David Cohn

David Cohn
Founder, Spot.Us


David Cohn has written for Wired, Seed, Columbia Journalism Review and The New York Times. While working toward his master’s degree at Columbia University’s Graduate School of Journalism, Cohn worked with Jay Rosen as the editor at newassignment.net and Jeff Jarvis from Buzzmachine.com to organize the first two Networked Journalism Summits. He has been a contributing editor at NewsTrust.net and helps to run Broowaha, a citizen journalism network. Most recently he is the founder of Spot.Us a nonprofit to pioneer community funded reporting.


Location: Odets (4th Floor) Level:
Matthew Bernius (Open Publishing Lab at the Rochester Institute of Technology), Michael Riordan (Open Publishing Lab at the Rochester Institute of Technology), David Cohn (Spot.Us), Dan Pacheco (BookBrewer.com)
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In order to survive in this time of radical change, research and development is becoming an integral part of the newspaper industry. This panel brings together the heads of three cutting-edge open source, news R&D projects (Spot.Us, Printcasting, and the Innovation News) to discuss their work and the alternative news publishing models they believe are the future of the news. Read more.
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