thursday agenda: no news is bad news

  • Dylan already mentioned the No News is Bad News event [mb], but here’s a day of show reminder. Come to City Hall to be a part of a discussion about the emerging media landscape in our city. “Seattle as a No Newspaper Town?” (The question mark means that the answer could be good, bad, or somewhere in between)  will feature Cory Haik of, Jay Rosen of NYU, Kathy Gill from UW, and Art Thiel of the Seattle P-I. The whole thing will be moderated by Dave Ross who will be working to facilitate a discussion between panelists and attendees. Following the event drinks will be had. If you can’t make it to the Bertha Landes room at 7, tune your browser to where there will be plenty of interactivity.
  • Self-interest prohibits me from recommending anything else, but feel free to make suggestions in the comments.

update: almost the whole thing — from Dylan making introductions to me yelling about drinks and all sorts of confrontations about newsholes, wire services, and shareholder models in between — is recorded and available online. Sorry that we didn’t click the “record” button in time for Nick Licata and Jean Godden’s welcome remarks at the very beginning. [ustream]

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