Katherine K. Ellis

Program Associate

Katherine K. Ellis is a Program Associate focusing primarily on diversity initiatives and marketing outreach for the American Press Institute.

She is a former NPR’s Next Gen Radio fellow and also spent time at USA TODAY NETWORK-Wisconsin. Katherine is a graduate of the University of Utah where she studied journalism, marketing and public relations. While at UofU, she served as editor-in-chief of the Daily Utah Chronicle and spearheaded its transformation from a daily printed paper to a bi-weekly print, digital first publication.

API Field Notes: We’re talking about subscriptions and analytics in California, New York, Wisconsin

We’ll be meeting with news publishers in New York, Wisconsin and California over the next few days to share some insights about how to run a subscriber-driven news business and how to get real value out of analytics. Our Deputy Executive Director Jeff Sonderman is giving a keynote to the Wisconsin Newspaper Association conference today about […]

API Field Notes: We’re helping metro newspapers use metrics to better understand their audience

Two people from the American Press Institute are in Detroit today to work on newsroom culture and analytics with teams from local newspapers from Detroit, Omaha, Sacramento and Pittsburgh. The meeting is part of the Knight Temple Lenfest News Initiative.1 Our Director of Content Strategy Liz Worthington is showing the teams how to get the […]

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Update Sept. 4, 2018: The insights and takeaways from API’s Thought Leader Summit on newsroom listening have been published in our report “How a culture of listening strengthens reporting and relationships.” The American Press Institute held a Thought Leader Summit on newsroom listening and dialogue projects on March 27 in Nashville, TN. It gathered community-minded […]

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