The journalists behind the curtain
How does news get made? Who decides what story goes on the front page? Do news anchors write their own reports? At SPJ-Madison, we know that there's a lot that goes on behind the news that goes to readers, viewers and listeners, so we want to pull back that curtain. We're hosting a panel discussion to do just that with three great journalists from print, television and radio.
But before we get to that, we want to know what YOU want to know! Help us guide this panel by asking us questions here, which may be answered at the event. The event will be at the UW Discovery Building, 330 N. Orchard St., in the Orchard View Room on the third floor from 7 p.m. to 8:30.
We hope to see you there!
What part of the news-making process are you most interested in?
Where stories come from
Who gets interviewed
How interviews are done
What goes to the public and what gets left on the cutting room floor
Where the photos/graphics/charts come from
What questions would you like to ask our panelists or any journalist? Ask as many as you'd like!
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