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Friday, April 21 • 11:00am - 11:45am
Owning your big local story: U.S. Elections at ground zero

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How can you tell your biggest story from every possible angle? How can you be ready for the unexpected? And, what if your biggest story never ends… but just keeps going and going and evolving?

For The Post and so many organizations, our biggest story the last 18 months has been the Election, then the Transition, and now on to the 45th Presidency. We’ll walk you through a range of work from our more than 100 projects, 400+ pages and countless other pieces we built across platforms. We’ll highlight what led to some of our best Election coverage in the newspaper's history, while not shying away from the things we wish we had done differently. Most importantly, we’ll make sure you walk away with a blueprint on how your newsroom might be better prepared for your next big story.


Speakers
avatar for Greg Manifold

Greg Manifold

Design Director, The Washington Post
Manifold leads a team responsible for the presentation of The Washington Post’s most ambitious stories across the print newspaper, digital and social platforms. The team prides itself on seeking out bold visual presentation while collaborating with reporters, editors, photographers and graphic artists. The Post was an SND... Read More →
avatar for Kevin Uhrmacher

Kevin Uhrmacher

Graphics editor, The Washington Post
Uhrmacher is a graphics editor at The Post, where he collaborates with reporters, designers and others on the graphics team to tell visual stories, mostly about American politics. His work added context to the presidential campaign and transition using a combination of explanator... Read More →



Friday April 21, 2017 11:00am - 11:45am
Mecklenburg 1 Sheraton Charlotte, 555 South McDowell St, S Tower, Charlotte, NC 28204

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