During this week's career chat, I talked with Mark Luckie, national innovations editor at The Washington Post and creator of the blog 10,000 Words.

Luckie described what he does as national innovations editor, what skills he uses most, and what he's learned on the job. He also drew on his experiences to talk about emerging trends in journalism, where journalism is heading, and how journalists can head there, too.

You can revisit this page at any time to replay the chat, which is part of an occasional series aimed at highlighting new jobs in journalism.