"That's not what I said!"
with Ted Streuli, Editor, The Journal Record, and Nathan Elliott, Director of Content, KWTV — News 9
As communicators, part of our role is to interface with the media. But with that interaction comes the risk of being misquoted or taken out of context. What's the best way to work with a reporter when that happens and how do you prevent it from happening in the first place? The Journal Record's Ted Streuli will take on this topic and more from the print perspective and News 9's Nathan Elliott, from the broadcast perspective. In addition, learn how TV reporters put together stories, how sources are used and quoted and how best to communicate with reporters and station management.
Ted Streuli is a third-generation San Franciscan who grew up admiring the work of Herb Caen, Stanton Delaplane, Art Hoppe and Charles McCabe. His 28-year newspaper career has taken him from Northern California to Texas and Oklahoma, where he has been the editor of The Journal Record since 2004. Under his leadership The Journal Record has been named the state’s best paper in its circulation category by the Oklahoma Press Association ten of the past 12 years and has won numerous awards from the Associated Press. He serves on the Oklahoma Press Association Board of Directors, appears weekly on OETA’s Oklahoma News Report and can be heard regularly on NPR affiliates KGOU and KOSU as well as Tulsa news station KRMG.
Streuli also serves on the NAMI Oklahoma Board of Directors, the Camp Fire Central Oklahoma board, and the Leadership Oklahoma board. He is the founder of The Colby Foundation, which won national recognition in 2016 for its work related to mental illness. He is a graduate of Leadership Oklahoma City and Leadership Oklahoma and has also worked with the YWCA, Possibilities Inc., the Lake Thunderbird Educational Foundation and Harding Fine Arts Academy.
Streuli lives in Edmond with his wife, Betsey, an environmental attorney, and sons Raymond, 10, and Ryland, 7.
Nathan Elliott is Director of Content at KWTV News 9 in Oklahoma City. Nathan graduated from Oklahoma State University in 2004, earning a bachelor’s degree in Broadcast Journalism with a minor in Political Science. Nathan serves as a board member on FOI Oklahoma, an open government advocacy group.
He has more than a dozen years of broadcasting experience. Nathan has produced award-winning coverage of breaking news and weather events. His work has been recognized by The Heartland Chapter of the National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences, the Oklahoma Association of Broadcasters and the Oklahoma Associated Press Broadcasters.
The luncheon will be held at the Boldt Construction building at 100 W. Hefner Rd. Oklahoma City, OK 73114 (Click here for a Google Map). Please be sure to get there in time for networking — from 11:30 a.m. to 12 p.m. The actual luncheon will be from 12 p.m. to 1 p.m.
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