Whether you had your first encounter with Reddit in recent months or have been a user for over a decade, the power of its communities has never been more apparent. Come learn how journalists can effectively engage with the platform.  

Reddit is a massive collection of over 100,000 communities based on interests, and one of the largest websites in the world. Its highly engaged audience of over 52 million daily active users shares and discusses everything from news to memes and nearly every imaginable topic, shaping the broader culture discourse along the way. Yet, Reddit is used less as a content source by journalists than many other social media platforms. Senior Partnerships Manager for News and Journalism, Gabriel Sands, will explain how Reddit works and how journalists can benefit from its vast troves of high-quality content and conversation. 

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