Across Europe, huge audience sit – often in national theaters – and experience journalism: reported stories augmented with audio, video and live music and put together in a new genre you could call 'theatrical journalism'. The audience bonds emotionally with the stories, with the storytellers and with each other. But can we go too far in turning journalism into entertainment? Do we risk prioritizing stories over facts? Or is theatrical journalism simply a valuable way to connect with new audiences? Meet and discuss with live journalism pioneers from France (Live Magazine), Finland (Helsingin Sanomat), Romania (DoR) and Denmark (Zetland).