the state of security in newsrooms in the US and around the globe (primary focus on South Africa) followed by a conversation on a new training guide for US-based newsrooms([1]), which Norman helped write.

This month's TA3M will be interactive and an open discussion. If you are interested in walking through any of the modules during the meeting, please post a comment in the discussion or send the organizer a message through Meetup.


Schedule: 6:00 PM: Doors 6:10 PM: Introductions and news 6:15 PM: Presentation 7:15 PM: Q&A 7:30 PM: Wrap up and networking

Speaker bio:

Norman Shamas is an activist and educator whose work focuses on human-centered information and digital security and privacy.

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