Speaking/Calendar

I frequently speak at public and private events. (See below for a partial list of such appearances during the past few years.)

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Travel & Speaking Appearances This is where I update my upcoming travel schedule. If you’ve booked me for an event and don’t see it listed here, please let me know right away.

2018

  • Jan. 2-6, Phoenix, Scripps-Howard Entrepreneurial Journalism Institute
  • Jan. 15-17, Munich, DLD
  • Jan. 30, Washington, “Who’s Afraid of Online Speech” event, New America
  • Feb. 26-27, Phoenix, misinformation conversations with academic/military group.
  • April 8, Las Vegas, Broadcast Education Association
  • April 10-14, Perugia, Italy, International Journalism Festival
  • April 19, Chandler, Arizona, Wireless Communications Symposium
  • May 16-18, Toronto, RightsCon
  • May 30-June 2, Lisbon, Global Editors Network summit

2017

2016

2015

2014

2013 (selected)

2012 (selected)

2011 (selected)

Selection of Past Appearances. 2010

 

2009
2008

 

2007
  • July 30 – August 3, Berkeley, citizen media workshop
  • August 9-11, Washington, AEJMCconference
  • August 27, Bogotá, Columbia, media conference
  • Sept. 30 – October 6, Ekaterinburg and Chelyabinsk, Russia; workshops/visits with Russian journalists
  • Oct. 15-17, Cambridge, Mass., Berkman Center
  • Oct. 18-19, Toronto, Online News Association conference
  • Oct. 29-30, Santiago, Chile, talks at TVN and Universidad Mayor
2006

2005

  • Jan. 21: Cambridge, Mass., member of “Blogging, Journalism and Credibility” roundtable at Kennedy School of Government, Harvard
  • Feb. 1: St. Petersburg, Fla., speaker at Poynter Institute seminar
  • Feb. 14: Chapel Hill, N.C., lecture at University of North Carolina
  • March 10: Madrid, member, working group on terrorism and the Internet at the International Summit on Democracy, Security and Terrorism
  • March 13: Austin, Texas, speech at South by Southwest Interactive conference
  • April 7:  Austin, keynote at International Symposium on Online Journalism, University of Texas
  • April 12: Washington, panelist at American Society of Newspaper Editors annual meeting
  • April 15: Berkeley, panelist at “The Changing Economics of News” conference, University of California-Berkeley
  • April 20: Las Vegas, panelist at Radio/Television News Directors annual meeting
  • May 1: Seattle, panelist, Society of American Business Writers and Editors annual meeting
  • May 16: New York, panelist, Personal Democracy Forum
  • May 24: Carlsbad, Cal., panelist, Wall Street Journal’s “D: All Things Digital” conference
  • May 30: Seoul, keynote at World Editors Forum
  • June 4: Denver, panelist, Investigative Reporters & Editors annual conference
  • Aug. 1: Salzburg, Austria, led seminar on online journalism for young European journalists
  • Aug. 25: Half Moon Bay, Cal., speaker at McClatchy Co. annual editors and publishers retreat
  • Sept. 13: Jersey City, N.J., panelist at Johnson & Johnson Global Communications Conference
  • Sept. 22: Ann Arbor, Michigan, Graham Hovey Lecture at Knight Wallace Fellows Program
  • Sept. 29: New York, keynote at Conference Board Corporate Communication and Technology Conference
  • Oct. 14-15, Fullerton, Calif., keynote and panel at California First Amendment Coalition meeting
  • Oct. 28, San Jose, panel at Associated Press Managing Editors conference
  • Nov. 4, Prague, panelist at Media Development Loan Fund’s Media Forum
  • Nov. 15, Tunis, International Institute for Journalism panel at WSIS meeting
  • Dec. 10, London, participant in Global Voices  summit

2004

  • Jan. 9: Las Vegas, panel moderator at Consumer Electronics Show
  • Feb. 13: San Diego, panelist, Digital Democracy symposium
  • March 13: Austin, speaker at South by Southwest Interactive
  • April 17: Cambridge, Mass., session leader at BloggerCon conference
  • June 17: Palo Alto, panelist at Churchill Club event
  • July 28: Portland, Oregon, speaker at Open Source Convention
  • Aug. 3: Toronto, panelist at participatory journalism conference
  • Aug. 13: Santa Cruz, Cal., keynote speaker at Hypertext 2004 conference
  • Aug. 24: Aspen, speaker at Progress & Freedom Foundation conference
  • Sept. 21: Palo Alto, talk at Palo Alto Research Center
  • Sept. 27: New York, speech at Markle Foundation
  • Sept. 28: New York, speech at Cardozo Law School
  • Oct. 2: Lake Tahoe, panelist at Gnomedex conference
  • Oct. 21: London, keynote at U.K. Association of Online Publishers conference
  • Oct. 4: San Jose, speech at Commonwealth Club event
  • Oct. 29: Los Angeles, panelist at 35th Anniversary of the Internet Symposium at UCLA
  • Nov. 6: Stanford, speaker at Accelerating Change conference
  • Nov. 14: Shanghai, talk at Foreign Correspondents Club
  • Nov. 15: Shanghai, lecture at Fudan University
  • Dec. 10: Cambridge, Mass., panelist at Berkman Center for Internet & Society (Harvard Law School) conference