Wednesday, 28 October 2009

World journalism: Crisis what crisis?

Today at 2pm journalists and academics from around the globe are giving their verdict on the state of journalism in a conference entitled 'Is World Journalism in Crisis?' coming from Coventry University.
Taking part in the live video, real-time and webcast conference are Newsnight's Jeremy Paxman, Nick Davies, author of 'Flat Earth News'; Professor Richard Keeble; from New York, Professor Jeff Jarvis; and from Geneva, Professor Adrian Monck, now of the World Economic Forum in Davos and formerly head of journalism at City University.
With live links to the USA and Africa, the conference will be chaired in Coventry by Kevin Marsh, the editor of the BBC College of Journalism and former editor of the Today programme. Coventry University's world journalism live video conference is supported by and sponsored by Camelot.

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