Seth Liss is the director of audience engagement at the Los Angeles Times. He has worked at the San Jose Mercury News, the Sun Sentinel in South Florida, and WAMU, the NPR station in Washington. Liss was managing editor at the Poynter Institute before joining Tribune in 2016 as a digital content director.
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