1. Jack Lule VIDEO HI


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    The future of journalism for the board of trustee initiative

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    • News An Industry of Nonstop Changes


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      Lou Ferrara, vice president and managing editor for The Associated Press, spoke about the future of journalism. He was introduced by Greg Moore, editor for The Associated Press – West region and faculty associate.

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      • 2014 Hearst lecture with The New York Times' John Schwartz


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        John Schwartz, national legal correspondent for The New York Times, and former columnist for The Washington Post and Newsweek presented "More Chaos, Less Fear: How Journalism Looks Now" on March 24 at the Moody College of Communication's Belo Center for New Media on campus at The University of Texas at Austin. Schwartz has written on a wide range of topics including: space travel, the levees of New Orleans, physician-assisted suicide, Facebook, jetpacks, robots, and why pregnant women don't tip over, which has something to do with an extra curve in their spines. He is the author of "Oddly Normal," a family memoir about his gay son. Schwartz was born in Galveston, Texas, attended the University of Texas at Austin and U.T. Law. He passed the bar, but has never practiced law.

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        • Saul Hansell, founder and CEO, Sii.tv Speaking at:THE FUTURE OF JOURNALISM: NEW WAYS TO ENGAGE THE DIGITAL AUDIENCE'


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          THE FUTURE OF JOURNALISM: NEW WAYS TO ENGAGE THE DIGITAL AUDIENCE' THE PRODUCERS GUILD OF AMERICA NEW MEDIA COUNCIL EAST PRESENTS OCTOBER 16, 2013 Saul Hansell, founder and CEO, Sii.tv Neil Vineberg, chief marketing officer, ThingLink Natan Edelsburg, senior vice president of Sawhorse Media MODERATOR: Chris Pfaff; PGA New Media Council East Saul Hansell, founder and CEO, Sii.tv Neil Vineberg, chief marketing officer, ThingLink Natan Edelsburg, senior vice president of Sawhorse Media MODERATOR: Chris Pfaff; PGA New Media Council East

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          • Dan Gillmore: The Future of Journalism


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            Dan Gillmor visits the UNC school of Journalism and Mass Communication to talk about the deomcratization of media. People today have access to software and new media tools that previously were only available to large media organizations. He’s excited to see consumers as creators and collaborators in the new media environment and talks about what that means for the future of journalism You can view the rest of the talk here: http://terasaur.org/item/show/dan-gillmor-the-future-of/6638 Bio: Dan Gillmor is director of the Knight Center for Digital Media Entrepreneurship and Kauffman Professor of Digital Media Entrepreneurship at Arizona State University's Cronkite School of Journalism & Mass Communication. The project aims to help students appreciate the startup culture of risk-taking, and to foster new media products and services. Dan is also director of the Center for Citizen Media, a project to enhance and expand grassroots media and its reach. The center is an affiliate of ASI and the Berkman Center for Internet & Society at Harvard University. He is author of "We the Media: Grassroots Journalism by the People, for the People" (O'Reilly Media, 2004), a book that explains the rise of citizens' media and why it matters. From 1994 until early 2005 Dan was a columnist at the San Jose Mercury News, Silicon Valley's daily newspaper, and wrote a weblog for SiliconValley.com. He joined the Mercury News after six years with the Detroit Free Press. Before that, he was with the Kansas City Times and several newspapers in Vermont. During 2005 he worked on media projects at Grassroots Media Inc. A Phi Beta Kappa graduate of the University of Vermont, Gillmor received a Herbert Davenport fellowship in 1982 for economics and business reporting at the University of Missouri School of Journalism. During the 1986-87 academic year he was a journalism fellow at the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor, where he studied history, political theory and economics. He has won or shared in several regional and national journalism awards. Before becoming a journalist he played music professionally for seven years.

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            • Cycling with Alexander & Ernst Jan


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              Alexander is a tech freak, gadget expert and internet scholar.  He lives in Amsterdam. Ernst Jan is a blogger, journalist, and tech entrepreneur. He also lives in Amsterdam. We joined Alexander and Ernst Jan on a Sunday cycle through Amsterdam, to discuss friendships via Twitter, the demise (or not) of journalism, and Dutch cycling tricks. For background information, please see:  Alexander's blog http://www.alexanderklopping.nl or Ernst Jan's blog http://pfauth.com Thanks to www.black-bikes.com - bike rental Amsterdam For more Cycling with... videos check out our blog www.cyclingwith.com and like us on www.facebook.com/CyclingWith

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              • NY Times columnist David Carr on future of journalism - 2012 Mary Alice Davis Distinguished Lecture


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                David Carr, New York Times media and culture columnist, looks at the promise of the new normal in the news business in an age of upheaval.

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                • Christopher Warren on the future of journalism


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                  Media, Entertainment & Arts Alliance federal secretary discusses the future of journalism.

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                  • Amanda Michel, Guardian, USA


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                    The Future of Journalism's Business Model: How can We Cooperate with Audiences While Still Making Money?

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                    • Ethics in Journalism Keynote


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                      In December, 2011, the Markula Center for Applied Ethics at the University of Santa Clara held a conference on ethics and the future of journalism. This introductory keynote offers a survey of the journalism ecosystem and the mosaic of change which is occurring.

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