Our host today is Julianne Hazelwood.
1:16 - 11:30 On reality TV....producers cast their characters and put them in predetermined constructed environments. And then edit tape to tell a certain story. Wait. Is that reality tv? Or journalism? Is there a fine line between the two?
11:41 - 22:00 Traditional media outlets are used to adhering to publication bans. But what about bloggers and users of social media tools such as twitter and facebook? Are they subject to the same restrictions? If so, what are the repercussions of breaking a publication ban?
22:28 - 29:22 An area of the changing media we may not be familiar with is robotics. More specifically, we talking about robot journalists.
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