The Society of American Business Editors and Writers will present a panel on business journalism on July 14 at the South Asian Journalists Association annual convention and job fair in New York City.
The panelists will include Newsday’s James Madore, Forbes.com executive editor David Andelman, CJR Daily assistant managing editor Mark Mitchell and SABEW board member Josh Mills, who is leaving his position as a Baruch College professor to become an editor at Bloomberg News.
The panel will discuss covering your own company. Madore, for example, led a team that reported and published dozens of articles, helping restore the paperâ€™s credibility with advertisers and readers, after Newsday’s circulation scandal broke.
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In addition, there is another panel at SAJA related to business journalism. On July 14, there will be a session on investigative business reporting with New York Times reporter Barry Meier, who wrote a series of stories about the defects in implantable heart devices made by the Guidant Corp, that won the George Polk award and were a Pulitzer Prize finalist.
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