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Direct Access: Rome Hartman on the Future of News

Our exclusive interview with an expert in television journalism

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  1. Highlights (1:44) 1:44 FREE!
  2. Rome Hartman on the Future of News, Part 1 (6:07) 6:07 FREE!
    In this Direct Access interview, Mediabistro asked Rome to share his thoughts on new media and how journalism is changing. You'll also get Rome's personal advice on what journalists should do to prepare for careers in a changing marketplace.
  3. Rome Hartman on the Future of News, Part 2 (4:03) 4:03 FREE!
    In Part 2, Rome talks about the advantages and disadvantages that traditional new organizations have in a new media marketplace, and the importance of TV news in an online world.

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Rome Hartman understands news. We ask him to discuss how journalism is changing, how big organizations can use social media, and what the future of news looks like from his perspective. Rome Hartman is executive producer of BBC World News America, the BBC's first US facing nightly newscast. He is also responsible for advising and coordinating production for other US based and US facing newscasts for BBC America and BBC World News. Hartman joined the BBC from CBS News where, from November 2005 through March 2007, he was executive producer of The CBS Evening News and oversaw the launch of The CBS Evening News with Katie Couric.

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