Curators and Collaborators
meet gen c: curators + collaborators
Wednesday, November 4, 6:30 to 8:00 pm
The New School, Theresa Lang Center
55 West 13th Street, 2nd Floor (between 5th and 6th Aves)
As traditional media roles continue to shift, it's becoming more important than ever for journalists to stand out and build a career brand that will make them unique in the newsroom or marketplace.
Never has there been more opportunities to be distracted and overstimulated. The curated newsletter has become a way for journalists to break through the clutter, position themselves as trusted personal aggregators, and engage a dedicated audience with interesting news and insights.
Students and faculty are free with proper ID. Seats are limited. RSVP today!
Jenna weiss-berman: MODERAtor, director of audio, Buzzfeed
Jenna Weiss-Berman currently serves as BuzzFeed's Director of Audio and Producer of the Longform Podcast. She has worked as a producer for various public radio shows, including the Moth and StoryCorps, and she's created podcasts for publications, companies and foundations.
jessica grose, editor, lenny
Jessica Grose is the editor of Lenny and the author of two novels, Sad Desk Salad (2012) and The Retreat, which will be out from William Morrow in 2016.
erica cerulo, co-founder, of a kind
Erica Cerulo is the co-founder of Of a Kind, a site that sells the pieces and tells the stories of emerging fashion designers. Prior to launching the site in 2010 with her business partner Claire Mazur, she worked as an editor at Details and Lucky. She’s passionate about editorial, voice, and discovery.
Nicholas Quah, audience development, panoply media (slate)
Nick Quah is the writer of Hot Pod, a weekly newsletter and Nieman Lab column on the podcast industry. He also leads audience development efforts at Panoply, a podcast company by the Slate Group. Previously, he's spent time at Business Insider, BuzzFeed, and a medley of tiny startups.