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The Society of American Business Editors and Writers, (S.A.B.E.W.) along with The National Endowment for Financial Education (N.E.F.E.) supported and embraced Freelancers and Business Journalist today under a personal finance scope of thought to drive innovation in storytelling to their main audience. The displayed panelist consisted of Lauren Young, Wealth Editor, Thomson Reuters (left); Patrick Regnier, Writer and Assistant Managing Editor, at Money; Maggie Leung, Growing Team Leader, NerdWallet; and Jennifer Barrett, CNBC Digital’s Personal Finance Editor.
Due to the financial crisis in 2008 and recent layoff announcements in The New York Times, topics that matter within corporate newsrooms are being addressed by paneled companies that have either restructured thought for reporters or development innovative ways of storytelling to redesign their main audience. So who are our stakeholders today in the market of business journalism? According, to the Producer/Moderator, Lisa Gibbs, Associated Press, nourishing financial thought today delivers a different business model to solve financial problems for the core audience that identifies the gap of Investigative Journalism. With digital breakthroughs to deliver breaking news content to the forward-thinking audience, a legacy of service and commitment in business is required to get an audience today to align their values.
So why conduct a panel discussion if the Financial content echoes results? Well, in turbulent times, one needs to manage competent leadership. Motivating, identifying, and helping participants to understand how or what is involved about a specific issue during massive layoffs is for a panel to clarify optimism. What is important to understand today is in order to manage your business model as a business journalist, you must understand the technology that drives your story.
Get Social! Get Connected with these individuals and stay in tune with your subject expertise. For more information about the S.A.B.E.W. log onto: http://sabew.org. For production information about the panelist please visit: www.nefe.org.