2009 Session 1
Surviving the Media Carnage: Pathways to Good Journalism
The future of journalism is being debated amid the decline of traditional economic models and a media revolution. In tough times, can journalism afford ethics? What are the pathways to the future? Are there new models for doing good public-interest journalism and in maintaining ethical standards?
Lew Friedland, Professor, UW School of Journalism & Mass Communication
Kathy Bissen, director of production, Wisconsin Public Television
Ellen Foley, former editor, Wisconsin State Journal
Phil Rosenthal, media columnist, Chicago Tribune
Jon Sawyer, executive director, Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting