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KQED’s Forum – The Future of Newspapers

Below is a 51-minute podcast, The Future of Newspapers, from KQED radio in San Francisco,  the promo reads:

Los Angeles Times editor Jim O’Shea announced his departure this week, saying he was fired for refusing to cut newsroom jobs. A few days later, San Francisco Chronicle editor Phil Bronstein said he would be stepping down. We look at the state of the newspaper industry in light of these developments.

Host:Dave Iverson

  • Louis Freedburg, director of the California Media Collaborative, devising strategies for improved coverage of key issues in California
  • Phil Bronstein, executive vice president and editor of the San Francisco Chronicle
  • Tom Rosenstiel, director of the Project for Excellence in Journalism

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