2010 SABEW Phoenix Conference Recap

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Len Downie, whose work on the future of American journalism has sparked debate nationwide, concluded SABEW’s annual three-day conference with an address on “The Reconstruction of American Journalism” Sunday, March 21, at the Cronkite School at Arizona State University.

From paid content to new j-startups, Downie, a professor of journalism at ASU and former editor of The Washington Post, painted a picture of optimism at the final keynote event of the 47th annual convention of the 3,200-member organization of financial journalists. More… | Photos

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Conference Recap

diamond Feinberg: Biz journalists critical to exec compensation debate
Pay czar’s keynote kicks off the SABEW national conference in Phoenix.
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diamond ‘Pay czar’: Limit base exec salaries
Feiberg endorses a $500,000 cap.
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diamond Mexican media mogul calls for stronger U.S. ties to ’emerging market’ south of border
Calls Mex. gov’t transparency ‘dream scenario.’
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diamond Valley execs talk future of pro sports
Team chiefs discuss tough economy.
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diamond Affording College Life: Economic crisis coverage goes in one ear and out the other
Roshau reports on the ‘Getting it Wrong’ panel discussion.
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diamond Former Washington Post editor talks future of news
Len Downie Jr. on how journalism will escape extinction.
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