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March 12, 2009

A Conversation About the Future of Arts Journalism

Christie's hosts a panel on the future of arts journalism tonight from 6-8 PM ET and it's being streamed live on the web. Yopu can watch it live here. The panel includes New York Times culture editor Sam Sifton, Alisa Solomon, director of Columbia University's arts journalism program, and Marian Godfrey from the Pew Trusts (and patron saint of the NAJP. The panel is moderated by Sree Sreenivasan, Dean of Student Affairs at Columbia University's School of Journalism. Here's the description of the event, which apparently is sold out:

As traditional outlets grapple with the fast-changing media landscape, what does the future hold for arts journalism? If online media is the way of the future, what are the proven business models and which are to be avoided? What career path should an aspiring journalist or seasoned arts writer take in this new climate? Our distinguished panel of journalists, educators, and cultural leaders will address these questions and more at this important event.

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