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Some of you will remember it as the gloriously organic Barcamp News Innovation; some will recall last year’s fresh rename.
Either way, you know Klein News Innovation Camp as the live, ground-up conversation about newsroom trends and how journalism can best serve their communities, with programming determined day-of according to attendees’ suggestions.
It’s the biggest gathering of journalists, editors and media makers in the Philadelphia region. It’s a blast.
But here’s the real lede for you: The 10th-annual Klein Camp (!!!) is taking place on Saturday, Oct. 13, at Temple University — as always, thanks to organizing partner Klein College of Media and Communication.
That’s intentionally before the midterm election season dominates every newsroom, and just distant enough from our much-beloved Online News Association conference that we hope all will be able to join.
In addition to most newsrooms in the Philadelphia region, we’re always joined by friends from brands such as the New York Times, Washington Post, Wall Street Journal, Vox Media, Fortune, TED and many more from around the East Coast.
Come meet and learn with more than 250 media professionals and enthusiasts. The day includes a light breakfast, lunch and an afterparty.
And, as this year marks a decade of the unconference, expect some surprises. See you there.-30-
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