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Journalists On Journalism

Travel Bug hosts a discussion on the changing state of journalism.

April 8, 2011, 11:00 am
By Tim Kraemer

Media and journalism are changing, inevitably and irrevocably. The nature of that change and the future of the profession are the topics on hand at Journey Santa Fe's latest panel discussion, "The New News Media."

Moderator and former Washington Post columnist Judith Lawson is joined by Seth Roffman, SFR's own columnist Zane Fischer and other working journalists. Subjects they discuss include the rise and influence of citizen journalism, blogs and other aspects of new media as well as the need for newspapers today.

The views of panelists may vary, but at least some feel the rumors of journalism's death have been greatly exaggerated.

"I'm a big fan of the new. I believe there's a future for journalism," Fischer says. "A lot of people think it's in this fading position, but I think journalism is at the dawn of an exciting new era."

Come learn more about what Fischer et al think this weekend.


The New News Media

11 am-noon
Sunday, April 10

$3-$5 suggested donation

Travel Bug
839 Paseo de Peralta
992-0418

 

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