Newspapers are Dead. Now What?
Death of Newspapers, Now What?
Phil Bronstein, Editor at Large and V.P., San Francisco Chronicle; Editor at Large, Hearst Newspapers.Lowell Bergman, Professor, Berkeley School of Journalism; Producer/Director of PBS DocumentariesKara Andrade, Online Community Organizer, Spot.UsCynthia Typaldos, Founder and President, KachingleDoug Sovern, News Anchor, KCBS all News 740 - Moderator
Newspapers are dying and everything is about to change in the world of journalism. But don’t mistake the decline of newspapers with the decline of journalism. The power is shifting and consumers' appetites for news have become insatiable. Will blogs, micro-financed articles and citizen journalism be enough? Who’s going to be making money and how? Come listen to this panel of industry experts discuss what to expect next in the changing world of journalism.
Location: SF Club OfficeTime: 6 p.m. check-in, 6:30 p.m. program, 7:30 p.m. networking receptionCost: MEMBERS FREE, $18 non-members, $7 students (with valid ID)Also know: Photo by Flickr user Dustin Diaz