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#VOJ10: Video from Value of Journalism conference

We’ve already reported fairly extensively from last week’s Polis/BBC College of Journalism Value of Journalism conference, but here’s some more video now uploaded by the BBC College of Journalism to Ustream.

It includes the final keynote, by Peter Horrocks, director of BBC Global News:

Martin Cloake/Freelance Unbound: What’s the value of journalism? An online debate

And so last week’s Value of Journalism conference continues, with blogger/journalists Martin Cloake and Freelance Unbound asking whether it’s still relevant to talking about ‘a thing called journalism’.

During this week, we’ll be debating the issues on our respective blogs and we’d like to invite you to follow and, better still, comment. You can follow the debate through the magic of web interlinkage or by subscribing to our feeds.

Martin Cloake kicks off by asking ‘does journalism matter?’…

Full post at this link….