I’ll be filling in tonight as a panelist at the New York Press Club for a discussion of the direction technology is taking journalism, along with Jonathan Landman of the New York Times, Michael Everett Lane of NYCbloggers.com and Rachel Sklar, formerly of FishbowlNY. $15 bucks, if you’re sitting around Midtown with a hankering to hear some journo-pontificating.
I’ll be appearing on “State of Nevada” on KNPR radio Wednesday the 15th at 9 AM Pacific/noon Eastern time, discussing how politicians speak and why it fails to engage young people. I promise it will be less abstract than it sounds. You can listen in via the program’s Web site, and I’m told it will also be archived for downloading and podcasting later in the day.
[Update: True to their word, the good folks at KNPR have uploaded the interview in your choice of streaming and downloadable audio formats.]
Related: CJR Daily now has its own podcast (XML feed, iTunes Music Store link, or direct link to the latest episode). Be the first kid on your block to use it to drown out the crazy guy on the subway trying to convert you to something!
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