The future of newspapers — and whether the news will be written in ink or HTML code — will be the topic of a Commonwealth Club discussion Thursday (March 30) in San Jose. The panel will include, from left, former Knight Ridder news VP Jerry Ceppos, Center for Citizen Media director Dan Gillmor, Salon editor-in-chief Joan Walsh, and moderator Jim Bettinger, director of the Knight Fellowship Program at Stanford University. Not pictured from the panel is Peter P. Appert, a Goldman Sachs analyst. One question they’ll all address is the impact of McClatchy’s purchase of Knight Ridder. See the Commonwealth Club web site for details.
Panel to discuss life after ink
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