Today all journalists, regardless of their chosen medium, are confronted with changing tools, audiences, and an ever-shifting media landscape. In our first San Francisco meet-up, we’ll take a look at how the radio industry has addressed these challenges in the past and how it can take advantage of innovation in the future.
Join us for an evening of lively discussion, as some of the Bay Area’s most respected radio-veterans give us their perspective on where the industry is today, and where it’s headed tomorrow.
The event is free and open to the public.
Panel Moderator: Jim Colgan – former WNYC producer and Head of Media at Mobile Commons
Larry Magid – Tech-analyst for CBS radio and KCBS San Francisco, CBS news, and tech-writer for The San Jose Mercury and CNET.com
Nikki Silva – of the Peabody award-winning duo The Kitchen Sisters
Glynn Washington – Creator and host of PRX and NPR’s Snap Judgment
Ian Hill – KQED’s Online Community Engagement Specialist
6:45: Arrive for refreshments, networking
7:00: Panel discussion begins
8:15: Q+A, open discussion
9:00: End of program. Networking and ping-pong
510 Treat Avenue, San Francisco, CA (map)