Michael Skoler was President of Louisville Public Media, running three news and music public radio stations, the Kentucky Center for Investigative Reporting, websites, events and collaborations with public radio stations throughout Kentucky and the Ohio River Valley. Michael was vice president of Interactive Media for Public Radio International for six years, where he oversaw PRI’s online and social strategy and its technology platform.

Michael was an award-winning science and foreign correspondent for NPR, best known for his coverage of the genocide in Rwanda. He was an early pioneer in crowdsourcing and founded the Public Insight Network of 250,000 citizen sources now used by 60+ newsrooms.

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