Monday, March 8, 2010

Are California's Media in Crisis?

The evolution of news media has been a long-standing object of The Commonwealth Club's attention. The Club most recently delved into the effects of the decline of traditional news media -- primarily print newspapers, but also some television and radio news -- and its effect on California governance. After all, if one of the roles of journalists is to shine a light of public knowledge onto the workings of public institutions, then what will happen with fewer reporters digging into government lobbying relationships, contract negotiations, and legislation writing?

An expert panel explored this topic February 19 at The Club's San Francisco headquarters. Watch the video above.


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