John Yemma

The Future of News

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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

  • 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

  • E Adcock

    Listened to the repeat from 9:00 to 10:00 pm.  If I found a news item referring back to the
    Christian Science Monitor, I always tended to read it. I’ve never subscribed to
    the print edition because there was too much paper for too few items of
    interest.

    Based on Mr. Yemma’s interview, I’ll check out Christian
    Science Monitor On Line (Sorry USPS).

  • 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.

  • 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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