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Innovation Uncensored New York: Google Glass And The Future Of Journalism

Join Fast Company staff writer Chris Gayomali for a live Q&A with University of Southern California journalism professor Robert Hernandez and documentary director Hannah Roodman as they discuss Google Glass' potential for journalists. The chat will take place on Wednesday April 9 at 1PM (ET).

The criticisms leveled at Google Glass should ring familiar.

It's clunky and invasive, to say nothing of the people who actually wear it everywhere. 

For journalists, though, it's worth considering the storytelling possibilities a two-way communication channel opens up, which is why this fall, University of Southern California journalism professor Robert Hernandez will be leading a class that hopes to figure out some of Glass's creative possibilities. 

Hernandez will be joining us on Wednesday, April 9th at 10 a.m. PT/1 p.m. ET to discuss his course's curriculum, what Glass could mean for the future of journalism, and why we ignore it at our own peril. Joining him is special guest Hannah Roodman, a documentary filmmaker based in New York who has explored Glass's narrative capabilities in her work.

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