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As mass media institutions have declined, media has become more massive. We are surrounded by sources, but what do we trust, if anything? Join 89.3 WFPL News and IF University for a fun and informative class on how the media effects us and what we can do about it. Gabe Bullard will discuss the disruptions in the news media and how these changes have affected the practice of journalism in a local market and the responsibility of newsrooms and audiences. What you don't know can hurt you.
FACILITATOR: Gabe Bullard is Director of News and Editorial Strategy for 89.3 WFPL News. He joined WFPL in 2008 as a reporter on the city politics beat. Since then, he has reported, blogged, hosted and edited during elections, severe weather and the Fairldale Sasquatch scare of 2009. Before coming to Louisville, Bullard lived in St. Louis, which was his home base for years of growing up, studying, and interning at various media outlets across the country.
IMPORTANT NOTE: Parking is available in several lots on South Fourth Street. Click here for a map of city parking garages.
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IF University is a new platform and ecosystem for creative thinkers, innovators, and curious minds to teach classes, attend classes and bring unexpected ideas to the forefront to build and support a culture of innovative thinking. Built on the “Stay Curious” premise of the annual IdeaFestival® in Louisville, IF University is designed to inspire new and novel thinking all year round by hosting classes and events on a wide variety of topics held in public venues. All IF University classes and events are non-credit learning experiences, with an emphasis on the intersections between varied topics and multiple disciplines. Ideas at Play, that's IF University.
IF University is a division of the IdeaFestival® , the non-profit organization dedicated to empowering individuals, businesses, organizations and communities to grow, change, and be relevant by constantly challenging their assumptions and affirming their intellectual courage.