Media Advisory: Carnegie Mellon's Engineering College Hosts
News Media To Discuss Coverage of Upcoming G20 Summit
Event: Carnegie Mellon University's College of Engineering will host a panel of media experts who will discuss how they are covering the upcoming G-20 economic summit in Pittsburgh.
Carnegie Mellon Engineering Dean Pradeep K. Khosla will welcome panel members, and M. Granger Morgan, head of the university's Engineering and Public Policy Department, will moderate a panel designed to give journalists a forum to explain the tools they will use for covering the summit, and what piques their interest when it comes to creating tomorrow's headlines.
Panel members include Howard Fineman, Newsweek's chief political correspondent, senior editor and deputy Washington bureau chief; James R. (Bob) Hagerty, a Wall Street Journal reporter who is a former managing editor of the Asian Wall Street Journal, and former bureau chief of the International Herald Tribune and Wall Street Journal in Hong Kong, London, Brussels, Paris and Atlanta; Jonathan Kersting, associate publisher and editor of the Pittsburgh Technology Council's TEQ news magazine; and Dennis Roddy, a Pittsburgh Post-Gazette staff reporter assigned to covering the G-20. The event is open to the public.
When: 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m., Monday, Sept. 21.
Where: Singleton Room, Roberts Hall of Engineering, Carnegie Mellon University, off Frew Street and Schenley Park.