Panel: ‘The Changing Media Landscape’

Mark your calendar …

What: A panel discussion about current trends, led by six “media influencers.” A different kind of panel (we hope), with a real conversation among the participants, and no PowerPoint in sight (Columbia Journalism Dialogues series).

When: Tuesday, Nov. 13, 2007, from 6:30 to 9 p.m.

Where: Columbia Graduate School of Journalism, Lecture Hall, third floor; 116th Street and Broadway, New York (see map)

Who:

  • Josh Cohen, business product manager, Google News
  • Hossein “Hoder” Derakhshan, an Iranian-born blogger, journalist, and Internet activist
  • Jonathan Dube, director of digital programming, CBC News
  • Andrew Lih, author of a new book on Wikipedia and expert on Chinese media
  • Mindy McAdams, new media education pioneer and professor at University of Florida
  • Michael Rogers, resident futurist at The New York Times
  • Sree Sreenivasan (panel moderator), dean of students, Columbia Journalism School, and technology reporter, WNBC-TV

No RSVP required. No charge. Open to the public. Reception from 6:30 to 7 p.m.

Update (Nov. 15): Archived video of the panel here.

6 Comments on “Panel: ‘The Changing Media Landscape’

  1. To my knowledge, there is no Webcast. The Web page from Columbia has almost no information on it. Maybe this week they will add something, but I have no control over that.

  2. Mindy– Were I in NY, I’d try to make it. I’m curious if you can quiz Josh about Google News and the “First Click Free” concept, which allows readers to end-run around paywalls. I covered this in Part 5 of my series on TimesSelect that I mentioned to the ONA list today.

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