Put down your digital device and step away from that glossy stack of design magazines to join us in person tonight at New York’s Center for Architecture, the setting for “Architecture and Media: Evolving Media Platforms.” The panel discussion, moderated by Molly Heintz (The Architect’s Newspaper), will explore technological advances and the proliferation of platforms forcing changes in architectural magazines, newspapers, trade journals, and design blogs. How is self-publishing and the multitude of micro-sites changing communications strategies? What are the most effective ways for architects to get their story heard? Find out this evening, when we’ll be joined by fellow panelists Susan Szenasy (Metropolis), Alexandra Lange (Design Observer), and Jenna McKnight (Architizer). The panel-based architectural fun starts at 6 p.m., and we hope to see you there!
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