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Join us for a conversation with Pulitzer Prize-winning journalists CPL Hauser Visiting Leaders Nicholas Kristof and Sheryl WuDunn, who will examine evolving dynamics in media content creation and dissemination, and business model trends across the media landscape. Which is more influential – an op-ed or a tweet? What is the key to remaining relevant – pursuit of truth or dogma? And with some news organizations shrinking and struggling, what are some of the ways that journalism can increase its chances of thriving?
Moderator Kaeti Hinck, 2018-2019 Nieman Fellow, will join Mr. Kristof and Ms. WuDunn in discussing these questions, along with lessons leaders should take away regarding media training, messaging management, and resource allocation.
This event is free and open to the public.
ABOUT NICHOLAS KRISTOF AND SHERYL WUDUNN
Nicholas Kristof is a two-time Pulitzer Prize winner who writes op-ed columns that appear in The New York Times twice a week. Sheryl WuDunn, also a Pulitzer Prize winner, co-founded FullSky Partners, a consulting firm that operates on the mission to advise for-profit ventures to develop scalable business models to deliver both commercial returns and sustainable social impact. Nicholas and Sheryl have authored four books together; they are currently writing a book about poverty and inequality in the U.S.
Click here for more about Mr. Kristof, Ms. WuDunn, and the Hauser Leaders Program.