Klein News Innovation Camp turns 10

Klein News Innovation Camp turns 10

Chris Wink of Technically Media, right, opens the session board for the 10th annual Klein News Innovation Camp at Annenberg Hall at Temple University. Wink is one of the founders of the event, previously known as BarCamp News Innovation.

Yup, We’re still working on the future of news” read the tee shirts worn by the team who produced the 10th annual Klein News Innovation Camp at Temple University on October 13th. Philadelphia’s largest annual gathering of journalists came together as usual at Annenberg Hall at the Klein College of Media and Communication.

Presenters came from national newsrooms including The Washington Post, Vox, USA Today, TED and the Wall Street Journal and local organizations including Billy Penn, Plan Philly, Philadelphia Weekly, Technically Philly, PhillyCam, Broke in Philly, WURD, WHYY, WRTI, Hidden City, CityWide Stories, The Lenfest Institute and more.

Other attendees came from The Philadelphia Inquirer, Associated Press, Philadelphia Tribune, KYW Newsradio, Generoctiy, Philly Mag, the Public School Notebook, Philadelphia Business Journal, Delaware Business Times, NJ.com, PABJ and SPJ.

Morning and afternoon sessions were packed with people and ideas, and the lunch-hour keynote panel was buzzing with predictions.

Another key session featured five newsroom leaders from the Broke in Philly reporting collaborative.

The event is produced by Technically Media and was supported this year by Klein College and the Lenfest Institute for Journalism.

Learn more at KleinCamp.com or check out the action on Twitter tagged: #KleinCamp18.

Roberto Torres of Technically Media discusses the clampdown on press freedom in Venezuela.
Bobbi Booker of WRTI and The Philadelphia Tribune advances the discourse on newsroom diversity.
Danya Henninger of Billy Penn, Ariella Cohen of Plan Philly and Pete Woodall of Hidden City discuss news membership programs.
Jessica Estepa of USA Today predicts the death of Twitter during lunch-hour keynote panel session.
All of this year’s sessions were packed.