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The Future: Emerging Markets for Investigative Broadcast Journalists
McKinley Building American University School of Communication
4400 Massachusetts Ave NW - Washington, DC 20016
Reservations are encouraged.
Broadcast leaders reveal how investigative journalism is fueling profitable new enterprises. How investigative content and long-form storytelling helps create award-winning podcasts, network television, cable and video-streaming specials, and docu-series films.
Presented and Organized by Chris Halsne, American University Investigative Broadcaster in Residence.
This event is free and includes lunch and networking opportunities for students and young professionals.
Moderator: Ricardo Sandoval-Palos – Public Editor for PBS
Panel Members Include:
Cindy Galli, Chief of Investigative Projects - ABC News
Matt Goldberg, Vice President of Content Strategy – NBCUniversal
Cindy and Rob Dorfmann – Strong Island Films
Katie Hinman – Executive Producer Special Programming CNN
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