Jose Zamora has been a photography enthusiast since age 15, when he started taking pictures for a newspaper in Guatemala. At the time he worked with film and a dark room. 10 years ago he started taking pictures with his mobile phone. Today, 99 percent of his photography is take with an iPhone. // Currently, Jose works at Univision, where he leads strategic communications for Univision News. In that role he is responsible of ensuring that content produced by Univision’s news division has the widest possible reach and impact. Jose also manages the integration of media innovations into the newsroom and helps develop partnerships with foundations, nonprofits and other media and technology organizations that allow Univision News to further inform, engage and empower its audience. Prior to joining Univision, Jose managed Knight Foundation’s Knight News Challenge, an initiative to spur media innovation across the world. Zamora also helped manage Knight Foundation’s journalism program, where he helped develop over 100 grants to advance media innovation and freedom of the press. Zamora’s work included pioneering new type of grants and funding mechanisms such as program related investments and creating intellectual property language and open-source software guidelines for new experimental grant-making. He is a journalist and a former news executive with elPeriódico in Guatemala. He has a law degree from Universidad Francisco Marroquín, a specialization in media law from Oxford’s Media Law Advocates Programme and a master’s in public affairs and a certification in mediation from the University of Texas at Austin, and a strategic marketing management executive program certificate from Stanford University. Jose serves on the board of directors of the Online News Association, the Craig Newmark Graduate School of Journalism Foundation, and on the advisory board of the Committee to Protect Journalists.