April 15: Povich Center Workshop & Jamboree


April 15: Povich Center Workshop & Jamboree
Feb 28, 2017

- 9:00 a.m Check In & Breakfast

Schedule and the List of Participants:

- 9:30 a.m. Welcoming Remarks

David Povich

Rafael Lorente

10 a.m. Presentation: Admissions

Lisa Berglund

- 10 a.m. Panel: “Why Sports Journalism”

Moderator: George Solomon, Director of the Shirley Povich Center for Sports Journalism


Callie Caplan, Sports Editor, The Diamondback

Aaron Carter, High School Sports Reporter, Philadelphia Daily News

Liz Clarke, Washington Redskins beat writer, The Washington Post

David Meeks, Managing Editor, USA Today Sports

Joe Yasharoff, Sports Production Adjunct Professor, Merrill College


- 11 a.m.

 Columns Features

Liz Clarke, Sportswriter, The Washington Post

David Steele, Sportswriter, The Sporting News

Barry Svrluga, Sportswriter, The Washington Post

Sports  TV – In Front of & Behind the Camera

Joe Yasharoff, Sports Production Adjunct Professor, Merrill College

Dianna Russini, Anchor, SportsCenter

Sports Photography & Design

Chris Rukan, Art Director, The Washington Post

John McDonnell, Sports Photographer, The Washington Post

- 12 p.m. Lunch

Keynote Speakers: Jim Brady, CEO & Founder of Billy Penn & Rhiannon Walker, Associate Editor, The Undefeated

- 1 p.m.

Covering the Beat

Jon Solomon, National college football reporter at CBS Sports

Daniel Gallen, Sports Reporter, Penn Live

Sports Radio

Andy Pollin, Sports Radio Host, ESPN 570

- 2 p.m.

Working for the Team

Mike “Mex” Carey, Assistant Athletics Director for Communications, Georgetown University

Matt Williams, Strategic Communications

Jessica Schuler, Former Assistant Director of Athletic Communications at GW

Sports Websites and Multimedia

Danielle Cadet, The Undefeated

John X. Miller, The Undefeated

Michael Stern, Co-founder, The Left Bench


- 3 p.m.



George Solomon, Director Shirley Povich Center for Sports Journalism, former Sports Editor, The Washington Post

Danielle Cadet, Senior Editor, The Undefeated

Gabe Hiatt, Sports Editor, Washington Post Express


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