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Thursday, October 9 • 7:15pm - 8:15pm
The McGraw Symposium: How Digital Native Sites Are Reshaping Business Journalism (Newsroom)

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This year marks the inaugural McGraw Symposium, a new feature of SABEW's annual fall conference at CUNY. The symposium will explore the rapid rise of the digital native sites and how they are reshaping business journalism. We'll look at why new players such as Quartz, Business Insider and Re/code are growing rapidly, what their strengths — and weaknesses — are compared with traditional media and most importantly, what does their increasing popularity mean for business journalism? The panel will be moderated by Jane Sasseen, executive director of CUNY’s McGraw Center for Business Journalism, which is sponsoring the evening program.

The McGraw Center was established in January 2014 at the CUNY J-School to enhance the quality and depth of business news coverage. Through the McGraw Fellowship for Business Journalism, the Center offers financial and editorial support for deeply reported investigative and enterprise stories on important business and economic issues. It also provides training, and funds scholarships and internships for J-School students who concentrate in business reporting.

 


Moderators
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Jane Sasseen

Executive Director, The McGraw Center for Business Journalism
Jane Sasseen is the executive director of the McGraw Center for Business Journalism. She spent 15 years at BusinessWeek as news editor, national correspondent and Washington bureau chief before becoming editor-in-chief of politics and opinion at Yahoo! News. She has also written extensively on the digital transformation of media for the Pew Research Center and taught in the Global Business Journalism program at Beijing’s Tsinghua University... Read More →

Speakers
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Henry Blodget

Co-founder, CEO and Editor-In-Chief, Business Insider
Henry Blodget is co-founder, CEO and editor-in-chief of Business Insider, one of the fastest-growing business and tech news websites. Business Insider's investors include Institutional Venture Partners, RRE Ventures and Bezos Expeditions. The site has more than 25 million visitors a month. A former top-ranked Wall Street analyst, Blodget also is the host of Yahoo Daily Ticker, a digital video show viewed by several million people a month and... Read More →
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Kevin Delaney

Co-founder and Editor-In-Chief, Quartz
Kevin J. Delaney is editor-in-chief and co-founder of Quartz. He was a reporter at The Wall Street Journal for a decade, with postings in Paris and San Francisco. While covering Internet companies such as Google, Twitter and Facebook for the Journal, he became convinced that newspapers could do much more to ensure that good journalism thrives in the digital age. He returned to New York and became managing editor of WSJ.com, where he led... Read More →
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Walt Mossberg

Co-executive Editor, Re/code
Walt Mossberg is co-executive editor of Re/code, which provides independent tech news, reviews and analysis, and the co-executive producer of The Code Conference. With Kara Swisher, he previously co-produced D: All Things Digital, a major high-tech conference featuring interviewees with Bill Gates, Steve Jobs and many other leading players in the tech and media industries. Mossberg was the author and creator of the weekly... Read More →


Thursday October 9, 2014 7:15pm - 8:15pm
CUNY Graduate School of Journalism- Newsroom

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