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New ways of doing journalism




This event is now fully booked. The event will be streamed live, see below for details.

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Questions can be submitted to the panel via the twitter hashtag #CityNewJournalism

"There are new ways of doing journalism as the digital revolution moves on. But what are these innovations? How do they work? How are they changing journalism, and with what effects?"

Roy Greenslade, The Guardian Greenslade Blog

Panel disucssion with:

Andrew Jaspan, founder and CEO of The Conversation (, a site publishing news and commentary by academic experts. Ex-editor of The Observer (London) and The Age (Melbourne). The Conversation UK is based at City University London.

Luke Lewis, editor of the UK edition of, ex-editor of

Anette Novak, ex-editor and CEO of Sweden's Interactive Institute, which experiments with interaction design and data visualisation. One of the Institute's data visualisations is currently on show at the British Museum.

Sarah Hartley, co-founder and editor of Contributoria; journalism and blogger involved in, and the Guardian's n0tice start-up.

Chair: Professor George Brock

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When & where

6.30pm - 8.00pmTuesday 28th January 2014

College Building City, University of London St John Street London EC1V 4PB UK

Contact details

City Events Team

+44 (0)20 7040 8037

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