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October 2022 Monthly Meeting - The Changing Landscape of Today's Media

Join us as we welcome John Shryock, Digital Content Manager, and Bethany Davis, Reporter from WSFA 12 News. They will speak to us about how to work with the changing landscape of media in a digital world.

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October 2022 Monthly Meeting - The Changing Landscape of Today's Media
October 2022 Monthly Meeting - The Changing Landscape of Today's Media

Time & Location

Oct 11, 2022, 11:45 AM – 1:00 PM

Montgomery, RSA Plaza Terrace, 770 Washington Ave, Montgomery, AL 36104, USA

About The Event

John Shryock has worked at WSFA 12 News in various capacities for 16 years, primarily in roles focused on the station's digital properties. He is currently the station's Digital Content Manager and oversees a team of four other digital producers. John's responsibilities include the development of original, compelling content as well as monitoring and covering breaking news, weather sports and special reports across all the stations digital platforms. Those include the station's website, WSFA.com, as well as its mobile apps, CTV, and social media platforms such as Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.

John was born and raised in Shelby County but graduated from Jemison High School in Chilton County in 2002. He then attended Auburn University where he graduated with a bachelor's degree specializing in Radio, Television and Film in 2006. John has grown with WSFA 12 News from an internship to studio production, to news development and digital content creation. During his time with WSFA 12 News, the station's digital properties have outperformed the market and are ranked among the highest in all of Gray Television's stations across 113 television markets.

Bethany Davis is a general assignment reporter for WSFA 12 News. She came to WSFA 12 News in March 2000 as a producer while attending Auburn Montgomery. She worked on the weekday 5,6 and 10 p.m. newscasts until she was named executive producer of Today in Alabama in 2005. In 2008, she began presenting segments in front of the camera and had completely transitioned into her role as a general assignment reporter by 2010.

She's been part of WSFA 12 News' award winning coverage of events like the Rosa Parks Museum opening, Hurricane Ivan and the Enterprise Tornado in 2007. She was the first reporter on the scene when Alabama State Troopers raided VictoryLand Casino in 2010 and reported live as the sun came up over the destruction of the 2011 tornadoes in Elmore County.

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