I’m heading to London on Friday for a conference on the value of journalism organised by Polis and the BBC College of Journalism.
The one-day events coincides with the publication of a new paper from Polis and the London School of Economics – ‘The Value of Networked Journalism’.
According to the organisers, the event will examine the following questions:
- What can new forms of journalism offer the digital society?
- Can blogging, social media and mobile deliver quality, accuracy and universal access?
- What impact will this have on politics and political reporting?- How will journalism be funded?