September 21, 2004

Talk I'm Giving Tonight in SF!

Tonight at the Online News Association event at CNet. On the Future of Journalism and Blogging. 5:30-8:30pm. Don't have a website to direct you to, but CNet is located on 2nd Street in San Francisco, between Howard and Fremont. Many others are talking as well. RSVP to Patti Smith, psmith at knightridder.com

The State of (Bay Area) Online Journalism

CNet Headquarters,
235 Second Street, between Howard and Folsom
San Francisco

5:30 6:30 Registration, wine and cheese

6:30-6:35 Welcome, Jeff Pelline, Editor, CNet News.com, and Bruce Koon, Executive news editor, Knight Ridder Digital

6:35-6:45 THE STATE OF MARK FIORE

The groundbreaking, medium-shaking cartoonist shows off his latest

6:45-7:00 TECH TRENDS

Jeff Veen, principal, Adaptive Path

7:00 -7:20 THE RISE OF THE OUTSIDERS

Blogging and the future of journalism
(Me! I'm going to talk about the relationships between journalists and bloggers.)

Citizen journalists
Jackson West, Editor, SFist.com

7:20-7:50 THE ROLE AND IMPACT OF NEWS AGGREGATORS

Moderator: Neil Chase, managing editor, CBS Marketwatch.com

Panelists: Bill Gannon, editorial director, Yahoo!

Jeff Pelline, editor, CNet News.com

Tim Olson, interactive director, KQED.org

Salon (invited representative)

7:50-8:10 QUESTIONS

8:10-8:30 Closing comments and farewell

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