Globe and Mail communities editor Mathew Ingram, media futurist Clay Shirky and author Andrew Keen are gathering at The Ryerson School of Journalism on Oct. 2 to debate and discuss the future of news.
The event, titled “What’s next for news: A conversation about the Future of Journalism,” also includes a pre-panel discussion featuring young(er) journalists talking about the same topic. This panel includes:
J-Source’s J-Topic, The Future of Journalism, is the web portal for the event, so keep an eye out for related articles, blog posts and coverage/liveblogs of the panels. You can find our live coverage here.
The event begins at 3:30 p.m. on Friday, Oct. 2, 2009.
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