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PBS MediaShift | 5Across June, 2010 | Arts Criticism in the Digital Age | PBS

Duration: 24:36 (Full Program)

The latest 5Across video show from PBS MediaShift is about "Arts Criticism in the Digital Age" and is about how the profession of being a critic is changing. Many newspapers and magazines have laid off critics, while more people are doing their own criticism on blogs and checking out review aggregators such as Rotten Tomatoes and MetaCritic. The show includes San Francisco Chronicle art critic Kenneth Baker, Bay Citizen culture editor Reyhan Harmanci, freelance critic Jonathan Kiefer, TV Critics Association president Susan Young and Rotten Tomatoes editor Matt Atchity.

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Post Date: June 29, 2010