Journalism on the Brink: Can Digital Save It?
Wednesday, February 25, 2009 from 6:30 PM to 8:00 PM (PST)
The University of Washington's Journalism program, in collaboration with the Online News Association, presented a free, public event: 'Journalism on the Brink? Can Digital Save It?'
The conversation was moderated by Hanson Hosein, a former Emmy Award-winning NBC journalist and now the director of the Master of Communication in Digital Media at the University of Washington.
David Domke, UW Journalism chair and Department of Communication Acting Chair hosted.
Hosein and Domke were joined by:
- John Cook, ex-PI reporter who has created TechFlash, the go-to source for the Puget Sound tech community;
- Monica Guzman, online reporter at Seattle P-I who has pioneered the effective use of social media tools to share her work;
- Cory Haik, Director of Content at seattletimes.com, who knows how to work through a disaster as NOLA.com managing editor during Katrina; and
- Ross Reynolds, host of KUOW's "The Conversation" and a researcher on public radio as a viable business model.
Watch the full video of the event at: http://flipthemedia.com/index.php/2009/03/journalism-on-the-brink-video/