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Direct Access: Rome Hartman on the Future of News (13 minutes)
Posted Nov 20, 2009
  The New Newsroom: Journalism From Hyper-Local to Global (50 minutes)
Posted Nov 2, 2009
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.  more details

TV, Film & Video, News, New Media, Social Media, Ugcx, Direct Access
  Breaking news stories make their way to the public through social media sites, user generated news sites, mobile, and more. It's a new kind of newsroom, and in this UGCX session, you'll hear from some of the business leaders who are changing the way we get our news and information.  more details

TV, Film & Video, News, Tv, Broadcast, Citizen Journalism, Recorded Event, Next-Generation Journalist
The Future of Photojournalism in a Digital World (1 hour, 15 minutes)
Posted Aug 27, 2007
  War Reporting in Iraq (1 hour, 20 minutes)
Posted Oct 25, 2006
Photojournalists from Getty, The Washington Post, and the freelance world join directors of photography from AP and Sipa Press to discuss trends affecting newsroom photography today, especially the rise of multimedia journalism.  more details

Editorial/Journalism, News, Photography, New Media, Photojournalism, Online Video, Recorded Event
  American journalists from the Washington Post, CNN, MTV, and the Columbia Journalism Review discuss the challenges of reporting from Iraq.  more details

TV, Film & Video, News, Recorded Event
Mediabistro Circus: Taking The New York Times Digital with Jim Roberts (1 hour, 14 minutes)
  TVNewser Summit: The Digital Network (60 minutes)
Jim Roberts (editor of digital news) and Aron Pilhofer (editor of interactive news technology).  more details

Newspapers, News, New Media, Blogging, Recorded Event
  How do traditional TV news and new media interact? Our panel of television executives discusses how their networks are integrating traditional news with complementary digital products.  more details

News, New Media, Online Video, Recorded Event
ThinkMobile Conference: The News Goes Mobile (23 minutes)
  TVNewser Summit: The Morning Joe Team (61 minutes)
How has mobile impacted the news market, and what does the future hold?  more details

Editorial/Journalism, News, Blogging, Mobile, Thinkmobile, Citizen Journalism, Recorded Event
  Joe and Mika make morning political discussion fun and fractious. BusinessWeek's Jon Fine interviews the pair on technology, news, and politics.  more details

News, Social Media, Recorded Event