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

By 2055, it is estimated that 50 percent of today’s work activities will be automated. This means that some work will... See more
Anti-Semitism, Islamophobia, racism, and other hatreds are thriving today, and nowhere are they more rampant, vitriolic... See more
From smartphones transmitting our location to ads following us as we browse the web to home appliances and devices... See more
If you’re in journalism, the content business, or are associated with a nonprofit or dot-org, “How’s your podcast going... See more
Our signature event, the 2016 Afternoon of Conversation hosts an audience of more than 2,000 in the Benedict Music Tent... See more
Featured Ideas Festival Scholar includes Liz Plank. A robust fourth estate is central to the education of an engaged... See more

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