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Announcing the Summit Lunch Breakouts

We're so excited to see everyone on April 25th at our sold-out New York Subscriber Summit. An important part of the Summit are our lunch breakouts: a chance for you to hear straight from big names in tech and journalism about the state of their businesses.

If you're registered for the Summit, you'll receive an email from [email protected] with more details on how to provide your top choices for the breakouts. We'll email attendees their breakout assignment the day before the Summit.


Scaling a News Business from the Ground Up

Kim Kingsley, Digital News Executive, former Co-founder & COO, POLITICO

Kim Kingsley is a co-founder of Politico and a DC insider who built that business from an idea into a news powerhouse. Hear from her about how she did it in this session that will offer practical advice for all entrepreneurs.


What's Next for User-Generated Video

Casey Neistat, Digital Media entrepreneur

Casey Neistat has been ahead of every curve in social media and millions of people follow his videos on YouTube and Snapchat. He recently sold his startup Beme to CNN. Come discuss what's coming next in user-generated video with the man who continues to reinvent the format.


News meets Bots

John Keefe, Developer & Product Manager, Quartz

Quartz has long adopted new technologies more rapidly than other publications. This is a chance to hear directly from John Keefe, who is leading Quartz's new Bot Studio, about how new platforms (Amazon Echo, Slack) and new technologies (AI) will further transform how we consume news.


Diversity and Life After Journalism

Christina Lewis Halpern, Founder & Executive Director, All Star Code

All Star Code founder Christina Lewis Halpern had an award-winning career in journalism before she decided to leave to start a non-profit. Christina will share her lessons about how being a journalist helped her become an entrepreneur. She will also discuss the mission of All Star Code, which is paving the way for creating more diversity in tech.


Investigative Reporting in the Era of Trump

Steve Engelberg, Editor-in-Chief, ProPublica

In a rare chance to sit down with one of journalism's most admired editors, ProPublica editor Steve Engelberg will discuss how the investigative non-profit is approaching coverage of the new administration. He'll also shed some light on the publication's other blockbuster work, on health care and other topics.


Q&A with Jessica Lessin

Jessica Lessin, Founder & CEO, The Information

Our founder will discuss the biggest trends she's following in tech and chime in with her views about the state of the news business and what business models are coming next.


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