Friday, September 8, 2017
1:00 pm - 2:15 pm
When the November election results were in and the country learned that we would be led by one of the most controversial presidents in history, the media also learned that it was going to have to shift the way in which it covers the White House. From accusations of “fake news” to the White House kicking cameras out of the pressroom, we as journalists have to ask ourselves, what have we learned in this new Trumpian era? What have we done well? What can we do better? And what in the world will we be covering next? Hear answers from some of the top reporters who have been covering the President from the front lines, and ask your own questions about what to do next.
Moderated by: Marcus Mabry
Panelists: Marilyn Geewax, Patrick Healy, Jeff Mason, Ellen Ratner, John Yang
Awards presented: Excellence in Sports Writing, Excellence in Book Writing, Excellence in Profile Writing, Excellence in Digital Edition