Posted on November 6, 2007
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)
- 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.