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DIALOGUE

The Future of Journalism

  • Aired: 12/22/2011
  • 28:49
  • Rating: TV-G
According to the Pew Research, 41% of Americans get their national and international news from the Internet. What does that mean for the future of newspapers and television newsrooms? And in a digital age, what is news and how do we know when we can trust what we read? This week on Dialogue, host Joan Cartan-Hansen speaks about the future of journalism with J-Lab Executive Director Jan Schaffer.
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What is the future of journalism? Find out the news from J-Lab on this Dialogue.
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