On Friday, Oct. 2. Ryerson’s School of Journalism and the Ryerson Journalism Alumni Association (RJAA), in association with J-Source, presented “What’s Next for News? A Conversation About the Future of Journalism,” a two-panel discussion series held at the university in Toronto. The evening panel featured Globe and Mail communities editor Mathew Ingram,
media futurist Clay Shirky and author Andrew Keen in a provocative discussion on the future
J-Source, along with Ryerson professor Joyce Smith and fourth year Ryerson j-student (and J-Source Students’ Lounge editor) Melissa Wilson, live blogged both panels and provided constant updates on Twitter (@jsource, #whatsnext).
In addition, here is a video (in four parts) of the evening panel. Our special thanks to Gary Gould and Matthew Braga for their technical assistance. These videos were produced and edited by Anand Ram.
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