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    Can Journalism Survive the Digital Age?

    From clickbait to fake news; from social media videos to interactive storytelling, the digital age has fundamentally changed the way that journalism works.

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    Conversation: You Won't Believe How Journalism Is Changing

    Look into the future of journalism with a panel of people who are turning the industry on its head.

    Anna Holmes
    Founder, Jezebel
    Matthew Segal
    Co-Founder, “Attn:” & “Our Time”
    Dan Sinker
    Director, Knight-Mozilla OpenNews
    Katherine Lanpher
    Writer, Journalist & Broadcaster
    Dexter Mullins
    Senior Producer, NowThis

    Media companies across the country are trying (and sometimes failing) to make journalism a profitable industry. The way users consume news has changed dramatically over the last decade, making it harder for watchdog journalism to attract a large audience. Investigative reporting and daily beats are being replaced by catchy, clickable content. Simply put, the internet has fundamentally changed what it means to be a journalist. All of this begs the question: Can quality journalism be sustainable online, and what’s at stake if it cannot?