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A discussion with The Boston Globe
Monday, September 26, 2011 from 5:30 PM to 7:00 PM (EDT)
The new BostonGlobe.com, which debuted Sept. 12, sparked a lot of discussion. Will a paywall model work for a major metro newspaper? Does splitting the newspaper’s web presence in two strengthen or weaken its business model? Will young people be willing to pay for news? Will its new technological approach build a web strategy that works like an app?
If you’re interested in these sorts of questions — or in the fate of New England’s largest and most important newspaper — mark your calendar for Monday, September 26 at 5:30 p.m.. That’s when we’ll be holding an event at the Nieman Foundation to discuss the Globe’s new strategy with the people who’ve designed and led it. You’re invited.
In attendance and on stage from the Globe will be: Chris Mayer, the newspaper’s publisher; Marty Baron, its editor; Michael Manning, product director; and Lisa DeSisto, the paper’s chief advertising officer.
Nieman Lab director Joshua Benton will interview the Globe execs on stage, asking them about the new model, and then we’ll open it up for questions from the audience. Then some wine and cheese.
The event will be held at Lippmann House, the Nieman Foundation's building on the edge of the Harvard campus. We’re at 1 Francis Avenue in Cambridge, which is at the corner of Kirkland Avenue, a few blocks northeast of the Harvard Square T stop. Hope to see you there.
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Nieman Journalism Lab at Harvard
The Nieman Journalism Lab is a project to try to help figure out the future of the news. It's part of the Nieman Foundation for Journalism at Harvard University.