Vice President, News and Content
Scott Libin joined Internet Broadcasting in September 2011, bringing three decades of experience as a journalist -- both on camera and behind the scenes – broadcast executive and journalism educator.
Internet Broadcasting’s News and Content includes 24x7x365 delivery of world, national, breaking and lifestyle news, comprising both curated and original content. Additional services include copy editing and an ongoing curriculum of best practices for digital business growth.
Prior to joining Internet Broadcasting, Libin was news director at WCCO-TV. Previous news director roles included KSTP-TV, also in the Twin Cities, and WGHP-TV, in the Greensboro/High Point/Winston-Salem, N.C., market, where he began as a reporter and anchor. Libin has twice been a full-time member of the resident faculty at The Poynter Institute, a school for journalists in St. Petersburg, Florida, where he led seminars for reporters, producers, editors, anchors and managers, and served as managing editor of the prestigious Poynter Online website. He has worked as a consultant and trainer for dozens of news organizations and has taught internationally from South Africa to China.
Libin began his career as a congressional press secretary and as a bureau reporter in Washington, D.C.
Libin holds an undergraduate degree in journalism and English from the University of Richmond, and a Master of Arts degree in journalism and public affairs from American University.