Stanford University, Graduate School of Business
Stanford, California 94305

Reputable national newspapers such as the Tribune Company and New York Times are in financial crisis, and many local newspapers have stopped publishing. How will journalism and the news business evolve with technology? What are the new opportunities for entrepreneurs? How can high-tech innovators build new business models around news and the barrage of newly unemployed journalists?
Join us and explore opportunities presented by the turmoil in the news industry and the business models being tried out by incumbents and new entrants. This event will bring together both old and new media companies, journalists and investors trying to reshape the news industry.


Heather Harde, CEO, TechCrunch

Guy Kawasaki, Founder, AllTop

Rob Curley, President and Executive Editor of Greenspun Interactive, Las Vegas Sun

Ann Grimes, Acting Director, Graduate Program in Journalism, Stanford University

Norman A. Fogelsong, General Partner, Institutional Venture Partners

Larry Magid, Tech Analyst, CBS News & CNET and Columnist, San Jose Mercury News & Palo Alto Daily News

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Added by dsundarraj on May 17, 2009