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The mistaken notion is that the primary product of the newspaper is journalism.

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"The future of Local News is About More Than Just Paid content" is an article thinking about the future of "Newspapers" or community data sources/feeds on the Knight foundation sponsered "MediaShift Idea Lab" PBS website.

A newspaper is a product that, at least at its peak, provided about 50 different services for people. It helped people figure out where to shop. It delivered a boatload of coupons every Sunday. It helped them plan their weekend. It entertained them with comics and puzzles. It let them know what was on the school lunch menu. And along the way, it also delivered journalism.

BlogOrlando 2008

Location

Rollins College
1000 Holt Ave
Winter Park, FL 32789
Sep 26 2008 5:00p Sep 27 2008 - 11:59p

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what: an unconference
when: September 25-27, 2008
where: Orlando, Florida
cost: free

tracks:
Journalism
Technology/Tools
Local/Community
New Media/Creative
Marketing/PR

Voce Communications, in partnership with Rollins College will host the third edition of this FREE event that was open to bloggers and non-bloggers alike from Florida and anywhere else. We bring together a good cross-section of folks to discuss blogging, podcasting, public relations, social media, citizen's journalism and other related topics. The event was as much a social/family gathering as it is a 'work' gathering.

There is an opening and a closing reception in Downtown Orlando on Orange Ave both nights - check the schedule for details.

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