Introducing Media Together: Where Media Pros Find Solutions for the Future

Connecting you one story at a time

Media Together is helping laid off and furloughed employees land back on their feet.

Every media company is pushing against an ocean right now, bracing itself for when the coronavirus wave crashes upon the shores of its business. Over the past several weeks, countless media professionals—from journalists to ad-tech staffers, sales reps and ad-sales marketers—have been furloughed or laid off.
We want to help.
As a publication that covers the ins and outs of the media business, we find ourselves at a unique vantage point, able to serve the very community we cover. We are a hub for the media world, which means we can provide a conduit for you, our readers, to connect.

The project, Media Together, is a place to gather, tell your stories and find solutions for the future. Tell us in 500 words who you are, what you do, what skills you have and your experience of working through these troubling times. The goal is to connect those who are looking for work with those who can provide jobs.
Add your perspective to this Google Form, and with your permission, we will publish below.
Editor’s note: This page will be continuously updated, so please check back often and continue to submit responses through our Google Form.

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Bernice Veloz, New York

Senior account manager, Culture Trip; content and partnerships manager, Publicis Media Group; marketing coordinator, Univision; producer, Company 3
Find Bernice on LinkedIn here.

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Joshua Eaton, Washington, D.C.

Investigative reporter, CQ Roll Call; investigative reporter, ThinkProgress; freelance cybersecurity correspondent, The Christian Science Monitor; freelance reporter, Al Jazeera America; digital producer, New England Center for Investigative Reporting
Find Joshua on LinkedIn here.
View Joshua’s portfolio here.

Joan Michelson, Washington, D.C.

Contributor, Forbes; contributor, HuffPost; communications consultant and coach
Find Joan on LinkedIn here.

Cambria Roth, New York

Audience and growth, Brooklyn Eagle; fact-checker, NewsGuard; digital editor, Crosscut/KCTS9
View Cambria’s LinkedIn here.
View Cambria’s portfolio here.

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Michelle Loughry, Austin

Vice president of operations, Vine Collective; director of marketing, Envision Creative; director of marketing, SaleAMP; content marketing manager, Vyopta; director of accounts, Broken Records
Find Michelle on LinkedIn here.

Tyler Moss, Boston

Content director, Wanderu; freelance magazine writer, Time; editor in chief and managing editor, Writer’s Digest
Find Tyler on LinkedIn here.
View Tyler’s portfolio here.

Tennyson Wilson, San Francisco

Partner and head of media, Demonstrate
Find Tennyson on LinkedIn here.

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Kevin Stalder, New York

Vice president, product and partnerships, Trust Metrics
Find Kevin on LinkedIn here.

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@joshsternberg Josh Sternberg is the former media and tech editor at Adweek.
@SaraJerde sara.jerde@adweek.com Sara Jerde is publishing editor at Adweek, where she covers traditional and digital publishers’ business models. She also oversees political coverage ahead of the 2020 election.