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  • Irina
    hey guys, from my contacts at columbia jschool ... FYI, folks... am sure it will be archived, if you can t listen live. Dear Colleagues, I m hoping you can
    Message 1 of 1 , Oct 1, 2007
      hey guys, from my contacts at columbia jschool

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      FYI, folks... am sure it will be archived, if you can't listen live.

      Dear Colleagues,

      I'm hoping you can help spread the word on this public discussion planned
      tonight, Oct. 1, at USC Annenberg School for Communication sponsored by the
      Online News Association and USC's Knight Digital Media Center.

      We will be web casting live beginning at 5 p.m. Pacific Time. You can join
      at KnightDigitalMediaCenter.org for a provocative and interactive discussion
      about how the top news sites and others are opening their websites more than
      ever to their audience. Thanks so much,

      TITLE: "It's a Conversation, Stupid: Blogs, Wikis, Social Networking, UGC
      Journalism" hosted by USC Annenberg School of Journalism and the Knight
      Media Center in partnership with the Online News Association
      TIME: 5 to 6:30 p.m. PST Monday, Oct. 1, 2007
      WHERE: KnightDigitalMediaCenter.org

      What happens when the audience becomes content producer on the nation's top
      news websites? Do you "moderate" or let 'er rip? How do journalism values
      standards survive a User Generated Content world? Hear how USAToday.com and
      Today executive editor Kinsey Wilson, Yahoo! News editor in chief Neil Budde
      and CNN.com vice president and senior producer Mitch Gelman are opening
      websites to their audiences as never before. Get a chance to weigh in from
      cell phone and laptop as Newsvine CEO Mike Davidson paints the future of
      collaborative journalism. Moderators will be Michelle Nicolosi, assistant
      managing editor for interactive at the Seattle Post-Intelligencer and Amy
      Gahran, media "conversational" consultant and editor of Poynter Institute's
      E-Media Tidbits.


      Vikki Porter


      Knight Digital Media Center

      USC Annenberg School for Communication

      One California Plaza

      300 South Grand Avenue, Suite 3950

      Los Angeles, CA 90071

      Tele: 213-437-4417

      Fax: 213-437-4424

      Email: vporter@...

      www.KnightDigitalMediaCenter.org <http://www.knightnewmediacenter.org/>

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