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Archive for November, 2009

Future of the News Conference Livestreaming Now

Monday, November 16th, 2009

I am at the Future of the News: Creating a New Model for Regional Journalism in America at Minnesota Public Radio. It is being livestreamed here.
Lots of people in the forefront of the journalism change movement are here.
I will be Tweeting bits and pieces at #LeonardWitt and the hashtag for [...]

Jay Rosen Provides Journalism Support List

Saturday, November 14th, 2009

This from Jay Rosen:
I was asked to speak recently at a conference organized by Yale University with the title “Journalism & The New Media Ecology: Who Will Pay The Messenger?” This irritated me. The question should have been “who will subsidize news production?” because news production has always been subsidized by someone or [...]

At Yale, Who Will Pay for the Messenger?

Friday, November 13th, 2009

I am at the Yale University Law School for the Journalism & The New Media Ecology: Who Will Pay The Messenger? conference. I have my Flip camera with me and will be doing some, I hope, brief interviews with some of the key people trying to figure out the future of journalism. Then, if things [...]

Want to Save Journalism? Go to a Conference

Wednesday, November 11th, 2009

Today as I write this, Jeff Jarvis is running his livestreamed NEW Business Models for (Local) News conference at CUNY.
On Friday I will be at Yale for the Journalism & The New Media Ecology: Who Will Pay The Messenger? conference and then on Monday I will be in St. Paul at the The Future [...]