Media, tech leaders chart future of news at Mizzou

COLUMBIA, Mo. (AP) - Top thinkers from the media, business and technology worlds are gathering at the University of Missouri on Monday to try and surmount what organizers call the state of "chaos" in the news industry.

The school's Reynolds Journalism Institute is hosting 40 industry leaders, including representatives from Samsung America, Apple, Wal-Mart and The Associated Press. The 2-day event is free and open to the public.

Planned discussion topics include a look at the news industry 30 years from now as well as global media innovations.

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