In the wake of layoffs at large newspapers and the shift to the Internet, a panel discussion next Wednesday, Dec. 12, in San Francisco will explore alternative business models for reporting the news. Speakers will include Rose Aguilar of KALW-FM, Guild leader Carl Hall,’s Barry Parr, SJSU’s Michael Stoll and Josh Wilson of Questions the group will answer include:

    • With all the high finance and power plays, how do communities actually get news that matters?

    • Amidst layoffs and shrinking newsrooms, how can reporters and editors do their jobs and serve the public interest?

    • What future awaits young journalists graduating from the Bay Area’s j-schools?

The Dec. 12 panel runs from 7:30 to 10 p.m., CounterPulse, 1310 Mission St. (cross of Ninth Street). Here’s a link. It’s sponsored by the Society of Professional Journalists — Northern California,, Independent Arts & Media, and Shaping San Francisco.

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