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Journalism in a Time of Disruption 
SABEW’s 56th annual Spring conference will explore the many challenges – and opportunities – our industry faces today. Through skills session, keynotes and networking, we’ll help reporters and news managers do their jobs better and make sense of what’s happening in our industry. We look forward to seeing you at ASU’s casual campus setting in sunny Phoenix where you’ll get a chance to connect with colleagues old and new and ensure that business journalism continues to thrive.

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Saturday, May 18 • 10:05am - 10:55am
BIB Winners: How They Did It

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Producing award-winning journalism takes time, effort and persistence. Hear from those whose hard work paid off. Join some of this year’s Best in Business award honorees as they talk about the pursuit of their winning stories.

Hearing from our Best in Business winners has become a SABEW conference tradition. It’s journalists talking shop about good journalism — a topic we all love to spend time on!

Room 256 - The azcentral.com classroom, located on the 2nd Floor of ASU’s Cronkite School, 555 North Central Ave., Phoenix.

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Jim Nelson

Marquette University, Journalism instructor, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, Business editor
James has been an editor for the Journal Sentinel in business news, and before that in local news, since the 1995 merger of the Milwaukee Journal and Milwaukee Sentinel. At the Milwaukee Sentinel, Nelson spent 10 years as a reporter covering City Hall, Milwaukee County government... Read More →

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Hannah Denham

Student, Washington and Lee University
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Will Fitzgibbon

Senior reporter, International Consortium of Investigative Journalists
Will Fitzgibbon joined ICIJ in 2014 and coordinated the Fatal Extraction investigation that examined the impact of Australian mining companies in Africa. It remains one of the largest pan-African collaborations of journalists. Will has reported on ICIJ projects, including West Africa Leaks, Paradise Papers and Panama Papers. He coordinates ICIJ's partnerships... Read More →
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Margaret McGill

Technology reporter, POLITICO
Margaret Harding McGill is a technology reporter for POLITICO Pro. She previously wrote about telecom for Law360 in Washington, D.C. She moved to D.C. from Pittsburgh, Pa., where she spent five years covering the Pittsburgh police and other Western Pennsylvania law enforcement agencies... Read More →

Saturday May 18, 2019 10:05am - 10:55am MST