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Sports, Sex, Scandals, Weather: How News Media Competes

Complete video at: http://fora.tv/v/c11190 A panel of experts discusses the benefits and challenges of increased competition in the world of news media. While journalist Christine Ockrent argues that competition decreases quality as well as profitability, others contend that it has allowed news outlets to address more "long tail" audiences. ----- The Paley Center for Media's International Council 2009 NYC brought together the industry's top innovators from across the globe for the most talked about media event of 2009. From newspapers to magazines to television, the traditional media business model is under siege. Can creating quality news content still be a sustainable business in the global digital economy? This session features Tony Burman (Managing Director, Al-Jazeera English), Les Hinton (CEO, Dow Jones), Jon Klein (President, CNN/US), Christine Ockrent (Journalist and CEO, Audiovisuel Ext?rieur de la France), and Prannoy Roy (President and Managing Director, NDTV). David Carr (Columnist, The New York Times) moderates.
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