September 21, 2016 | 6:00 pm
As media companies increase their focus on business models, economic realities are affecting the way journalists work. Instead of a strict separation between the “business” side and the “editorial” side, journalists are being asked to consider how they create value for the company that can be monetized, while still meeting their responsibilities to public service and truthtelling. How do editorial leaders educate and motivate a staff of journalists that has traditionally been insulated from economic concerns? And, as newsrooms undergo this shift in culture, what are the editorial consequences?
- Jay Rosen (Professor of Journalism, NYU), Moderator
- Priya Ganapati (Director of Platform Products, Quartz)
- Jim Rich (Editor-in-Chief, New York Daily News)
- Kate Ward (Editor-in-Chief, Bustle.com)