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24
Mar
Date:
7:00 PM - 9:00 PM, March 24, 2022
Location:
Polsky Theatre
Categories:
Conferences & Lectures, Community

Unpack the future of news media with local pros.


The state of news media is confusing and always evolving—how can we keep with the times? Dive deep into the world of journalism and learn to think like a reporter in this 90-minute presentation.

In a world where breaking news goes to Twitter first and homegrown reporting seems lost to time, local journalists Steve Kraske of KCUR and Dave Helling of The Kansas City Star will make sense of it all. Get an in-depth look at the past, present and future of professional newsgathering operations in the U.S. Consider the ethics of newsgathering as the process continues to evolve. Become an expert on both local and national media.

This event is free, but tickets are required for admittance. There will be no reserved parking for this event. Reserve your seat today, or call the JCCC Box Office at 913-469-4445.

This event, part of the Polsky Practical Personal Enrichment Series, is sponsored by the JCCC Journalism and Media Communications Department and the JCCC Foundation.

The Polsky Practical Personal Enrichment Series is underwritten by the Norman and Elaine Polsky Family Supporting Foundation within the Greater Kansas City Community Foundation in partnership with JCCC and includes topics not being offered elsewhere. Successful professionals share their knowledge to benefit you.