According to a report by Unity: Journalists of Color, broadcast and digital news media, including newspapers, have shed 35,885 jobs since Sept. 15, 2008. How can newsrooms with thinned budgets and skeletal staff continue to investigate and report news from around the world?

Panelists included:
Paul Salopek, 2009 Lovejoy Award winner for coverage of Darfur
Sue Smith, Managing Editor, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
David Underhill, Director of Syndication, GlobalPost

Moderator: Ann Marie Lipinski, former Vice President and Executive Editor, Chicago Tribune

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