Brier Dudley is editor of The Seattle Times Save the Free Press public service initiative. He will discuss the journalism crisis in the United States and efforts to preserve and grow the local news industry.
Bio: Dudley has been with The Seattle Times since 1998 and was a member of the editorial board for five years. He spent 14 years covering Microsoft and the technology industry, including nine years writing a tech column for the Business and Technology sections. A third-generation Seattleite, Dudley received a B.A. in English from Whitman College and studied film production in Italy before starting a career in newspapers. He has won numerous regional and national journalism awards.
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