October 4, 2017

Join Kyle Pope, editor and publisher of the Columbia Journalism Review, and some of the nation’s top political journalists for a half-day conference in Atlanta looking at how the election of 2016 transformed the media, the voters, and the presidency.

Participants are expected to include:

  • Glenn Thrush, White House correspondent, The New York Times
  • Erik Wemple, media writer, The Washington Post
  • Celeste Headlee, host, “On Second Thought,” Georgia Public Broadcasting
  • Andra Gillespie, professor, Emory College of Arts and Sciences
  • Paul Beckett, Washington bureau chief, The Wall Street Journal
  • Tamar Hallerman, Washington correspondent, The Atlanta Journal-Constitution
  • Carlos Watson, editor in chief, OZY.com
  • Jason Szep, US national affairs editor, Reuters
  • Jonathan Peters, press freedom scholar, University of Georgia

Please join us for this critical and timely conversation. Admission is free but seats already are filling up fast, so RSVP now.

The Year That Changed Journalism
October 4, 2017, from 2:00 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.
Four Seasons Hotel in Atlanta, Georgia