The San Francisco Bay Area Journalist Census 2000-2010 is proud to invite you to join us for a presentation and discussion of our census data. Please join us Tuesday, April 19, 2011 at the World Affairs Council of Northern California, where we’ll gather for an opening reception (Read: refreshments and mingling!) followed by a presentation of the report and a panel discussion with audience participation. Find out how job loss has affected journalists in the Bay Area since 2000, talk with a few who have navigated the rapidly shifting media landscape and hear employment experts discuss where the job market is headed. RSVP and view the full details for Tuesday’s event (including the World Affairs Council address and a map of the location) by clicking here.
If you would like to view the preliminary report summaries, you may do so by visiting our homepage; the summaries are located under the menu tab labeled “Survey Update.”
We look forward to seeing you on the April 19!
The San Francisco Bay Area Journalist Census, a workforce study assessing changes in the media industry and job dislocation among Bay Area journalists, is sponsored by NOVA, a federally funded employment and training agency based in Sunnyvale. This event is cosponsored by the Northern California chapter of the Society of Professional Journalists and the Renaissance Journalism Center at San Francisco State University.