Nov 9th Event: The Changing Media Landscape

‘The Changing Media Landscape’

The Hearst Foundation and the Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism’s Digital Media Program present “The Changing Media Landscape,” an annual look at the journalism revolution, with several fascinating influencers, on Tuesday, Nov. 9. The event will be held from 6:30 to 9 p.m. in the Lecture Hall, with a live webcast starting at 7 p.m.

This year’s speakers include:

  • Hilda Garcia, vice president, multiplatform news and information, Impremedia, the largest Hispanic news and information company; and editor, El Diario La Prensa, the oldest Spanish-language daily in the United States. (@garsiknews)
  • David Karp, founder, Tumblr, a leading micro blogging site with more than 2 billion page views a month, 8 million publishers and 7.4 million posts a day. (@davidkarp)
  • Mark Luckie, national innovations editor, Washington Post; founder, 10,000 Words blog, which was recently bought by Mediabistro; and author, “The Digital Journalist’s Handbook.” (@marksluckie)
  • Adam Ostrow, editor-in-chief, Mashable, a leading news and information site about social media; and a new media consultant and entrepreneur. (@adamostrow)
  • Betty Wong, global managing editor, Reuters
  • Prof. Sree Sreenivasan, dean of student affairs, Columbia Journalism School, will moderate. (@sreenet)

This event is free and open to the public; no R.S.V.P. is required. Open wi-fi is available in the Lecture Hall for bloggers and others. Tweet about this event using the hashtag #columbiajhearst.

More info: Columbia J-School Digital Media

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