(October 22, 2009) The traditional print newspaper is struggling to stay profitable in the face of competition from electronic sources of information. What does this mean to the future of journalism? Philip Balboni of the GlobalPost; Alberto Ibarguen of the Knight Foundation; Paul Steiger of ProPublica; Arthur Sulzberger of the New York Times and Martin Nisenholtz of the New York Times Digital Operations discuss these questions in a conversation moderated by Joel Brinkley of Stanford.
The Carlos Kelly McClatchy Memorial Lectures and Symposia were established in 1964 to bring Stanford University distinguished national and world leaders in the field of journalism.
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