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Wednesday, 3/29 LANE CENTER (ATKINSON) 7PM

Come listen to current and former DC journalists and media thought-leaders who have reported on presidents, Congress, tech moguls, international conflicts and more for national newspapers, HBO, MSNBC, BBC and NPR discuss media influence.

How does news shape the way you see the world, how leaders communicate, or how armies wage war? What are the positives and negatives these rapidly evolving communication technologies present? A select panel of journalist and media thought-leaders wrestles with these questions.

Dan Boylan        

Award-winning journalist, and creative consultant with experience across five continents dealing with some of recent history's most high-profile conflicts, crises, and characters including Saddam Hussein, Donald Trump, and Mark Zuckerberg.

Christina Bellantoni

Professor and director of the University of Southern California's Annenberg’s Media Center. She also is a contributing editor with the independent nonprofit newsroom The 19th News, which focuses on gender, politics and policy.

Laura Kelly 

The foreign policy reporter for The Hill, covering how politics on Capitol Hill collides with the goals of the president and the State Department in America’s engagement abroad. 

Guy Taylor       

He is a National Security Team Leader at The Washington Times, overseeing the paper's State Department, Pentagon and intelligence coverage. A series Mr. Taylor led on Russia's attempts to influence the 2016 U.S. election was recognized with a Gerald R. Ford Journalism Prize for Distinguished Reporting on the Presidency, and a Society for Professional Journalists award.


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