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“Korean and International Perspectives on journalism in Seoul” seminar Sep. 29, 2016
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“Korean and International Perspectives on journalism in Seoul” seminar Sep. 29, 2016

“Korean and International Perspectives on journalism in Seoul” seminar Sep. 29, 2016

Thursday, September 29
5:30-7:00 PM
Location: W Stage Anguk

 

“Korean and International Perspectives on journalism in Seoul”

 

Speakers:
Wang Son-Taek YTN
Don Kirk Fortune Magazine
Steven Borowiec Los Angeles Times

 

 

This seminar considers the evolving nature of journalism in Seoul today and its impact on global media. A group of Korean and international reporters will share their perspectives on how journalism is evolving in Seoul today, the impact of technology and globalization and the prospects for the future.

WCO Anguk