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The methods by which information is gathered,
published and consumed has dramatically matured over the past year.
Digital technology now empowers each of us with the means to share
news and information instantly. Protests erupt in the Middle East and
we look to Twitter for eyewitness accounts. Political scandals erupt
in the blogosphere well before they’re covered by mainstream
media. News now breaks in real-time, often with more frequency, and
pitfalls. News at the speed of Twitter is maturing -- the medium is
maturing, journalists are maturing, and the consumers are maturing, too.
What happens when the citizenry becomes the purveyor of
information? How are today's journalists preparing for tomorrow's
world? Who verifies the information? The Future of Realtime Publishing
will explore the evolution of our media ecosystem as we transition
from a "one-to-many" to a "collaborative based"
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Ann Curry (@anncurry)
Andy Carvin (@acarvin)
David Clinch (@davidclinchnews)
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