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Is local journalism dead?

The Media Society

Thursday, 10 October 2013 from 18:00 to 20:00 (BST)

Is local journalism dead?

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The Media Society

supported by The Financial Times, present:


Is local journalism dead?


Speakers:

Chair: Professor Roy Greenslade Guardian and City University 

Panellists: 

Steve Auckland - Group Chief Executive, LocalWorld

Clare Enders - Founder, EndersAnalyis

Professor Richard Tait CBE Cardiff School of Journalism,Former Editor in Chief ITN

 


A topical debate to celebrate  the launch of the second and much revised edition of 'WHAT DO WE MEAN NBY LOCAL? THE RISE AND FALL OF LOCAL JOURNALISM, edited by John Mair and Richard Lance Keeble with Neil Fowler

 

Drinks kindly supplied by UTV and Tindle Publishing 

 

Any questions or comments please email the event organiser: John Mair


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When & Where


Adam Street Private Members Club
9 Adam St
WC2N 6AA London
United Kingdom

Thursday, 10 October 2013 from 18:00 to 20:00 (BST)


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The Media Society

The Media Society is a charity whose objectives are to promote knowledge and understanding of the role of the media, to assist in the study and research into the exchange of knowledge and opinion between those in the media and those in public and political life, industry, commerce and learning as well as the general pulblic; and to promote and encourage the study of the media in schools, colleges and educational establishments. 

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