Cliff was one of the primary architects of The New York Times’ transformation to digital and mobile publishing. Winner of two Pulitzer prizes, Cliff will talk about how to capture readers’ attention on any type of screen and how to adapt what you publish on the desktop for the smartphone experience.
Watch the recording to learn:
- How to compose stories that work well on mobile
- Why you need to put yourself in the shoes of your audience
- How to run “experiments” with your content
Deputy Managing Editor, The New York Times
Clifford J. Levy is a deputy managing editor at The New York Times who oversees digital platforms. He is a two-time winner of the Pulitzer Prize, and has received several other honors, including three George Polk Awards, the Overseas Press Club Award and the National Magazine Award. Before joining the masthead of The Times, he led the editorial team that developed NYT Now, a groundbreaking app that The Times operated from 2014 to 2016.
Greg is the executive chairman and co-founder of SocialChorus, the leading workforce communications platform. Greg has helped brands and consumers connect online since the early days of the internet. 2Market, a Silicon Valley startup that he co-founded, pioneered the development of interactive shopping before being acquired by AOL in 1995. In the past, he has worked at Sun Microsystems, Apple Computer, and AOL.