Twenty-First Century journalists are evolving into true hyphenates: reporter-mixed media-data cruncher-developer. Hear from three stars under 30 — the MJ Bear Fellows — and six budding journalists — the AP-Google Journalism and Technology Scholars — on how they fit into the future (and present) of the industry.
The session has now ended!
Speaking of John Osborn, his hat is causing a bit of a stir on Twitter:
— Erik Reyna (@erikreyna) September 21, 2012
Where did you get your fedora and how much was it? #newjourno
— David Oltean (@davidpoltean) September 21, 2012
One university professors asks about the future of social skills, and how to instill passion in his students. John Osborn’s response:
— Amy Bartner (@AmyBartner) September 21, 2012
Rebecca Rolfe: “Don’t feel the pressure to know everything. Know enough to speak fluently and intelligently about it, but don’t feel like you have to be an expert in everything.” This is Rebecca’s philosophy — she’s the one who “confessed” in the beginning of the session that she’s not on social media.
With a large panel — nine young journalists — each has 267 seconds to talk.