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Shazna Nessa is Director of Interactive at the Associated Press in New York. Nessa runs a global department that provides visual and interactive news content to customers in all formats. Nessa joined AP in 1999 in Paris and was transferred to New York a year later as an interactive news designer. In 2005, she was named interactive editor of asap, AP’s award-winning news service that produced multimedia-rich content using new storytelling techniques. In 2007, the London native and Sorbonne graduate left AP for a year to work at Conde Nast's Portfolio.com, as executive multimedia producer. Today her work is primarily focused around transitions in a rapidly shifting media ecosystem and the future of journalism.