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(This event is currently sold out; see below to join the waiting list.)Join us for the first event in our new "Ideas on Tap," a quarterly series that examines big questions about timely topics in our civic life.
In our 24-hour news cycle, there’s often not enough time to separate fact from fiction before content goes viral. Information travels too quickly and articles are shared without being read closely or evaluated for accuracy. Is the misinformation, disinformation, and political propaganda more acute today than ever before? Join us for a conversation and Q & A with a journalist, legal expert, and educator about the role and influence of mass media in our democracy.
Moderator: Erika Janik, Executive Producer, NHPR (Moderator)
Conversants:Tiffany Eddy, Principal, Tiffany Eddy & AssociatesMark Timney, Associate Professor of Journalism, Keene State CollegeBill Glahn, Esq., Director - Litigation, McLane MiddletonCost is $10 per person and includes appetizers and one beverage (beer, wine, or non-alcoholic drink) in the relaxed atmosphere of the Barley House B Lounge. Click HERE to join the waiting list and you'll be notified if a ticket should become available.
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