JTM/Silicon Valley: Innovation, democracy and a new ecology of news
How will technology innovation support journalism and participatory democracy?
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Discussions planned at NewsTools2008
This page is reserved for advisory information about disussions and short seminars projected to be included in NewsTools2008.
Ten Disruption/reshaping technologies
On Wednesday evening, April 30, each of 10 experts will pick a cluster of technologies which are reshaping or disrupting journalism, headline their impacts for 60-90 seconds, and then lead a roundtable after-dinner conversation. READ DETAILS
Next Newsroom projects
Chris Peck, editor of The Commercial Appeal in Memphis, Tenn., is working on a fresh draft of The JTM-Next Newsroom prototype business plan. You can find see the first cut at: http://newshare.typepad.com/jtmnextnewsroom . . . He'll be presenting the revisions, probably in collaboration with others who are working on related projects, including Chris O'Brien's Duke University Next Newsroom project, and the non-profit journalism efforts of Michael Stoll, Josh Wilson, Lewis Freedberg and others. We hope to have participants from several other announced and fledgling initiatives.
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