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Journalism and Silicon Valley: The balance of power

Project Leader:

Miss our event in San Francisco on March 29? The panel, in tandem with the release of our report, “The Platform Press: How Silicon Valley reengineered journalism,” featured: Joaquin Alvarado, CEO for The Center for Investigative Reporting; Jay Hamilton, Hearst Professor of Communication and the Director of the Journalism Program, Stanford University; Clara Jeffery, Editor in Chief of Mother Jones; Nicco Mele, Director of the Shorenstein Center on Media, Politics and Public Policy, Harvard University; Justin Osofsky, Vice President of Global Operations & Media Partnerships, Facebook; and Nicholas Thompson, Editor-in-chief at Wired. Moderated by Tow Director Emily Bell.

Watch the archived live stream here:

Posted by Tow Center for Digital Journalism on Wednesday, March 29, 2017

Or read the write-up on CJR:

Journalism and Silicon Valley: The balance of power

April 4, 2017