leads collaborations between engineering, editorial and design to advance the Tribune's digital reach, audience growth and revenue stability. He obsesses over how technology shapes collaborative journalism and vice versa. This fixation stems from his background in storytelling and entrepreneurship. After writing scripts for television shows and video games, Rodney founded and sold two mobile app development companies. He has served on the advisory boards of KLRU, KUT, Austin Film Society, International Game Developers Association and Big Brothers Big Sisters.
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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With the Dallas hospital that handled the first Ebola case in the U.S. saying it's sorry for its mistakes, we begin our weekly playlist of songs inspired by Texas news with Gregory Isaacs' "I Owe You Some Apology."
Our livestream of Sen. Wendy Davis' abortion filibuster made for an incredible night of television. Today we're launching a Kickstarter campaign to make live, unfiltered video the norm in Texas politics.