Atlanta Press Club and National Press Club Look at Journalism’s Future

Atlanta Press Club and National Press Club Take a Look at the Future of Journalism

For the first time the National Press Club is taking its programs across the nation to help promote the First Amendment and freedom of the press and to look at where the journalism profession is heading.

As part of its 100th birthday celebration, the Club is hosting forums in cities and journalism schools to present its centennial documentary, A Century of Headlines, and to organize panels of leading journalists to talk about preserving the core values of the profession while facing the changing dynamics of the business.

WHEN:
Tuesday, October 14
6- 7pm Reception
7-8:30pm Program

Moderator:
Gil Klein, National Press Club Centennial Project Director
Confirmed panelists:
Jill Becker, Anchor, WXIA-TV
Tom Baxter, Editor, Southern Political Report
Kent Middleton, Professor and Department head,
Grady College of Journalism at University of Georgia
Cynthia Tucker, Editorial Page Editor and Columnist, Atlanta Journal-Constitution

WHERE:
Georgia Public Broadcasting*
260 14th street
Atlanta,GA 30318
*The 14th Street Bridge is closed due to construction. For alternate directions please click here

RSVP:
This program is open to the public. APC members and students receive complimentary admission to the event. Please R.S.V.P. so we know how many people to expect. Nonmembers may purchase ticksts for $15. Tickets may be purchased by clicking the link below or by calling 404-57-PRESS. Payment must accompany reservations, and there is a 48-hour cancellation policy.

The National Press Club Centennial Forums are sponsored by Aviva USA, one of the fastest growing life insurers in the United States.

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