Media representatives, Valley Publicity Summit 2017

Every effort is made to ensure that media professionals who agreeb to appear at the Publicity Summit do indeed participate. The Society of Professional Journalists is not responsible for any media professional who for reasons beyond SPJ’s control cancels or otherwise does not participate in this event.

Please return as this list continues to grow with new additions!

Christina Barrueta, food and beverage writer, writeonrubee.com

Teri Carnicelli, editor, North Central News, Phoenix

Ali Dugaw, booking producer, Good Morning Arizona, KTVK-TV (Channel 3)

‘Michelle “Shelly” Talsman Everson, managing editor, Arizona Health & Living magazine, and freelancer specializing in community stories, local businesses, health and wellness, nonprofits, green living and lifestyle.

Christina Fuoco-Karaskinski, editor, The Entertainer magazine, Tempe

Debra Utacia Krol, freelance writer, Native American community journalism, including science and environmental issues, economic development, business, Native American art; travel/tourism [both Native and mainstream], Phoenix

Ilana Lowery, editor, Phoenix Business Journal

Martha Maurer, assistant news director, KTAR News (92.3 FM)

Kara Morrison, editor, Raising Arizona Kids magazine

Tyson Milanovich, executive producer, KNXV-TV (ABC 15)

Hayley Ringle, technology reporter, Phoenix Business Journal

Richard Ruelas, features reporter, The Arizona Republic/azcentral.com

Mike Saucier, editor, Frontdoors Media

Colleen Sparks, managing editor, San Tan Sun News, Times Media, Chandler

Douglas Towne, editor, Arizona Contractor & Community magazine

Carrie Watters, community editor, The Arizona Republic/azcentral.com

Ralph Zubiate, managing editor, East Valley Tribune, Ahwatukee Foothills News, Tempe

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Returning to moderate our media panel discussion that takes place before the pitching sessions will be Scott Davis, public information officer, Maricopa County Justice Courts, and former assignment editor for KTVK-TV (Channel 3) and KPHO-TV (Channel 5).