Panel Discussion:

Moderation in a Time of Unprecedented Change
On Demand | 1hr

Between people’s uncertainty about the state of the world and increasing tensions around social justice, individuals from all walks of life are using social spaces online as an outlet to share their opinions.

Unfortunately, some of this content is proving to be harmful to the overall health of digital communities.

Join our industry expert panel to learn about all things moderation and what you can do to keep your digital properties safe!

 

Presented by:
Viafoura | Graham Media | Editor & Publisher

What We'll Discuss:

  • The Current State of the World
    How digital publishers' philosophy around moderation is changing and why.
  • Identifying & Responding to Trolls
    What kind of trolls are there? How do you easily spot them and what do you do about them. We'll talk through real examples and best practices.
  • How to Reclaim Your Digital Properties
    How do you get ownership back of your brand identity and get advertisers to want to be on your site.

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Our Panel

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Mike Blinder
Owner/Publisher of Editor and Publisher Magazine

Mike has a long history with media and eventually started one of the 1st digital newspapers in the United Stated where he was nominated by the Newspaper Association of American as "Digital Pioneer." Today, Mike owns one of the world's most respected media consulting firms and is Publisher of Editor and Publisher Magazine where he continues to help influence and educate the global media industry.

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Dustin Block
Audience Development Lead, Graham Media

Dustin is a media professional with 19 years of experience building online news experiences for local and national audiences. He's focused on engagement journalism and smart ways to grow digital audiences into community news evangelists.

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Leigh Adams
Director Moderation Services, Viafoura

For over ten years, Leigh has been working closely with publishers to help weather the storms of online commenting. She is also experienced in working with newsrooms to manage user engagement and behavior. Currently, Leigh helps bridge the gap between automated and human moderation solutions.