Sunday, January 24, 2016
The Global Affairs Center at Shoreline Community College,will present a panel discussion about Online News Media, on Tuesday, January 26, at 11:30am in Room 9208 at Shoreline Community College.
Traditional news media (newspapers, magazines, etc.) are undergoing fundamental change. We hear a lot about collapsing economic models of the news industry, but less about changing models of news content as a result of these changes.
- What are the key differences between digital news and traditional print models?
- What are some of the challenges to success in an online world swamped by free news?
- Where is today's Fourth Estate?
With us to discuss these trends are Dan DeMay and Jimmy Lovaas, both graduates of Shoreline Community College, and both now working for online news organizations in Seattle. Jim Hills, Director of the Public Information Office at the college, will moderate the discussion. For more details, go to the GAC website.
Like all GAC events, admission is FREE and open to the public.There is a small fee for parking on campus during the daytime. (campus maps) 16101 Greenwood Ave N, Shoreline 98133.