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Society of Professional Journalists-Madison and UW School of Journalism panel on how news is made 🗓
TONIGHT: SPJ-Madison, UW School of Journalism panel on how news is made
MADISON — The Madison chapter of the Society of Professional Journalists is partnering with UW-Madison’s School of Journalism and Mass Communication to host a panel discussion Wednesday, March 27 to answer all your questions about how the editorial process works.
The discussion looks to demystify the process of how stories are reported, edited, packaged and produced by assembling a mix of seasoned TV, radio and print journalists and editors to explain how it’s done.
The three panelists are: WORT News and Public Affairs Director Molly Stentz; Spectrum News 1 Wisconsin reporter Kathryn Larson; and Capital Times editor Jason Joyce. The event will be moderated by a member of SPJ-Madison.
Submit any questions ahead of time here, and RSVP to the event on Facebook at this link.