Location: Fountain Room, Barbican Centre, Silk St, London EC2Y 8DS
panel members included Neil Fisher from the Times; Martin Cullingford, editor of Gramphone magazine; Ismene Brown, co-founder of The Arts Desk and Nancy Groves, editor of the Guardianâ€™s Culture Professionals Network. Chaired by ypia committee member Tim Woodall.
With public funding cuts creating a difficult environment for arts organisations, strong coverage of the arts in the media is more important than ever. Yet newspapers and magazines themselves face an uncertain future with the internet undermining traditional revenue models. How important is it that arts journalism survives and thrives? What does the future for arts journalism look like. The speakers on the panel discussed all the points.
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