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What is Quality Journalism and How Can It Be Saved.

What is Quality Journalism and How Can It Be Saved.

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Charlie Beckett, director of Polis, a journalism and society think-tank at the
London School of Economics’ Media and Communications Department. Author
of the book Supermedia – Saving Journalism So It Can Save The World.

George Brock, Professor and Head of Journalism at City University, London.
Former editor at the Times.

Stephen Coleman, Professor of Political Communication and Director of
Research at the University of Leeds. Expert in e-democracy and digital
citizenship.

Tony Curzon Price, editor-in-chief of openDemocracy.net.

Natalie Fenton, Professor of Media and Communications at Goldsmiths
University, London. Editor of the book New Media, Old News: Journalism
and Democracy in the Digital Age.

Bob Franklin, Professor of Journalism Studies at Cardiff University. Author
of the book Newszak and News Media.

Charlotte Higgins, chief arts writer of the Guardian.

Christopher McKane, managing editor of the Times.

Robert Picard, Professor of Media Economics at Jönköping International
Business School.

Alan Rusbridger, editor of the Guardian.

Juan Senor, Partner at Innovation Media Consulting Group based in London.
Media consultant who helps news operations to re-invent their products.

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