Please join us Saturday, June 17 for our next monthly meeting: “Managing Media: News, Diversity & the Future”. We will be joined Marc Duvoisin and Todd Mokhtari, news managers of two of SoCal’s largest news outlets, the Los Angeles Times and NBC4, respectively. The meeting will take place at the SAG-AFTRA building at 11 a.m.
Marc Duvoisin is the managing editor of the Los Angeles Times. A graduate of Johns Hopkins University with a degree in humanities, he broke into the newspaper business at The (Bergen) Record in Hackensack, NJ. He joined the Los Angeles Times in 2001 as an assistant managing editor. In 2007, he became a deputy managing editor, overseeing the paper’s daily Column One feature and its major investigative, explanatory and narrative projects. He was named managing editor in August 2012.
Todd Mokhtari is NBC4’s vice president of news. A graduate of University of California, Davis with political science and rhetoric and communications degrees, he began his career at NBC affiliate KCRA-TV in Sacramento, CA as an intern eventually becoming a producer. After serving as NBC4’s managing editor in 2006, he became news director and web manager for KIRO-TV in Seattle. He returned to NBC4 as vice president in June 2012.