The Future of Journalism

June 20, 2017
11:30 AM - 1:00 PM
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OU-Tulsa Campus -- Schusterman Center - Learning Center - Founder's Hall
41st and Yale
Tulsa, OK 74135
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The OU-Tulsa Center for Studies in Democracy and Culture Presents... 

The Future of Journalism

How we consume news is radically changing, and the nature of what we consume as "news" is rapidly being redefined. What does all this mean for the future of American democracy?  Be part of the discussion:

Ed Kelley, Dean of the OU School of Journalism, and Susan Ellerbach, Executive Editor of the Tulsa World, will be our guests for a luncheon program to help us understand the significance of all the changes that have been happening in journalism: declining newspaper readership, declining TV news audiences, the emergence of radically different new sources of news via the Internet and social media, etc. We will explore what all this means for the future of American democracy. In addition to the insights we will get from Ed Kelley and Susan Ellerbach, Rodger Randle will share his thoughts on what these changes mean from his perspective of the time when he was covered by the media.
Noon, Tuesday, June 20, Founders Hall
OU-Tulsa, 41st and Yale

Ed Kelley | Dean, OU's Gaylord College of Journalism
Susan Ellerbach | Executive Editor, The Tulsa World
Rodger Randle | Director, Center for Studies in Democracy and Culture

There is no charge for attending, but a light buffet lunch will be available for $5. Please RSVP if you plan to attend and also if you plan to have lunch by calling 918-660-3494 no later than June 19. 

The luncheon buffet line will open a little after 11:30 am.