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Deb Halpern Wenger, (@dhwenger) a 17-year broadcast news veteran, is an associate professor and director of undergraduate studies in journalism at the Meek School of Journalism and New Media. Prior to her academic appointments, Wenger was assistant news director at WFLA-TV in Tampa, Fla.
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Wenger conducts multimedia training in newsrooms around the country and is coauthor of the broadcast, online and multimedia journalism curricula for the Society of Professional Journalists’ Journalism Training Program, and she is a contributor to eCampus, its online training portal. She is also chair of SPJ’s national Professional Development Committee and has been a visiting faculty member for The Poynter Institute.

Wenger is co-author of a journalism textbook, “Advancing the Story: Broadcast Journalism in a Multimedia World,” which has been adopted by instructors in more than 100 journalism programs. She also produces a multimedia website: Her research on skills needed for success in today’s newsrooms has been published as a book chapter and in journal and trade publications. Wenger has also presented her findings at international conferences in Europe and Africa. (Email:


Matt Sheehan (@mattsheehan) is director of the 21st Century News Lab at the University of Florida College of Journalism and Communications. He’s a journalist/MBA and experiments in emerging media entrepreneurship. He spent two years as the COO of Mad Mariner LLC, a multimedia news firm specializing in recreational boating. Previously he was a senior administrator at the University of Maryland’s Philip Merrill College of Journalism focused on Web strategy, and was an assistant news editor at the Washington Post. In 2008, he earned an MBA focusing on digital strategy and change from the Robert H. Smith School of Business. (Email: