Thursday 3rd May, 2012
7:00pm to 8:30pm
Independent journalism can still be a profitable profession. While big media groups are struggling to come to terms with the digital age, sassy and enthusiastic young writers are quietly earning a living by supplementing their expertise with events and consulting services and by building their reputations as connectors and pundits.
The UK's media landscape is changing at a disorientating pace. But by marrying the attention to detail and respect for accuracy of old media with the agility and liveliness of the blogosphere, there are more opportunities for enterprising writers to make their name and make a living than ever before.
In this class, Milo Yiannopoulos will share his experiences setting up The Kernel, giving you a peek behind the scenes of Europe's newest technology publication, explaining what's worked... as well as what hasn't.
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