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The Future of Journalism


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Professor Susan C. Green, broadcast director of the Cronkite News Service and assistant news director in the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication at Arizona State University.
Butler University College of Communication began its Speakers Series with Green's talk on the Future of Journalism

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The Future of Journalism

  1. 1. Professor Susan C. Green Cronkite News Service “I don’t have all the answers about the Future of Journalism, but I sure am going to have a great time figuring it out!” Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Communication, Arizona State University
  2. 2. Philo T. Farnsworth, Father of Television 1906 - 1971
  3. 3. Change is inevitable, suffering is optional.
  4. 4. Adapting to change – Title 9
  5. 5. Students perspective
  6. 6. “It was while making newspaper deliveries, trying to miss the bushes and hit the porch, that I first learned the importance of accuracy in journalism.” - Charles Osgood
  7. 7. Principles of JOURNALISM Word cloud by REPORTR.NET using 9 principles in journalism, Project for Excellence in Journalism
  8. 8. Linda Ellerbee • “We are heading in a lot of dangerous ways. The Chinese character for danger is also for opportunity, so it's not necessarily bad. It's just that as journalists, I believe we have to pay particular attention here.”
  9. 9. Rising to the challenge
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  11. 11. One in 8 million stories –
  12. 12. Database of doctors who receive money from drug companies. ProPublica is an independent, non-profit newsroom that produces investigative journalism in the public interest.
  13. 13. Spot.Us is a nonprofit project to pioneer “community powered reporting.” Through Spot.Us, the public can commission and participate with journalists to do reporting on important and perhaps overlooked topics.
  14. 14. It’s all about the wrapping
  15. 15. Diane Sawyer on our future
  16. 16. Exciting times “The students here today, I'm almost jealous of them. They're getting to invent their own careers. I wish I were their age and starting off because the opportunities now to literally create something new or recreate something of great value to society, to our communities and our families, it's never been as open as it is now. Some of them are going to invent the future and I can't wait to see what they do.” Dan Gillmor, Director, Knight Center for Digital Media Entrepreneurship, ASU, April 29, 2009