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Join us for a national conversation about local journalism sustainability issues – including business model disruption, revenue, emerging technologies and more.  
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Friday, October 7 • 1:30pm - 2:30pm
New Jersey's $2 billion question: It's time to reimagine public media

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Margarethe Laurenzi, Director of Leadership and Grantmaking at the Community Foundation of New Jersey, will lead a panel discussion on New Jersey's upcoming spectrum auction and how we might use the money to reimagine the future of public media, featuring:

Chris Daggett
, President and CEO, Geraldine R. Dodge Foundation
Craig Aaron, President and CEO, Free Press


Moderators
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Margarethe Laurenzi

Director of Leadership, Grantmaking, and Engagement, Community Foundation of New Jersey
Laurenzi comes to CFNJ from the Rutgers University Foundation where she was a Development Officer in its Corporate & Foundation Relations office.  In her new role, she will guide CFNJ’s leadership grantmaking and work with its family of foundations to find and implement effective interventions to society’s philanthropic challenges. | | Laurenzi’s previous experience includes leadership consulting roles with Columbia... Read More →

Speakers
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Craig Aaron

President & CEO, Free Press
Craig has led Free Press and the Free Press Action Fund since 2011. For more than a decade, he has been a leader in major campaigns to safeguard Net Neutrality, stop media mergers and consolidation, oppose unchecked surveillance, defend public media and sustain quality journalism. He works in Washington and speaks often to the press and the public on media and technology issues. His commentaries appear regularly in The... Read More →
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Chris Daggett

President & CEO, Dodge Foundation
Chris Daggett has been a respected leader in New Jersey’s nonprofit world for nearly 20 years, serving on a number of boards, including the Schumann Fund for New Jersey, Regional Plan Association, and The Trust for Public Land. As the independent candidate for governor in 2009, he was the first independent candidate to raise the threshold amount of money to qualify for public matching funds and to participate in public debates with the... Read More →


Friday October 7, 2016 1:30pm - 2:30pm
Room 3 University Hall 7th Floor, 1 Normal Avenue, Montclair, NJ 07043

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