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Rodney Gibbs

Rodney Gibbs is chief product officer of The Texas Tribune, where he is responsible for defining the Tribune's digital roadmap and strategy. Leading collaborations between editorial, engineering and design, he oversees a portfolio of products that bolster the Tribune’s position as a leader in journalism, user engagement and innovation. Over his 25-year career, he has helped broadcast and digital media companies navigate disruptive transitions and adapt to new platforms and audiences. Rodney founded and sold two digital media companies and has served on a number of boards—including KLRU, KUT/KUTX, Austin Film Society, The International Game Developers Association and Big Brothers Big Sisters. Outside of work, he’s passionate about travel, film, record collecting and swimming holes. Rodney has a BA from Rice University and a MFA from The University of Texas at Austin.

Recent Contributions

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Who Said It: Donald Trump or Mark Cuban?

While he says he’s open to being a running mate for either Hillary Clinton or Donald Trump, Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban often sounds more like Trump. See if you can tell the bombastic billionaires apart in our quotation quiz.

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T-Squared: TribFest Snaps

At this week's Tribune Fest, we introduce our first Snapchat team. It will cover everything from the opening keynote to the closing party in a way, and on a platform, that engages young people.

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Callie Richmond

T-Squared: Mirror Images

At this year's Texas Tribune Festival, we partnered with Twitter to capture backstage images of politicians and pundits on the social media company's Internet-connected, do-it-your-selfie photo booth.

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