BREAKING NEWS! The 25th annual New York Press Club Foundation's Conference on Journalism is November 4th at NYU from 8:30 a.m. until 2:30 p.m. SIGN UP NOW.
The plenary session, Journalism in the Age of Trump, will be moderated by Michael Calderone, senior media reporter for Politico. Panelists will include Alex Burns of The New York Times, Katherine Miller of BuzzFeed, and Timothy O'Brien of Bloomberg News.
Breakout sessions include:
- The Future of Photojournalism and the Citizen Photo/Videographer
- Local News Reporting: Can Local Journalism Stay Relevant?
- Investigative Reporting: Unearthing the Facts
- Comedy & Trump's America
- Let's Talk: Effective Strategies for a Great Interview
- Business Reporting: Getting Inside the Companies You Cover
The cost is $50 for members; $80 for non-members; student $30. Besides great panel discussions, breakfast and lunch are included!
|NYPC Members - $50||Non Members - $80|
- NY Press Club President Steve Scott
New York Press Club members and friends:
We are committed to working for a free and open press. For that reason, the New York Press Club is joining more than 50 other news and journalists' organizations, in filing a Second Circuit amicus curiae brief, in a case that could establish a First Amendment right to film and otherwise record police in public spaces (there is currently no such Second Circuit decision recognizing that right). With the First Amendment being challenged and blurred at every turn, we, the amici, believe it is important to set this precedent in the Second Circuit.We will keep you posted on progress.
New York Press Club President
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