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Season 2007 Episode 0118

Whose news is it anyway?

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Whose news is it anyway?
Democracy in a Digital Public Sphere - a panel discussion at the Oxford-IPPR Media Convention 2007.The net and digital technologies have changed the way news is produced and consumed. But there are questions about how these changes impact the purpose, value and relevance of news in a digital age. This panel explores how people's relationship with news has changed and how news providers can maintain relevance with those who are adept at accessing more sources of opinion and fact through multiple digital channels.Speakers include: Emily Bell, director of digital content, Guardian News and Media; Yahya Birt, research fellow, Islamic Foundation; Stephen Coleman, professor of political communication, University of Leeds; Martin Fewell, deputy editor, Channel 4 news, ITN; Tim Gardam, principal, St Anne's College, University of Oxford (chair); and Alison Preston, senior research associate, Ofcom.moreless

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