Editor for Greenspun Interactive, the Internet media division of the Greenspun Corporation. Greenspun Interactive’s role is to develop popular and profitable Web sites and other new-media properties that serve Las Vegas and Southern Nevada, as well as the tourist market for this region.
Vice President of Product Development for Washingtonpost.Newsweek Interactive. Leads a team committed to the development and deployment of new tools for journalists and viewers that can be seen across all WPNI properties.
Director of New Media/Convergence for the Naples and Bonita Daily News. Responsible for nearly all aspects of newspaper operations that don’t involve ink on paper — primarily editorial focus and innovation, future and current strategic initiatives, as well as new media revenue generation. The job also had an emphasis on the evolution of traditional newsroom responsibilities and the reinterpretation of what traditional media can mean in a local market. Web sites, video production, audio production, alternate-delivery of content to nearly any device and database development were core focuses.
Director of New Media/Convergence, The World Company. Along with responsibilities of running all aspects of World Online, also responsible for the day-to-day and strategic focus of the company’s converged operations for the combined news gathering staffs of the Lawrence Journal-World, 6 News television station and World Online.
General Manager, World Online, The Lawrence Journal-World. Responsible for all aspects of the newspaper’s Internet operation, primarily editorial focus and convergence of all World Company new assets (newspaper, television, online), and all revenue generation.
Director of New Media, The Topeka Capital-Journal. Responsible for all aspects of the newspaper’s Internet operation, primarily editorial focus and innovation, and all revenue generation. Manager of Midwest Content Group, Morris Digital Works. Responsible for consulting in sales and strategy, and re-building the Web sites for Morris Communications’ newspapers in seven states.
Manager of Internet Content Development, Morris Digital Works. Responsible for online content development and strategy for the entire Morris Communications chain.
New Media Editor, The Topeka Capital-Journal. Responsible for online editorial focus for the newspaper.
Political/State Reporter, The Topeka Capital-Journal.
Education Reporter/Webmaster, The Ottawa Herald.
Named to Washingtonian Magazineâ€™s annual list of the Washington D.C. metro areaâ€™s â€œ40 under 40.â€
Named to Creativity Magazine’s annual list of the 50 most creative people in the world.
naplesnews.com named Best Overall News Site in the nation and Studio 55 named Most Innovative Multimedia Storytelling – Newspaper Association of America.
Named by the National Newspaper of Associationâ€™s PRESSTIME magazine as one of the top â€œ20 Under 40″ in the newspaper industry.
naplesnews.com named best Best Internet News Service in the world – Editor & Publisher and Mediaweek magazines.
BonitaNews.com’s high school sports site named Most Innovative Multimedia Storytelling – Newspaper Association of America.
In a 4,000 word story outlining the innovations at the Lawrence Journal-World, The New York Times calls the Kansas daily paper “the newspaper of the future.”
LJWorld.com named best Best Internet News Service in the world and SteamBoatHomefinder.com named best local real estate site in the world – Editor & Publisher and Mediaweek magazines.
LJWorld.com named best Best Overall News Site in the nation, Lawrence.com named best entertainment site in the nation, and LJWorld.com/sports named best sports site in the nation – Newspaper Association of America.
With the Lawrence Journal-World’s convergence and “Web innovations far too numerous to list here,” Editor & Publisher magazine named the newspaper to its annual list of the 10 newspapers “That Do It Right.”
Lawrence.com named best Internet entertainment service in the world and KUsports.com named best Internet sports service in the world – Editor & Publisher and Mediaweek magazines.
Lawrence.com named best entertainment site in the nation – Newspaper Association of America.
Best overall newspaper Internet service (LJWorld.com); Best Internet news service (LJWorld.com); Best Internet sports service (KUsports.com; Best Internet entertainment service (Lawrence.com) – Editor & Publisher and Mediaweek magazines.
KUsports.com named best sports site in the nation; the Lawrence Journal-World was the only newspaper in the nation to be a finalist in every single Digital Edge category – Newspaper Association of America.
Most Innovative Use of Digital Media for News Event (CJOnline’s Kansas Legislature site); Best Specialized Content Site (HawkZone.com); Best Online Sales Campaign in the Nation (CJOnline.com); Most Innovative Use of Digital Media for a Feature Story (Hannibal.net’s Mark Twain site) – Newspaper Association of America.
Best newspaper site in the nation (CJOnline.com); Best specialized news site in the world (CJOnline.com); Best use of multimedia (Hannibal.net) – Editor & Publisher magazine.
New Media Pioneer of the Year for the newspaper industry – Newspaper Association of America.
Best classifieds section in the nation (TopekaHomefinder.com); Best online sales campaign in the nation (CatZone.com) – Newspaper Association of America.
Best newspaper site in the nation (StAugustine.com) – Editor & Publisher magazine.
Best newspaper site in the nation (OnlineAthens.com) – Newspaper Association of America.
Best Regional or City Guide in the Nation (JuneauAlaska.com) – Newspaper Association of America.1999 Best newspaper site in the nation (SearchColorado.com) – Newspaper Association of America.
Best newspaper site in Kansas and Missouri – Kansas City Press Club and the Society of Professional Journalists.
Top sports story of the year in Kansas – Kansas Press Association.
Kansas collegiate sports writer of the year – Kansas Associated Collegiate Press.
Editor in Chief of the Top Ten rated high school newspaper in the nation as determined by the Journalism Education Association and the National Scholastic Press Association.