"Journalism": What is left. What has changed. What is disappearing
Five years ago, we asked ourselves a few questions: how is journalism changing? Can you still accurately report the news in the age of social networks? Can you still choose to try to make a career as a journalist, and how?
Five years later, we more or less ask ourselves the same questions, but the internet has become more important and the number of people reading newspapers has declined.
It is no coincidence, therefore, that the journalists we invited write for printed and online newspapers.
Opening address by Paolo Carta, director of Collegio Clesio
- Stefano Feltri, editor in chief at Domani
in conversation with:
- Claudio Giunta, Rector's delegate for Press and communication
The series of meetings is organized by Collegio Clesio in collaboration with the Press Office and External Relations of the University of Trento.