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Communications and Messaging Strategies: Governing and Reporting


12 Jul 10-1am

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Learn how the press decides what to cover and how political operatives work to steer coverage of "news", the value and protection of leaks, the protocol of reporting and sourcing of stories, on vs. off the record, standards of reporting in new age media, messaging strategies, and many other topics. Panel moderation by Professor Bradley A. Blakeman (Semester in Washington Program, American Politics and Public Affairs, and Deputy Assistant to President George W. Bush).

 

Panelists include: Eleanor Clift, Political Reporter for Newsweek/Daily Beast; Doug Heye, Former Communications Director for the Republican National Committee; Karen Finney, Democratic Strategist and former Communications Director for the Democratic National Committee; Scott Sforza, Former Deputy Assistant to the President (George W. Bush) for Communications; and AB Stoddard, Associate Editor, The Hill

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Copley Formal Lounge

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Add to Calendar 2011-07-12 10:00 2011-07-12 01:00 America/New_York Communications and Messaging Strategies: Governing and Reporting Learn how the press decides what to cover and how political operatives work to steer coverage of "news", the value and protection of leaks, the protocol of reporting and sourcing of stories, on vs. off the record, standards of reporting in new age media, messaging strategies, and many other topics. Panel moderation by Professor Bradley A. Blakeman (Semester in Washington Program, American Politics and Public Affairs, and Deputy Assistant to President George W. Bush).   Panelists include: Eleanor Clift, Political Reporter for Newsweek/Daily Beast; Doug Heye, Former Communications Director for the Republican National Committee; Karen Finney, Democratic Strategist and former Communications Director for the Democratic National Committee; Scott Sforza, Former Deputy Assistant to the President (George W. Bush) for Communications; and AB Stoddard, Associate Editor, The Hill Copley Formal Lounge , Georgetown University MM/DD/YYYY