The Graduate School of Education Presents:
“The Audience and the Issues”
Thursday, November 12th, 2009
12th Floor Lounge
It’s no suprise that technology has changed the ways in which audiences relate to media. Pre-digital delivery systems and the old media model of the “common campfire” are long gone, raising concerns about audience fragmentation, the collapse of print, and new media’s ability to generate unbiased news and information.
Join us as we explore the impact of the digital revolution. Learn how media will be distributed and analyzed in the future, and what it will mean in terms of emerging careers.
Dr. Bill Baker, Ph.D., Claudio Aquavivo Chair and Journalist-in-Residence at Fordham University and president emeritas, Channel Thirteen/WNET
Gerry Byrne, Senior Vice President, Entertainment Group, Nielson Business Media