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14 Nov 2017
Buenos Aires

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Specialist in Digital Projects, Argentina

Ezequiel Arbusti is a specialist in online audience development, digital content creation and planning for websites and Social Media for media and brands. He is a Search Engine Optimization (SEO) and Content Management System (CMS) consultant, with a focus on entertainment. He has helped various digital mediums, such as TKM and Terra, to grow their operations in Latin America. Arbusti holds a degree in Industrial Engineering, a Bachelor's degree in Economics and a Master's Degree in Corporate Finance. He currently works as a consultant and speaker on Digital Media topics.

Author of the book "La Reinvención de The New York Times" & Digital Media Expert, Spain

Author of the book "The Reinvention of the New York Times" and editor of the weekly newsletter Tendenci@s on the latest digital media trends. Ismael Nafría is an independent journalist, writer, editor, consultant and speaker specialized in digital media. He was journalist in residence at The Knight Center for Journalism in the Americas at University of Texas at Austin for the 2016-2017 during which he wrote his book on the NYTimes, his fourth. He was the Digital Innovation and Content Director (2011-2016) at Grupo Godo and deputy editor at Prisacom, the Internet company of Grupo PRISA (2005-2008) . He has led several consultancy projects for media companies worldwide and is the author of three other books on journalism and digital media. For more information, visit his website:  www.ismaelnafria.com

Innovation Editor, Correio*, Brazil

Juan Torres is a (data) journalist. Works as Innovation Editor at Correio* (Salvador, Brazil) and also as project manager at School of Data in Brazil, giving trainings on data journalism around Brazil. In 2016, was an ICFJ fellow for the Digital Path for Entrepreneurship and Innovation in Latin America program and worked at The Texas Tribune. Some of his works have been recognized in several awards, such as Latam Digital Media Awards (2015, 2016 and 2017), INMA Global Media Awards (2016 and 2017), Vladimir Herzog for Amnesty and Human Rights (2016), Tim Lopes for Investigative Journalism (2015), Data Journalism Awards (2012), Kurt Schork Awards (2012) and Esso Awards (2011). Has also worked at Marca (Spain), Globoesporte.com (Rio de Janeiro), Extra (Rio de Janeiro), EFE agency (Rio de Janeiro), and Pan-American Games (Rio de Janeiro).

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