Hyde Post is a veteran journalist with special expertise in designing and executing communications strategies for businesses. Previously, he was vice president, media strategy, for News Distribution Network, a national digital video aggregation and distribution company based in Atlanta. He also served as Vice President, Internet for The Atlanta Journal-Constitution and its web portfolio, including ajc.com, and accessatlanta.com until 2009. He was one of the original developers of ajc.com in 1998. Prior to focusing full-time on the web, he worked at the AJC as a reporter, special projects editor and assistant managing editor for local news. Projects he edited and/or directed earned numerous awards, including two Pulitzer Prizes. When he’s not kayacking or backpacking through the wilderness --- less dangerous than working with the O’Donnell team --- he serves as a board member for NFOIC and maintains his role as a founder of the Georgia First Amendment Foundation (a member of NFOIC).