On Thursday November 12 from 6:30-9pm,The Hearst Foundation and Columbia Journalism Digital Media Program present the Columbia-Hearst Journalism Dialogues, Columbia J-School's annual look at the journalism revolution.
This year's event features several fascinating influencers on a different kind of panel, with a real conversation among the participants and audience - with no Powerpoint in sight.
- PROFESSOR SREE SREENIVASAN, Dean of Student Affairs, The Journalism School at Columbia University http://twitter.com/sreenet
- JULIA ANGWIN, WSJ technology editor and columnist; author, "Stealing MySpace: The Battle to Control the Most Popular Website in America." http://twitter.com/JuliaAngwin
- JOHN BORTHWICK,
CEO of Betaworks, a new media company that builds, and invests in,
real-time web companies, including bit.ly, Twitter, TweetDeck,Tumblr,
Outside.in and gdgt. http://twitter.com/JohnBorthwick
- ALAN LEVY,
founder, BlogTalkRadio.com, an Internet-radio network offering free
call-in talk shows, and Cinchcast.com, a new tool for micro-podcasting. http://twitter.com/AlanLLevy
- DAVID MATHISON, author, "Be The Media: How to Create and Accelerate Your Message... Your Way" and former VP for global syndication for Reuters. http://twitter.com/bethemedia
- JENNIFER PRESTON, social media editor, New York Times and formerNYT reporter, editor and newsroom manager. http://twitter.com/NYT_jenpreston
No RSVP required. FREE. Open to the public. VENUE: Columbia Graduate School of Journalism Lecture Hall. 3rd Floor - 116th Street and Broadway.
Watch the webcast below or here