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How Is Social Media Changing Journalism?
Aug 06, 2014 | 9-part series
Kasia Cieplak-Mayr von Baldegg,
At this year's Aspen Ideas Festival, we asked a group of media professionals to discuss how new platforms are transforming radio, TV, print, and digital. "I have always been a champion for old media flinging open its doors and allowing citizens to participate," says radio journalist Jay Allison. Other panelists include Paula Kerger, Jon Steinberg and Alexis Madrigal.The Big Question is a series inspired by The Atlantic's back-page feature.Courtesy of The Atlantic
About This Series
Ideas and insights from leaders in technology, education, business, design, and media