“The State of Accountability Journalism in the State of Texas: Where Do We Go from Here?” on Sept. 24th
Tuesday, September 24,
11:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
A full-day event co-sponsored by the School of Journalism at The University of Texas at Austin and Columbia Journalism Review, featuring a keynote address by Kathleen Carroll, executive editor and senior vice president, The Associated Press (second floor auditorium, BMC 2.106); morning panel and afternoon panel.
Afternoon panel #1- 1:30 p.m. in the Belo Center for New Media briefing room BMC 5.208 on the fifth floor. "Assessing the Issues and Coverage," moderated by Richard Parker, the Columbia Journalism Review. Panelists include Bob Mong, editor, The Dallas Morning News; Emily Ramshaw, editor, The Texas Tribune; Steve Proctor, managing editor, Houston Chronicle; and Arantxa Loizaga, anchor, Univision San Antonio.
Afternoon panel #2 - 3 p.m. in the Belo Center for New Media briefing room BMC 5.208 on the fifth floor. "Doing More in an Era With Less," moderated by Maggie Rivas-Rodriguez, associate professor in the School of Journalism. Panelists include Jim Moroney, CEO, A.H. Belo, publisher, The Dallas Morning News; Sonceria "Sonny" Messiah Jiles, CEO, Defender Media Group; Debbie Hiott, editor, The Austin American-Statesman; and Wanda Cash, assistant director of the School of Journalism.
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