Report from MoJoCon 2017

Posted May 04, 2017
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Today was day one of MoJoCon 2017, Mobile Journalism Conference, and the whole thing kicked off with a panel, including Michael, on the future of journalism. The question posed to the panel was: is journalism dead? Michael's short answer: yes.

Here's a clip from an interview after the panel that Michael was part of:

Afterwards, Michael caught up with some noteworthy people at the conference and talked to them on Facebook Live:

 Stay tuned for more updates! 

 


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