#NASH78 Adrienne Batra, John Cruickshank, John Stackhouse on the future of legacy media -- J-Source.ca -- The Canadian Journalism Project

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#NASH78 Adrienne Batra, John Cruickshank, John Stackhouse on the future of legacy media

Adrienne Batra is the editor of the Toronto Sun. She was director of communications for Rob Ford's 2010 mayoral campaign and his press secretary until coming to the Sun in 2011 where she worked on Sun News Network and as a columnist for the paper. John Cruickshank is the publisher of the Toronto Star and president of Star Media Group. He previously served as publisher of CBC News, publisher of the Chicago Sun-Times and chief operating officer of the Sun-Times Media Group. John Stackhouse is senior vice-president in the office of the CEO at Royal Bank of Canada. He was editor-in-chief of The Globe and Mail from 2009-2014 and book "Mass Disruption: Thirty Years on the Front Lines of a Media Revolution" examines how major newspapers are learning to survive in the digital era. These three experts of legacy media will use their experience to discuss the future of the industry in a panel-style discussion.

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