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Event Page: "From Paper to Persona to Payment:
Considering a New Ecosystem for News, Information and Privacy."
- Ron Blevins, VP digital strategy, Novus Media Inc./ portfolio lead, U.S. partnerships and platforms, Omnicom, New York, N.Y.
- Kevin Davis, executive director,Institute for Nonprofit News, Encino, Calif.
- David Gehring, VP partnerships, Guardian News & Media, Palo Alto, Calif.
- Brant Houston, director, Institute for Nonprofit News /professor Univ. of Illinois, Urbana, Ill.
- Jo Ellen Green Kaiser, executive director, The Media Consortium, San Francisco, Calif.
- Kelly Leach, CEO, Piano Media (Press+), New York
- Robert Picard, North American advisor, Reuters Institute at Oxford Univ., Brookline, Mass.
- Drummond Reed, CEO-founder, Respect Trust Framework, Seattle, Wash.
- David Restrepo, chief strategy officer, TinyPass Inc., New York
- Chris Riley, head of public policy, Mozilla Corp./ The Mozilla Foundation, Mountain View, Calif.
- Dan Schultz, co-founder, HyperAudio Inc., RJI Fellow, Brooklyn, N.Y.
- Amy Shaw, SVP community engagement, Nine Network of Public Media, Saint Louis, Mo.
- Dan Sinker, director, Knight-Mozilla Open News Project, Chicago, Ill.
- Tom Slaughter, executive director, Inland Press Association, Des Plaines, Ill.
- Josh Stearns, journalism and public-media campaign director, Geraldine R. Dodge Foundation, Morristown, N.J.
- Greg Swanson, general manager, strategy & development, 10/13 Communications, Phoenix, Ariz.
- Peter Winter, author, “Choosing to Lose: Inside the Fight for the Future of News." Georgetown, Maine
- Yossi Lichterman, staff writer, The Nieman Journalism Lab, Nieman Foundation for Journalism, Harvard University, Cambridge, Mass.
- Scott Bradner, senior technology consultant, Office of the CTO, Harvard University, Cambridge, Mass.
- Reg Chua, executive editor, editorial operations, data & innovation, Thomson Reuters, New York, N.Y.
- Bill Donnelly, director, Respect Network / senior VP, Merrill Lynch, Seattle,Wash.
- Linda Fantin Miller, director, networked journalism/innovation, American Public Media, St. Paul, Minn.