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John Lloyd on the Future of Journalism

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After a century in which public relations needed journalism (because journalists were the main gatekeepers of news and information), the internet and social media have now empowered the PR trade and freed it from subservience to the news media.

What does this mean for the future of journalism, and the future of the public interest?

In this excerpt from the event, Public Relations: The Master Now, the panel discuss what this means for the future of journalism, and the future of the public interest.

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