On February 3, 2010, the Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism hosted James R. Gaines, editor-in-chief of the multimedia online publication FLYP, who delivered the first Delacorte Lecture of 2010. A former editor of People, Life, and Time, Gaines spoke about multimedia journalism and the challenges of storytelling in a digital age.
Video of the lecture can also be accessed here on mobile here.
Video courtesy Alan Haburchak
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The Columbia Graduate School of Journalism presents The Delacorte Lectures, a series examining aspects of magazine journalism featuring a leader in the field of magazine publishing. The series is headed by Victor Navasky, the George T. Delacorte Professor in Magazine Journalism and director of the Delacorte Center. Click here to view all Delacorte Lectures.
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