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Go Content! Beat Ignorance! 

Wednesday, May 20 2009
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Quality journalism will prevail, whether print media lives or dies. That's what we keep telling ourselves. We all want and need rigorous, skilled writer-investigators, whether we receive their messages through dead trees, tweets, cochlear implants, or some shit not yet invented. It's the content that counts, right? At Innovation Salon VI, a group of people in the thick of things, media-platform-wise, discuss the hell out of this vital issue. The Chronicle's Marcus Chan, Salon's Katharine Mieszkowski, Robert Rosenthal of the Center for Investigative Reporting, New American Media's Sandip Roy, and Frontline World's Joe Rubin -- between these highly informed brains is a ton of information as to how we're going to get our really high quality, fascism-preventing journalism in the future.
Tue., June 2, 7 p.m., 2009

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