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UNIVERSITY PLACE

Arts Journalism 2.0 - Ep. 380

  • Aired: 12/03/2009
  • 53:36
  • Rating: TV-G
Douglas McLennan, Director of the National Arts Journalism project Not long ago, public discussion, debate, and criticism of the arts were the domain of mass media, created and curated by professional journalists and critics. McLennan discusses ways artists, arts organizations, and arts professionals will need to adapt along with the shifting channels and credentials of this public discussion.
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Douglas McLennan describes how arts journalism can adapt to the shifting media landscape.
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