Monday, November 23rd, 7pm, Smith Campus Center Room 208
The Internet has transformed our world. How does our everyday use of online news sources, blogs and social networking sites affect the print newspaper world of the past? Does the struggle of newspapers and proliferation of online resources signal a collapse or renaissance in journalism? Is there a way for newspapers to reinvent themselves in such a way that is profitable and accessible by all? Will journalistic standards be maintained in a new, online media? What will corporate influence look like in the new media? What will the new media’s business model look like?
To answer these questions the PSU welcomes a panel with New York Times journalist Richard Perez-Peña ’84, LA Times journalist Hugo Martin and Geneva Overholser, Director of the USC Annenberg School of Journalism. This panel discussion will take place on November 23, 2009 at 7pm in Smith Campus Center Room 208.