Changing Media Landscape 2008, Columbia Journalism School, November 11, 6:30pm-9pm

Columbia J-school’s annual look at the media revolution, with several media influencers. This is a different kind of panel, with a real conversation among the participants and audience – with no Powerpoint in sight.

You can attend in person or see it online at http://www.mogulus.com/columbiajournalism (live or archived)

The Hearst Foundation, Columbia Journalism New Media Program and
Columbia J-school Alumni Association present…

Columbia-Hearst Journalism Dialogues

Tuesday, November 11, 2008
6:30-9 pm

SPEAKERS:
Sewell Chan, blogger/bureau chief, New York Times “City Room” blog (coming from midtown)
http://cityroom.blogs.nytimes.com/

David Cohn, J2008, founder, Spot.us, a new crowdfunding investigative journalism project; winner of $300,000 Knight News Challenge grant (coming from San Francisco)
http://spot.us

Adriano Farano, executive editor, CafeBabel.com – the first multilingual European current affairs online magazine (coming from Paris)
http://www.cafebabel.com

Erica Smith, news designer, St. Louis Post-Dispatch and “Paper Cuts” blogger (coming from St. Louis)
http://graphicdesignr.net/papercuts

Jacob Weisberg, chairman and editor-in-chief Slate Group – Slate, Slate V, The Root, and the Big Money (coming from downtown)
http://www.slate.com

MODERATOR: Prof. Sree Sreenivasan, Dean of Student Affairs

Tuesday, Nov. 11, 2008
6:30-7:00 pm – networking reception – drinks and light food
7-8:30 pm – discussion (also live webcast)
8:30-9 pm – reception and networking continue

No RSVP required. No charge. Open to the public.

Columbia Graduate School of Journalism
Lecture Hall, 3rd Floor – 116th St & Broadway
[ #1 train to 116th St or get directions:
http://www.hopstop.com/route?city=New+York&county2=Manhattan&address2=2950+broadway&mode=s
]

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