Teaching Online Journalism

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)


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.

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  1. Would love to attend and contribute … but how? webcast?

  2. Mindy says:

    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.

  3. OK, got that. i’ll contact Sree Sreenivasan and see what the latest is …

  4. 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.

  5. Mindy– I missed the talk. Did you get a chance to ask Josh Cohen the question I had? Thanks, Jon

  6. Mindy says:

    I have not had time to read up on the click thing, Jon. Too much other stuff to do.

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