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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 event — which is free and open to the public — will be held in in the Wisconsin Institute for Discovery’s Orchard View Room at UW-Madison from 7 to 8:30 p.m.

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.

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