As promised, we’ve got exclusive video from last night’s Dinner and Discourse at Twenty Four Fifth in Manhattan. Check it out to see why furthering your media education is crucial, how editors are handling the challenging economic climate in both their own careers and for readers, and what’s brewing in lieu of Hearst’s cancelled Christmas party (Hint: It involves casseroles).
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