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Sunday, July 1 • 9:30am - 10:40am
The Future of Jewish Journalism: Can Jewish Media Survive Millennials?

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Spoiler: There's hope.  But young Jews are also raising new and difficult questions for the field of Jewish journalism.  What do millennials want out of Jewish media?  Can legacy Jewish publications reinvent themselves to appeal to the next generation?  Will community papers have to turn to new mediums or tell different kinds of stories to attract young readership?  What does the future of Jewish media look like?  Join "J." Editor-in-Chief, Sue Fishkoff, a Jewish journalism veteran with 30 years in the field, and New Voices Magazine Editor-in-Chief, Sara Weissman, a millennial journalist, for a lively dialogue.

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Sue Fishkoff

Editor, Journalist, Author
Sue Fishkoff is the Editor of J., the Jewish News of Northern California.  She lives in Oakland with her three cats and really loves her job.
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Sara Weissman

Correspondent. Editor-in-Chief, New Voices Magazine.
Sara Weissman is the Executive Director of the Jewish Student Press Service and the Editor-in-Chief of New Voices, a national online magazine written by and for Jewish college students.  She graduated from UC Berkeley, where she got her start in journalism as an opinion columnist... Read More →


Sunday July 1, 2018 9:30am - 10:40am
Sonoma Valley