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SEMINAR TO EXAMINE HOW TECHNOLOGY IS CHANGING MEDIA INDUSTRIES AND CAREERS

 NEW YORK, Nov. 23 ~PRNewswire~ -- The radical revolution in communications and how it will affect all media careers will be examined by a panel of electronic information leaders at the Center for Communication on Tuesday, Dec. 1, 1992.
 The Dec. 1 discussion, including an informal Q&A, will focus on how students and professionals can equip themselves today with the skills necessary to take them into the new information age.
 The Center for Communication, a forum founded by retired CBS President Frank Stanton and funded by virtually the entire media industry, offers 40 seminars a year about issues, ethics and careers in all the communication fields.
 Panelists on Dec. 1 will include Allen Paschal, president & CEO of DataTimes, an international online information service; Roger Fidler, renowned director of new media technology at Knight-Ridder Inc.; and Carol Kopp, news manager for Prodigy Services. Moderating the panel will be Peter Sears, reporter for Reuters for more than 20 years, and professor of international journalism at NYU.
 "I can't think of a more important or timely topic to be examining in depth," said Paschal, DataTimes president, whose service provides subscribers electronic access to more than 1,700 publications, broadcast programs, news services and other information sources from four continents. "Time is of the essence. Technology proficiency is fast becoming the deciding factor for achievement in the media and communication fields. It is absolutely critical that those aspiring to success prepare now."
 The seminar will be held Dec. 1, in New York City at 570 Lexington Ave. (51st Street), in the lower level auditorium, 1:30-3:30 p.m.
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 ~CONTACT: Catherine Williams of Center for Communication, 212-836-3050~


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