3/15-16/16
Schuneman Symposium for Photojournalism & New Media:
image. immersion. impact.
::: photojournalism ::: drones ::: publication design ::: explanation graphics ::: documentary filmmaking ::: virtual reality ::: digital storytelling :: video :::
Presented by the E.W. Scripps School of Journalism & the School of Visual Communication :: Scripps College of Communication, Ohio University © 2016

Tuesday, March 15 :: All presentations are in Baker Center Theater, Second Floor

Allison Wichie

Allison Wichie
@AWichieWHIO
Cox Media Group

Nadine Ajaka

Nadine Ajaka
@nadineajaka
The Atlantic

Tim”Minton

Tim Minton
@zazoomtim
Zazoom Media

Robert Padavik

Robert Padavik
Gannett

Nigel Holmes

Nigel Holmes
@nigelblue
Explanation Graphics

Tim Matsui

Tim Matsui
@timmatsui
freelancer

9 a.m. Allison Wichie (Cox Group multimedia reporter), Nadine Ajaka (associate producer for video at The Atlantic), and Tim Minton (Co-founder and CEO of Zazoom Media Group) // Different Ways To Tell Stories with Video [watch streaming video]
10:30 a.m. Robert Padavik (Gannett’s lead producer for emerging forms of storytelling) // Virtual Reality Storytelling: Opportunities And Challenges [watch streaming video]
1:30 p.m. Nigel Holmes (infographics legend, founder of Explanation Graphics) // Is Humor Allowed In Information Graphics? [watch streaming video]
3:05 p.m.Tim Matsui (director/photojournalist) // Photojournalism: Agent for Change [watch streaming video]

Tuesday evening, March 15 :: Athena Cinema (20 S Court St, Athens, OH)

7:00 p.m. Tim Matsui (director/photojournalist) // Free screening of The Long Night

Wednesday, March 16 :: All presentations are in Baker Center Theater, Second Floor

Amos Chapple

Amos Chapple
freelancer

Mickey Osterreicher

Mickey Osterreicher
@nppalawyer
NPPA

2:00 p.m.Amos Chapple (freelance photojournalist) // The Short-Lived Golden Age of Drone Photography [watch streaming video]
3:05 p.m.Mickey Oesterreicher (freelance photojournalist) // Look. Up In The Sky – It’s a Bird, It’s a Plane, It’s a . . . Drone!” [watch streaming video]
4:10 p.m.Panel discussion with all speakers

SPEAKER BIOGRAPHIES

Allison Wichie :: WHIO-TV and Cox Media Group Ohio multimedia reporter based in Springfield, Ohio; 2012 graduate of Ohio University’s E.W. Scripps School of Journalism; started with WHIO’s breaking news team and worked in their digital department; born and raised in Troy, Ohio
Nadine Ajaka :: Curator and associate producer for video at The Atlantic; Fulbright scholar and 2012 graduate of Ohio University with degrees in broadcast journalism and global studies; spent two years in Jordan and Iraq; was photographer/videographer for the Iraq mission of the International Organization for Migration
Tim Minton :: Co-founder and CEO of Zazoom Media Group; oversaw the build out of the company’s Web video distribution network; was a news correspondent with more than 20 years of on-air experience; 18-time Emmy winner, appeared on both NBC-4 and ABC-7 in New York
Nigel Holmes :: Born in England; moved to New York in 1978 to be Graphics Director of Time; founded Explanation Graphics in 1994; clients include American Express and The Smithsonian Institution; work has appeared in National Geographic and The New York Times; author of eight books on information design
Mickey Osterreicher :: Lawyer and award-winning photojournalist with over 40 years’ experience in print and broadcast; work has appeared in The New York Times, Time, Newsweek; actively involved as legal counsel in issues such as cameras in the courtroom, the federal shield law, media access, public photography and drones
Robert Padavik :: Gannett’s lead producer for Virtual Reality, 360 Degree video and other emerging forms of storytelling; began career with CNN and later worked with NBC News; implemented multimedia strategies for nonprofit campaigns in Africa; graduate of the E.W. Scripps School of Journalism
Tim Matsui :: Emmy-nominated visual journalist; most recent project, the award-winning documentary “The Long Night”; clients have included Newsweek, Stern, Der Spiegel, GEO, Wired and many other U.S. and international publications; partners with nonprofits and corporations to inform and engage, using media for social change
Amos Chapple :: New Zealand native; early drone adapter and freelance photographer who has traveled through 67 countries; produced landmark drone photography project “Air,” which includes photos from across Europe, India and Russia; first international project was shooting UNESCO World Heritage sites