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MyDigiMedia is a digital strategy consultant and adapts current and emerging technologies to solve problems in mainstream journalism/ journalism education. Her team of consultants and programmers at MyDigiMediaGroup helps news and tech organizations innovate. MyDigiMediahas worked with media companies and other groups around the world, including major television networks, national newspapers, tech startups, media associations and journalism schools.

Amy has spent more than 15 years working within media as a reporter, publisher and consultant. She began her career as a reporter/ writer with Newsweek (Tokyo) and the Wall Street Journal (Hong Kong) where she covered emerging technology, media and cultural trends. She has contributed to New York Times, NPR, Economist, Philadelphia Inquirer and many publications and broadcast shows. Her work has been recognized with awards/nominations from Webby, Editor & Publisher, Investigative Reporters & Editors, Society of Professional Journalists, W3 and IAVA. She has a M.S. from the Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism and holds a B.A. in political economics from Indiana University in Bloomington, IN. She also earned Nikyu Certification in the Japanese government-administered Language Proficiency Test and speaks fluently.

Amy serves on the Board of Directors for the Online News Association, the Advisory Board for Temple University’s Journalism Program and an Advisory Board for the International Center for Journalists. She has been on the adjunct journalism faculty at University of Maryland, Temple University, Tokyo University and University of the Arts. Amy is a featured speaker at conferences and workshops and appears on various television shows and vodcasts/ podcasts. She can be found on twitter and FriendFeed.

Amy lives in Baltimore, Maryland with her husband, Brian Woolf. In her spare time, she enjoys roasting her own coffee beans and jogging around the Inner Harbor.

MyDigiMediaGroup Specialties:

• Digital strategy for current/ future monetization and growth
• Selection and implementation of content management systems and other third party applications
• Multiple-channel digital communications and channel diversification (web, Podcasting, blogs, syndication)
• Converting single-platform content into multiple-platform products for monetization and growth
• Strategic planning to launch first-time publications or relaunch websites
• Leading development teams to design and implement new web applications
• Training reporters and editors on how to tell stories digitally
• Providing strategic analysis of a site’s effectiveness
• Working with web teams to harness and use social networking tools

Clients

Our client base includes: Knight Foundation, People.com, ABCNews.com, Columbia University, the Kaiser Family Foundation and many others. If you would like more information, please contact us at contact [at] mydigimedia [dot] com.

MyDigiMediaGroup is based in Baltimore, MD and includes programmers, trainers and a business development consulting partner. We work with organizations around the world. For more information, please see the MyDigiMediaGroup site.