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The Idaho Press Club has a new event on the calendar: Hacks and Flacks in Transition
From the IPC website:
As newsrooms are shrinking, journalists are busier than ever. And as mainstream media migrates online, a reporter’s day-to-day work is transformed. Gain insight from our news experts on how to work with the media and pitch stories in this new era of news. Hear first-hand about the changing dynamics of the news industry their potential impacts on the working relationship between journalists and PR practitioners.
The panel discussion will be moderated by Marc Johnson, President of Gallatin Public Affairs in Boise, and will include panelists from the Associated Press, Idaho Statesman, Boise Weekly, KTVB and NPR.
RSVPs should be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org or 208-389-2879.
The Idaho Press Club will be presenting a discussion forum featuring firsthand accounts from journalists who covered the Joseph Duncan trial. You’ll be able to hear “what it was like to report on one of the most horrific crimes in Idaho’s history– the legal challenges and media access issues, the ethical choices of balancing the truth with potential harm and the challenge of balancing personal trauma with professional responsibilities.“
Todd Dvorak of the Associated Press will moderate.
Time, date and all of those other pesky details:
Thursday, September 25th, at 6:00 PM
Boise Water Cooler
1401 W. Idaho
$5.00 members and students, $10 non-members