Chronogram’s 25 Birthday Party!
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Chronogram Conversations—The State of Local Media
Thursday, November 1, 2018 from 5:30 PM to 7:30 PM (EDT)
At CO, the cooperatively owned and operated coworking space in Rhinebeck.
Come out and meet us! The River is excited to be part of the next Chronogram Conversations event.
On August 31, the Village Voice, the nation’s first alt-weekly and the standard-bearer of alternative newsgathering and cutting-edge reporting and writing from the mid-1950s onward — announced it was “suspending” its editorial production. In late July, the Daily News cut half its editorial staff in one fell swoop. The advertising-driven media model is in crisis. Can it survive? If not, what will take its place and how are local media organizations in the Hudson Valley adapting to these new conditions?
Join us for an evening of discussion about the future of local media with some of the region’s most influential media owners and executives. (Full list of panelists below.) The evening will also include a keynote address by Jim Friedlich, Executive Director and CEO of the Lenfest Institute for Journalism, a nonprofit that owns the Philadelphia Enquirer and Philadelphia Daily News and is developing sustainable business models for local journalism. There will also be a short presentation introducing The River.
Food and beverages will be served.
Sponsored by Ulster Savings Bank and Powered by AT&T.
$10 per person with online pre-registration.
$15 per person fee at the door if you do not pre-register online.
Join the conversation! Register now.