Is political journalism different because of New Hampshire’s first in the nation status? Questions are flying about whether the Granite State is still the best state to kick off the presidential primary, which leads us to ask, what will happen if New Hampshire loses its coveted standing? In a conversation moderated by Dr. Christine Gustafson of Saint Anselm College, we'll hear from a political science professor and three well-known journalists with different audiences–national, state, and local–to reflect on how news coverage changes at different levels of government and whether it is the same, or different, in New Hampshire.
Cost is $15 per person and includes appetizers and one beverage (beer, wine, or non-alcoholic drink) in the relaxed atmosphere ofTwin Barns Brewing Co.
Julie Hart, The Laconia Daily Sun
Holly Ramer, Associated Press
Josh Rogers, NHPR
Dr. Dante Scala, UNH
From left to right: Julie Hirshan Hart, Holly Ramer, Josh Rogers, Dante Scala
Dr. Christine Gustafson
This series was made possible by the Mellon Foundation.
Tuesday, September 27, 2022 5:30pm
Twin Barns Brewing Company194 Daniel Webster HighwayMeredith NH 03253
New Hampshire Humanities
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