The Future of Journalism in 30 Seconds
28th November 2013 | George Brock
We set George Brock, author of Out of Print, our video challenge to summarize his book against the clock.
Since it published in September, Out of Print: Newspapers, Journalism and the Business of News in the Digital Age has been covered by bloggers and media outlets from around the world, including the BBC's Meet the Author.
For those who dont have the time to scroll through all the reviews and coverage, we set author and Head of Journalism at City University London, George Brock, our author challenge to summarize his book in 30 seconds. Ready. Set. Go!
About the Author: George Brock is Professor at City University London, where he heads the prestigious Graduate School of Journalism. During his career as a journalist, he worked for the Observer and The Times, where he was Foreign Editor, Managing Editor and Saturday Editor. He has served as president of the World Editors Forum, and is on the board of the International Press Institute. He is a regular commentator on news and journalism in the UK and global media, and broadcasts frequently. He is an active conference speaker and reviewer. You can find him on Facebook, Twitter and his blog.