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What future for the business of regional newspapers?

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.

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

14:00 Fri 23 Oct 2009

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

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

13:59 Fri 23 Oct 2009

Marc Reeves, Editor, Birmingham Post

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

13:59 Fri 23 Oct 2009

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

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

13:58 Fri 23 Oct 2009

Question and Answer session Chaired by Torin Douglas

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