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

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Today's TV landscape is a baffling dichotomy, where some of the most successful and high-minded creative programming of... See more
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ESPN president John Skipper discusses the ascendance of the live event, authenticated TV, cross-platform journalism,... See more

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