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Nothing Fake About It: Responsible Reporting in a New Media World
January 11, 2018
7:00 - 8:30 p.m.
In today’s digital news scene, how do journalists maintain integrity while trying to keep up with the 24-hour news cycle? Explore today’s media landscape during Levine Museum’s upcoming panel discussion, Nothing Fake About It: Responsible Reporting in a New Media World. Esteemed local journalists will discuss the high stakes of responsible reporting. Panelists will be moderated by Ann Caulkins, Publisher of The Charlotte Observer, and include:
- Judith Barriga, Reporter, Hola News
- Steve Crump, Reporter, WBTV
- Ann Doss Helms, Reporter, The Charlotte Observer
- Erik Spanberg, Reporter, Charlotte Business Journal
- Herb White, Editor-in-Chief, The Charlotte Post
- Lisa Worf, Assistant News Director, WFAE
Participants will leave the program with a greater understanding of today’s media culture and tips on how to filter personal news consumption.
The program begins at 7:00 p.m. To purchase your $10 ticket click here.
Board members and Visionary Circle Members are invited to a special pre-reception before the event. Please register with Kris Cole at 704.333.1887 ext. 241 or email@example.com.