aimWest’s Journalism Event


Last night was aimWest’s “What has happened to journalism” – the refined title from “What the hell happened to journalism in the US?” – which was the working title we on the board used. In case you missed it, there will be a video released by WZZM TV 13 this Saturday – I’ll post a link when I have it. The panel discussion centered around how Social Media has affected changes in legacy or old media. Panelists included Tim Mak of Politico, from DC; Laurie Cirevello of The Rapidian, in Grand Rapids (A hyper-local publication of citizen journalists); and Stanton Tang the news director for WZZM.

You can read thoughts and twitter posts during and after the event here:!/search?q=%23aimwest

If any of you were there last night, I’d love to hear your thoughts. Actually even if you weren’t there, I’d love to hear your thoughts on what the H happened to Journalism.

Ok – go.


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