Friday, October 30, 2009

Play it again: 13th Forum on paywalls

If you missed 13th Journalism Leaders Forum discussion, Paywalls: build them, break them - or look beyond them, you can view an unedited recording of the discussion here.

The international panellists were:

  • Robert Andrews, UK Editor of, for the 13th Journalism Leaders Forum in Preston.
  • Peter Bale is the Executive Producer of Microsoft UK, responsible for content on platforms including MSN UK – the largest commercial portal in the UK. He joined Microsoft from News Corporation where he was online editorial director of The Times and The Sunday Times.
  • Frédéric Filloux, editor for the international division of the Norwegian media giant Schibsted ASA and co-author of the Monday Note .
  • Martha Stone, director of the Shaping the Future of the Newspaper project of the World Association of Newspapers-IFRA
  • Gordon Crovitz, the former Wall Street Journal publisher behind the paid-content startup, JournalismOnline
François Nel, director of the Journalism Leaders Programme at UCLan, was in the chair.

Diary note: the next meeting of the Digital Editors' Network and the 14th Journalism Leaders Forum is scheduled for the autumn 2010.

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