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Monthly Education Series

Details:
"What Happened to the News? Reading the “news” in the age of internet and social media sources."
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Join our monthly Education Series.  This is an opportunity for us to have civic, civil dialogue across our community and potentially to help us bridge the political divide here in Flathead County. Open to the public and focusing on issues that matter to all, it's an excellent way to get informed on topics that are highly relevant in today's complex world.

Date:
October 24, 2019
TIME:
7:00 pm
9:00 pm
LOCATION:
FVCC, Arts and Technology Building, Room 204
GUEST SPEAKER:
All are invited to attend the presentation by Dennis Swibold, Professor of Journalism at the University of Montana and former newspaper journalist with the Philadelphia Inquirer, Salt Lake Tribune and Bozeman Daily Chronicle. Dennis is also an award winning author of the book "Copper Chorus: Mining, Politics and the Montana Press, 1889-1959," a history of industrial domination of Montana newspapers.
WHY ATTEND:
  • Learn how “the news” and journalism has been affected and changed by the development of online “news outlets” and social media…for better and for worse.
  • Better understand how you can identify fake news and how you can identify news outlets that are following professional journalism standards to bring you up to date on the events of our world.
  • Discuss with a journalist some of the best online news sources for world and international events, as well as national events…you may find some unique journalism out there!
  • Get a handle on the future of news journalism.
  • This presentation is part of the Humanities Montana speaker series.
  • It's free!!