Panel speakers discussed on the topic of “Ethnicity & Diversity Online” and emphasized the role of the platform to create a more diverse community. Photo by Wee So-yeon.
Emily Epstein, the executive editor of Bustle, aims to witness and present stories to readers for them to decide how to react and digest. Photo provided by Alexandra Finkel.
Axios aims to stand at the intersection between politics, business and technology through their distinct platform for mobile phones. Photo by Cho In-hyo.
Alexandra Finkel, Bustle’s Editorial Operations Director, explained how Bustle makes effort to fulfill millennial womens’ need for news. Photo provided by Alexandra Finkel.
Stephanie Clary, Managing Editor at Mic, refers the millennials as ‘change makers’, and targets them as their main audience, taking content and making it work on social media so people can engage with it more easily. Photo by Cho In-hyo.
Deepr journalist Chung In-seon provides guide journalism to her readers who are mainly in their 20s or 30s. Photo provided by EUBS
Guk Beom-geun of G pictures creates videos that interpret news in a fun and accessible way for his millennial viewers. Photo provided by EUBS
Mediati CEO Kang Jeong-su supports media startups with vision and potential such as Deepr and G pictures. Photo provided by EUBS