News, especially the printed kind, faces strong headwinds. Fewer customers means declining revenues, and the "new media" and "social media" that is replacing traditional news sources are not beholden to time honored journalistic traditions of truth and integrity. Call "fake news" what it is, propaganda, a powerful tool for despots and dictators. We have a lot to talk about.
Featuring Beryl Love (Editor and Vice President of News at The Cincinnati Enquirer and Regional Editor for the USA TODAY Network), Alan D. Miller (Editor of The Columbus Dispatch), Christopher Quinn, (President and Editor, Advance Ohio/Cleveland.com), and host Mike Curtin (retired journalist).
Sponsored by: The Columbus Foundation
With Support From: Dispatch Media Group
Regular Entree: Grilled sirloin with sweet potato hash and garlic asparagus. Served with a garden salad.
Vegetarian Entree: Black bean veggie burger and fries. Served with a garden salad.