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Losing Focus: Has the Economy Sapped Efforts to Build Diverse Staffs?

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3:15 APME Session

Through buyouts, layoffs and attrition, most newsrooms have lost staff. What is the state of efforts to build diversity in newsrooms, and what are strategies for trying to fix things in an uncertain economic time?

Moderator: Alan D. Miller, managing editor-news, The Columbus Dispatch.

Panelists: Wanda Lloyd, executive editor, Montgomery Advertiser, Troy Turner, editor, Farmington Daily Times, Gilbert Bailon, editorial page editor, St. Louis Post-Dispatch and Karen Magnuson, editor and vice-president/news Rochester Democrat and Chronicle.

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