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Does Business News No Longer Make for a Good Business - event films

The University of Warwick recently hosted a debate between four leading media figures about their hopes and fears for the future of business media.

CBI Head and former Financial Times Editor Richard Lambert; BBC Media Correspondent Torin Douglas (Chair); Marc Reeves, the Editor of the Birmingham Post and David Arnott, Associate Professor of Marketing and e-business at Warwick Business School examined these issues with an audience of opinion formers and business leaders from across the Midlands.

Here you can find the presentations by each of the speakers and the audience Question and Answer session.

Introduction from Torin Douglas and Dr David Arnott Presentation-Does Business News No Longer Make for a Good Business

09:54, Tue 2 Oct 2012

Introduction from Torin Douglas, BBC Media Correspondent. Presentation from Dr David Arnott, Warwick Business School.

(MP4 format, 154 MB

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Marc Reeves Presentation- Does Business News No Longer Make for a Good Business

09:54, Tue 2 Oct 2012

Marc Reeves, Editor, Birmingham Post

(MP4 format, 14:01, 111 MB

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Richard Lambert Presentation- Does Business News No Longer Make for a Good Business

09:54, Tue 2 Oct 2012

Richard Lambert, Director-General, CBI and Chancellor of the University of Warwick.

(MP4 format, 12:37, 100 MB

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Question and Answer Session- Does Business News No Longer Make for a Good Business

09:54, Tue 2 Oct 2012

Question and Answer session Chaired by Torin Douglas

(MP4 format, 245 MB

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Does Business News No Longer Make for a Good Business Full Version

09:54, Tue 2 Oct 2012

Featuring Richard Lambert, Marc Reeves, Dr David Arnott and chaired by Torin Douglas.

(MP4 format, 273 MB

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