This Friday and Saturday, I’ll be in Austin at the University of Texas’ 7th International Symposium on Online Journalism. On Friday, I’ll be speaking on the panel Audience and Business Models: Will the Online News Industry be Able to Finance Quality Journalism? The other panelist will be Gary Meo, Senior Vice President, Print and Internet Services, Scarborough Research. (The entire symposium will be webcast)
On May 16 & 17 in New York City, I’ll be blogging from IDG’s Syndicate conference. I’ll be blogging for Corante, which is a media sponsor of the conference and where I founded and contribute to the Rebuilding Media blog.
Then on May 18 & 19th, I’ll be in Las Vegas at Editor & Publisher and MEDIAWEEK magazines’ Interactive Media & Trade Show. I’ll be speaking on the panel What’s Wrong With Media?. The other panelists will be Bambi Francisco of MarketWatch and Diane Mermigas of The Hollywood Reporter.
From June 28 through July 1, I’ll be at the University of Massaschusetts’ Democracy & Independence: Sharing News & Information in a Connected World summit and conference. It’s part of that school’s Media Giraffe Project. I’ll be co-convening its Future of Journalism roundtable on June 29th.