Mit Jody Brannon


Fragen:
Kai Haller


Jody Brannon, 45, ist seit Dezember 2001 Executive Producer der Nachrichtenabteilung bei USAToday.com. Vor ihrer Zeit bei USAToday.com arbeitete sie bei washingtonpost.com, ebenfalls als Executive Producer. Brannon war außerdem Reporterin, Kolumnistin und Redakteurin der Seattle Times und der Tacoma News Tribune. Sie ist Mitglied der Online News Association und Professorin des „American University’s Master’s Program" in Interactive Journalism. Ihren Doktortitel erhielt sie in „Mass Communications“ von der Universität Maryland. Zusätzlich hat sie einen Master in „Public Affairs Journalism“ der American University und einen BA in Journalismus der Universität Seattle. In ihrer Dissertation im Jahr 1999 setzte sie sich mit dem Thema „Maximierung von Inhalten und Mitarbeiterleistung bei Online News Seiten“ auseinander. Dabei verglich Brannon die Webauftritte führender nationaler Zeitungen, Radiostationen und Fernsehsender.
 

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Which book has changed your life?
The Saturated Self by Kenneth Gergen: Though it’s aging now, I read it during my doctoral studies. It provided my research some context about our reliance on technology and how it impedes our relationships. On a personal level, the book that I recall having the biggest influence on me as a youth was W. Somerset Maugham’s “Of Human Bounty.” I really connected with the story of an adolescent overcoming many obstacles to make himself a success – I always liked those overcoming adversity tales and am surprised this comes to mind first, as most of the adventure stories I remember reading as a kid had to do with the settling of the West and and that spirit of becoming a self-made person.

Which person would you like to be for just one day?
The Pope.
Your motto?
Change ist good.
Your biggest mistake?
Not having the courage to leave my hometown until I was 35.




I can’t imagine anything less worthy to read, but sure. (Quelle)

Your next goal?
To be the lead editor of a website.



That’s reminds me of the hyperness that is blogs – where it is big run-on-sentence-of-ideas-and-perspectives, and often the message is delivered journalistically, as an essay and as non-fiction, etc.
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Quelle)



An important organization that needs to better blend perspectives from non-newspaper leaders and from media outlets that are not so mainstream, while working to infuse its leadership with more people of color and women.
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Quelle)



Dan gets around, doesn’t he? In the course of his career, he has achieved much as a respected newsman. Too bad in the sunset of his career it has been tarnished by this episode and photos taken out of context like this one. I say this and I’m not a particular fan of his – I’ve always thought he took himself a bit too seriously. (Quelle)



A news site staffed by dedicated professionals who through the Web can give people around the world perspectives on the inside-the-Beltway perspective. But it’s also a site that is burdened by its responsibility to replicate the work of the main news organization. On the .com in its name rests the future of The Washington Post Co. journalism. (Quelle)

 

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