As Knight Professor of Digital Media Strategy. Both his work and teaching focus on the content and revenue strategies of existing and emerging media companies. He explores the intersection of technology and media, employing a human-centered design process to examine how new tools and techniques will affect the creation, consumption and distribution of media. Jeremy also oversees Northwestern's Knight Lab and works with startups and foundations around the world to support existing and emerging media companies. And he builds experimental storytelling projects for media companies like The Washington Post.
Before rejoining Northwestern, he helped The Washington Post identifying, creating, and executing unique digital products, storytelling experiences and digital strategies. Before that, worked for National Geographic develop and deploy its digital strategy and was an associate professor teaching media product design, interactive storytelling, web and print design tools and techniques for Medill and the Segal Design Institute at Northwestern University. Previously Jeremy led The Poynter Institute in rethinking and redesigning its industry leading website and served as an art director at a couple of newspapers.
Northwestern University: Medill School of Journalism
Jeremy has spoken around the world at conferences like SXSW, the Online News Association, Digital Summit, Digital Publishing Innovation Summit, Ad Week DC, American Public Media, CES, AEJMC, Storyology, the Festival of Media, Scoopcamp, Science Po and AEJMC.
In 2010 Jeremy helped restart the Society of News Design's best of digital design competition and has been running it ever since. He is an advisor to the University of West Virginia's journalism program and has been a judge for a variety of journalism competitions. He has volunteered with the Maynard Foundation and the Online News Association and the Poynter Institute's Women's Leadership Institute. He has worked closely with the Knight Foundation and the McCormick Foundation on a variety of projects.
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