NJ News Leaders Respond to Younger Generations' Info Needs

 

Editors from three of NJ's largest newsrooms shared thoughts on how news content is changing during a public forum on Solutions & Civics-based News, 4/6, at MSU School of Communication & Media. "How do we live better, how do we live smarter," queried NJTV News anchor Michael Hill. "We have to answer and respond to these younger people because they're... making us citizens of the world," said Tony Dearing, Director of News Operations for NJ Advance Media. Ed Forbes, Senior Director of Breaking and Local News for North Jersey Media, suggested that news is essential to "readers as they conduct and build healthy communities." [3:39]

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