PAPERS CLOSING locally, nationally and internationally. Journalists heading for dole queues. Platforms transforming and leaving many old trains behind. ITV in headlong retreat form local news. Murdoch charging for on-line, the Guardian losing bucket-loads of cash onit. Just how big is the crisis in world journalism? Writes John Mair
Hear and see experts from all over the world in a unique video conference at
Coventry University on Wednesday October 28th 2.00-5.00 pm.
Entry will be free and open to all.
Contributions from academics and practioners in the USA,Africa,USA,Europe and China by video link.
CHAIR; KEVIN MARSH EDITOR BBC COLLEGE OF JOURNALISM.
FORMER EDITOR ‘TODAY’ RADIO FOUR
PROFESSOR ADRIAN MONCK.
DAVOS FOUNDATION,FORMER HEAD OFJOURNALISM CITY UNIVERSITY
PROFESSOR TIM LUCKHURST UNIVERSITY OF KENT
PROFESSOR RICHARD KEEBLE LINCOLN UNIVERSITY
DR FRED MUDHAI COVENTRY UNIVERSITY
JUDITH TOWNEND Journalism.co.uk
NICK DAVIES ‘FLAT EARTH NEWS’
JEFF JARVIS CUNY
SOON TO BE CONFIRMED SPEAKERS
JEREMY PAXMAN BBC ‘NEWSNIGHT’
EXPERTS IN USA, AFRICA, CHINA
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to firstname.lastname@example.org/ email@example.com or Journalism.co.uk (judith townend)
KINDLY SPONSORED by journalism.co.uk, Camelot and Coventry University. Pro Vice Chancellor (International) David Pilsbur