In this FIR Interview with Shel Holtz, Gary looks at some previous grant winners and touches on the importance to communicators of identifying new news methodologies.
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About our Conversation Partner
Kebbel was news director at America Online, where he trained and directed the team that built AOL News into the worldâ€™s largest online news site. Before that, he helped create USAToday.com and Newsweek.com, and was a home page editor at washingtonpost.com. His journalism career began in newspapers. Most recently, he worked on the web site of Education Week, where he was in charge of content development, strategy and planning. He helped plan the successful switch of edweek.org from a free to a paid subscription web site.
He has served as the graphics editor at USA Today; taught online journalism as an adjunct instructor at the University of Marylandâ€™s Philip Merrill College of Journalism; and is a Fulbright Senior Specialist in online journalism.
Kebbel has three mastersâ€™ degrees: one in social work from The Catholic University of America, and one each in political science and journalism from the University of Illinois. He holds a bachelorâ€™s degree from Illinois State University.
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(Cross-posted from For Immediate Release, Shelâ€™s and my podcast blog.)