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August 18, 2009

Instituto Cervantes’ “future of online journalism” debate set

By conrad

A panel discussion on the future of online journalism, featuring journalists and executives from the BBC, ABC and Spanish publication Expansión is to take place early next month in London.

Some of the topics to be discussed include the perennial favourite, Twitter, the potential offered by citizen and collaborative journalism projects and how the public is reacting to the changes instigated by the internet.

The panel is to feature Nathalie Malinarich, World executive editor at BBC News online, and London-based Spanish correspondents Emili Blasco of ABC and Amparo Polo of Expansión.

Chaired by Laura Rodriguez of El Colectivo, the new online magazine for Spaniards in London, the debate will be open to input from the press and public after the panel debate.

The debate takes place at 6.30PM on Wednesday September 9th, at Instituto Cervantes.

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