I didn’t really feel that my questions or points were properly picked up on by the panel but there was still plenty of debate to be had. I was quite surprised at how many of the audience were famous journalists. People like Suzanne Moore of The Mail and Anne McElvoy of The Evening Standard asked questions. In fact I seemed to be the only one called to ask a question who the chair didn’t actually know!
More surprises here (not) - from Mark Reckons
Editorial Intelligence, the media analysis and networking company: click on its blog link here to read some pieces from its latest 2007 article. It's not that hard, is it, this digital revolution? Or did it end in 2007?