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The Evolution of News - Jeff Jarvis

Complete video at: http://fora.tv/2009/01/26/New_Media_Models Technology journalists Jeff Jarvis and Michael Arrington discuss the future of news reporting. Jarvis predicts a widespread shift from large, mainstream multimedia outlets to small, "hyper-local" communities of news gatherers. ----- Panelists Jeff Jarvis (Buzzmachine), Carolyn McCall (Guardian), Michael Arrington (TechCrunch), and Tyler Brule (Monocle) discuss the evolving world of online publication, debating whether or not print media can survive in this era of digital media. Jeff Jarvis is an American journalist. He is the former television critic for TV Guide and People magazine, creator of Entertainment Weekly, Sunday editor and associate publisher of the New York Daily News, and a columnist on the San Francisco Examiner. Until recently he was president and creative director of Advance Internet, the online arm of Advance Publications, where he developed the children's educational site "Yuckiest Site on the Internet" with Susan Mernit. Jarvis currently consults for Advance Internet. He has also consulted for the New York Times Company at About.com, where he worked on content development and strategy. In 2006 he became an associate professor at City University of New York's Graduate School of Journalism, directing its new media program. He has a fortnightly column in the MediaGuardian supplement of the British newspaper The Guardian. J. Michael Arrington is a entrepreneur and was the maintainer of TechCrunch, a blog covering the Silicon Valley technology start-up communities and the wider technology field in USA and elsewhere. Wired and Forbes have named Arrington one of the most powerful people on the internet. In 2008, he was selected by TIME Magazine as one of the most influential people in the world.
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