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The Future of News

Hour 1:           How is digital ubiquity affecting the practice of journalism today and what does the future hold for major news organizations? We’ll spend this hour with John Yemma, editor-in-chief of The Christian Science Monitor, which transitioned into a mostly online publication under his leadership. Yemma will deliver the O’Neill Lecture in Business Journalism at SMU tomorrow (Thursday, 2/23) at 4pm in the Crum Auditorium of the Collins Executive Education Center. The event is free and open to the public.

  • Dmsaunders62

    I have disturbed free papers for 20 years. If newspapers go all digial the newspapers will leave
    out a inporant part of the poplation. If a person can pickup a paper and read then throw it away

  • Dmsaunders62

    I have disturbed free papers for 20 years. If newspapers go all digial the newspapers will leave
    out a inporant part of the poplation. If a person can pickup a paper and read then throw it away

  • Anne Leggett-Walker

    This was a stimulating interview run by Chris Boyd on “Think” Wednesday.  Contributors called in and raised sharp questions about the future of printed journalis.  It’s worth a listen for a view of the future.

  • Anne Leggett-Walker

    This was a stimulating interview run by Chris Boyd on “Think” Wednesday.  Contributors called in and raised sharp questions about the future of printed journalis.  It’s worth a listen for a view of the future.

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