Life After Digital
The First Event
The first Life After Digital forum was held on April 23, 2009. A group of four journalist-entrepreneurs came together to talk to a crowd of 100 media pros about how journalists can make practical use of digital publishing tools.
While creating the event, James Erik Abels founded Three Minute Media.
Ty Ahmad-Taylor is the founder of FanFeedr, a start-up that lets people quickly find the sports news they crave. He was previously a digital product development and strategy executive at big media companies such as MTV Networks (Viacom).
Sara Clemence is the co-founder of RecessionWire, a “pop up site” focusing on the floundering economy. After stints at Forbes.com and Condé Nast’s Portfolio, Clemence is now the Deputy Business Editor of the New York Post.
Thomas P. Farley is the founder of New York Insider TV, a Web video network covering Manhattan’s posh party circuit. He previously was a senior editor at Hearst’s Town & Country magazine.
Brian Farnham is the editor of AOL’s Patch, a network of digital news sites that bring small-town news to local communities the old-fashioned way, by paying journalists. He was previously the editor of Time Out New York.