The Future of News: Is It the End of Journalism as We Know It?

The digital revolution and changing economic models have altered journalistic institutions to their core. What does the future hold for enterprise journalism and the way Americans get information necessary to function in their daily lives?

Festival: 2013

Watch and Listen: New Media

Technology used to be a lot more accessible, open, and ethical. It was driven by optimistic tinkerers rather than big... See more
Technology may teach the pleasures of controlled exchanges—admit it, texting is often so much easier than real-time... See more
Bill Gates portends doomsday is coming. Stephen Hawking says we should prepare for our robot overlords to take their... See more
In a well-functioning democracy, people do not live in echo chambers or filter bubbles; rather, citizens are exposed to... See more
As educators, parents, policymakers, and psychologists wrestle with the question of what we gain and what we give up as... See more
Is the internet loosening our collective grasp on the truth, and if so, how do we solve it? Pioneers of digital news... See more

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