There's a panel discussion in New York today entitled The State of Gadget Media. Panelists include the dudes from Gakwer/Gizmodo behind the iPhone 4 stories earlier this week, a Senior Editor from one of the big media outlets that those Gawker/Giz guys claim get unfair access, and the head of PR for Samsung Mobile. Amongst others.
Originally slated to be on the panel but no longer attending is the Editor-in-Chief of Engadget, who also published photos of the lost iPhone but apparently turned down an opportunity to buy the actual device.
This will either wind up being an incredibly lame, frustrating, tight-lipped "discussion," or a VERY interesting peek into what the heck is actually going on in this business. What constitutes "Technology Journalism" these days, anyway?
Meantime, any thoughts on the whole iPhone 4 "outing"? Sound off ...