Six media leaders discuss the Changing Media Landscape at this special presentation at The Columbia Graduate School of Journalism, sponsored by the Hearst Foundation.
“The Changing Media Landscape, 2007″
COLUMBIA JOURNALISM DIALOGUES, Tuesday, Nov. 13
The Columbia Graduate School of Journalism and the Hearst Foundation present their annual look at the changing media industry, with an emphasis on new media and online journalism. Join a discussion led by six media influencers about current trends. This is a different kind of panel, with a real conversation among the participants and no Powerpoint in sight. This annual program invites speakers each year to assess – and track – the revolution taking place all around us.
- 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; publisher, cyberjournalist.net
- Andrew Lih, author of a new book on Wikipedia and expert on Chinese media
- Mindy McAdams, new media education pioneer and Knight professor at University of Florida
- Michael Rogers, Resident Futurist of The New York Times
- MODERATOR: Prof. Sree Sreenivasan, dean of students, Columbia Journalism School & WNBC-TV tech reporter