Newspaper mogul Phil Bronstein joins Stephen in the studio. watch
David Grann, writer for The New Yorker, speakes to Phil Bronstein, editor-at-large for the San Francisco Chronicle, about his new book The Lost City of Z. Grann shares his journey from city-dwelling reporter to intrepid adventurer, where he follows the footsteps of famed explorer Percy Fawcett deep into the Amazon jungle. In this video, Grann compares modern exploration to that of the 1920s.
While millions of individuals are uploading videos to YouTube, the integration of citizen journalism into mainstream media has not yet happened on a large scale, says Phil Bronstein, editor of the San Francisco Chronicle. Phil was a panelist at the Beet.TV online video roundtable last week at Stanford. We agree. While CNN's iReport, Current.com and others are providing the public with tools to upload into managed media environments, this is still in the early stages. YouTube of course has
William Hearst and Phil Bronstein describe the competing interests an editor has to consider when publishing a story. Bronstein outlines three instances in which he would not publish a story.
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