Insight with Andrew Keen: Is the internet killing journalism?

Talk Thursday 6th September, 2007

Silicon Valley veteran Andrew Keen explains why he believes the internet promotes plagiarism and piracy and is killing professional journalism and culture.

Keen is a British digital media entrepreneur and Silicon Valley insider whose popular writings about culture, media and technology has been featured in many newspapers and magazines, including The Evening Standard, Business Week, Esquire and The Guardian. He hosts the acclaimed podcast show AfterTV.

Keen is the author of The Cult of the Amateur: how today’s internet is killing our culture and assaulting our economy.

Moderated by Richard SambrookDirector of the BBC’s Global News.