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Published on May 28, 2013
About This Talk
When Tom Rosenstiel is asked, "Has digital technology made journalism worse or better?" he has a quick answer: "Yes." In this talk, he explores a key question: In a world where the audience dictates what "news" is, what new roles must responsible journalists learn to play?
About This Speaker
Tom Rosenstiel is an author, journalist, media critic and executive director of the American Press Institute. He is one of the most widely respected voices redefining the role of professional journalism in the 21st century. Rosenstiel is the co-author of The Elements of Journalism and Blur: How to Know What's True in the Age of Information Overload.
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