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The Future of Journalism

 

April 26, 2010 | Instituto Cervantes | New York City

With Lewis Lapham, Joris Luyendijk, Martin Pollack, and Mary Anne Weaver

 

Co-sponsored by Instituto Cervantes

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International desks and bureaus—once the backbone of the news business—are closing around the world. Journalists in general are losing their jobs at a huge rate—yet degrees in journalism remain popular. Several respected newspapers have turned off their printing presses, and those that remain are still struggling to make profitable use of the Internet. Join a distinguished group of editors and journalists for a discussion on the future of the news.

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