NLGJA-LA and the Los Angeles Press Club present: Out in the Newsroom: A look at LGBT coverage and careers in journalism.
A panel of openly gay journalists will share their experiences and advice on being out in journalism today. What are the pros and cons of being out to your superiors, co-workers, sources?
What is the responsibility of a gay journalist when it comes to a news organization's LGBT coverage? Has sexuality become a non-issue, an advantage? A disadvantage?
The event is moderated by Variety's political editor Ted Johnson. The panel includes CNN's Miguel Marquez, Pulitzer Prize winner Bettina Boxall of the Los Angeles Times, Emmy winner Mekahlo Medina of NBC4, Former LA Times Assistant Travel Editor Jane Engle, and 2013 GLAAD Media Award nominee Phillip Zonkel of the Long Beach Press Telegram to our panel!
The event has a suggested donation of $5. Refreshments will be provided.
11 am to 1 pm at Los Angeles Press Club's Steve Allen Theater: 4773 Hollywood Blvd., Los Angeles, CA, 90027
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Los Angeles Press Club
The Los Angeles Press Club stands as an organization devoted to improving the spirit of journalism and journalists, raising the industry’s standards, strengthening its integrity and improving its reputation all for the benefit of the community at large. Serving the Southland since 1913, it is the only Southern California journalism group that speaks for all journalists working for daily and weekly newspapers, radio & TV, magazines, documentary films and online. For more information, go to http://lapressclub.org.