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Washington Post Publisher Katharine Weymouth at the 2011 Knight-Batten Awards

By Benét J. Wilson, DJTF co-chair, Online Managing Editor-Business Aviation, Aviation Week Group

Katharine Weymouth gives the keynote address at the 2011 Knight-Batten Awards.

Our publisher @weymouthk is speaking now at #KB11 awards for journalism innovation. Watch video via @AUSOCMedia: http://t.co/KEksVNN
washingtonpost
September 7, 2011
Weymouth: We need to make Journalism an essential, not an option. /via @AUSOCMedia (Broadcasting live at http://ustre.am/6Vcq) #kb11
NABJDigital
September 7, 2011
Interesting: @weymouthk of Washington Post: imagine how horrifying if Twitter, Youtube had been around for 9-11 #km11
MatthewWells
September 7, 2011
@MatthewWells @weymouthk The opposite. The world would have known a different 9/11 from the participants, not gatekeepers.
jeffjarvis
September 7, 2011
.@weymouthk quotes Bob Woodward: “hope is not a strategy” #KB11. live broadcast: http://t.co/pYHLOQ4)
NABJDigital
September 7, 2011
.@washingtonpost was one of the 1st newspapers to invest heavily in digital media, says Weymouth. #kb11
NABJDigital
September 7, 2011
“Everyone’s at the table – how are we going to tell this story in video, in photos, in print” -@weymouthk
pergam
September 7, 2011
#Innovations that have impact came about not as revolution but evolution. It’s about iteration.” ~ @weymouthk #creativity #journalism #kb11
SeanKellyStudio
September 7, 2011
Q. @WashingtonPost closing local bureaus? A. Only losing actual offices, says Weymouth. We can do better having people on the street. #kb11
NABJDigital
September 7, 2011
@washingtonpost’s @weymouthk: “I love print and I can’t imagine living without it, but it’s up to our consumers.”
pergam
September 7, 2011

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