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    Recap: Engaging the Next Generation of News Consumers

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    Recap: Engaging the Next Generation of News Consumers
    The Paley Center for Media - The Paley Center for Media
    As traditional business models for news have weakened, the news industry must look to innovators, entrepreneurs, and emerging technologies to help ensure a future for quality, public-interest journalism. But how can the industry ensure that the audience will be there, too?

    Moderator:
    Andrew Heyward, Monitor Group/MarketspaceNext; former president, CBS News

    Presenters:
    Paresh Dave, Co-Editor-in-Chief, Neon Tommy (USC's Annenberg School of Communication & Journalism)
    Alyssa Katz, Editor, The New York World (Columbia Journalism School)
    Andy Mitchell, Manager, Strategic Media Partnerships, Facebook
    Lauren Offers and John Ward, Aurasma
    Evan Ratliff, Cofounder/Editor, The Atavist
    Jim Roberts, Assistant Managing Editor, New York Times
    Laura Ruel, Hugh Morton Distinguished Associate Professor, UNC-Chapel Hill, Executive Producer, News21’s “Powering A Nation”
    John Tayman, Founder/CEO, Byliner.com

    Dialogue Participants:
    Rafat Ali, Founder, paidContent.org and TraveliQ.com
    Sean Branagan, Director, Center for Digital Media Entrepreneurship, Newhouse School, Syracuse University
    Soraya Darabi, Digital Strategist, ABC News
    Betsy Frank, Chief Research & Insights Officer, Time Inc.
    Saul Hansell, Big News Editor, AOL Huffington Post Media Group
    Larry Kramer, Founder and Former CEO of CBS Marketwatch.com
    Susan King, VP/Program Director, The Carnegie Corporation of New York
    Jennifer 8. Lee, Hacks/Hackers and Plympton
    Betsy Morgan, President, The Blaze
    Dave Morgan, CEO, Simulmedia
    Alan Patricof, Founder and Managing Director, Greycroft Partners
    Howard Schneider, Dean, Stony Brook University Journalism School
    Vivian Schiller, Chief Digital Officer, NBC News
    Stephen Shepard, Dean, CUNY Graduate School of Journalism
    Michael Silberman, General Manager, Online, New York Magazine