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10/27/11: The Rise of the Audience

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10/27/11: The Rise of the Audience

Salt Lake City – New technologies allow anybody to record history's first draft. As legacy media outlets strain to employ these tools, a new class of bloggers and "citizen journalists" are using them to carve their niche outside of the mainstream media. But what do these changes mean for the audience? Have they changed our expectations for what news should be and how it should be delivered? A panel of guests joins Doug on Thursday to wrap up our Future of Journalism series at the Hinckley Institute of Politics.

Learn more about our guests:

  • Mathew Ingram, Senior Writer at
  • Holly Mullen, a writer, and former reporter, columnist and editor for some 30 years. Most recently she did publicity for the Utah Democratic Caucus.
  • Matthew LaPlante, a journalism instructor at Utah State University and a former national security reporter for the Salt Lake Tribune. He has helped build a Web site, for a Salt Lake City neighborhood.
  • Holly Richardson, a member of the Utah House of Representatives from Pleasant Grove and an active blogger covering conservative politics in the state.

Hinckley Institute of Politics, Siciliano Forum on The Future of Journalism:

  • Today at 12:30 p.m. The Hill and Politico founder Martin Tolchin will give a keynote address, "Bigger, Better, Bolder Some Unconventional Thoughts on the Future of Journalism," Marriott Library Gould Auditorium at The University of Utah.
  • Tomorrow at Noon, Hinckley Forum: "Political Reporting and the Fourth Estate: Who Watches Government?" (held in the Hinckley Caucus Room)
  • For details on other events in the Hinckley Institute's Siciliano Forum on The Future of Journalism, click here

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