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Press Credibility & the 2004 Elections
Date Wednesday May 26
Time 5:30 PM - 9:30 PM
Location Details
The World Affairs Council
312 Sutter St., Ste. 200
San Francisco
415/293-4600
Event Type Panel Discussion
Organizer/Author
May 26: Press Credibility & the 2004 Elections
A FREE event for the public
Wednesday, May 26
Check-in: 5:30 pm; event: 6:00pm
Wine and finger-food reception to follow

Ticket price:
FREE to all

Venue:
The World Affairs Council
312 Sutter St., Ste. 200
San Francisco
415/293-4600

Panelists:

John Diaz, Editorial Page Editor
San Francisco Chronicle

Deirdre Hussey, City Editor
San Francisco Examiner

Kevin Keane, Executive Editor (invited)
Oakland Tribune

Matt Mansfield, Deputy Managing Editor
San Jose Mercury News

Raul Ramirez, News Director
KQED radio

Moderator: Bill Woo
Professor of Communications, Stanford University; former Editor-in-Chief, St. Louis Post-Dispatch

Event Description:
The San Francisco Bay Area edition of the Associated Press Managing Editors Credibility Roundtable program will emphasize dialog between news producers and news readers, rather than ex cathedra pronouncements by the panelists.

The topic of discussion is press credibility, accountability and Election 2004 coverage. The intent is to spur a "community conversation" that will reaffirm the mission and standards of news media during this crucial time for American democracy; and that will strengthen the relationship between newsroom decision-makers and the active, engaged, conscientious audience.

Credits:
Produced by Newsdesk.org for the Associated Press Managing Editors and the Online News Association. Sponsored by the World Affairs Council and the Berkeley Graduate School of Journalism.
Added to the calendar on Friday May 21st, 2004 11:49 PM
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