Trends in Journalism: When Critics Become Capitalists
Alan Deutschman, professor and Reynolds Chair of Business Journalism, will moderate a Churchill Club panel titled “Trends in Journalism: When Critics Become Capitalists.” The event is scheduled for Thursday, Jan. 22, 5:30 p.m., at the Autodesk Gallery, 1 Market Street, #200, San Francisco, CA, 94105. All Bay Area Reynolds School of Journalism alumni are encouraged to attend!
To purchase tickets visit: http://transition.churchillclub.org/eventDetail.jsp?EVT_ID=1031
About the Churchill Club (taken from Churchill Club website):
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