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New York Press Club: An Evening With Margaret Sullivan
Margaret Sullivan is the fifth public editor appointed by The New York Times and is the longest serving public editor to date, having served for three and a half years. In May, she will move on to The Washington Post having recently been appointed the paper’s media columnist.
At the Times, Sullivan has written about journalism in a frequent blog, the Public Editor’s Journal, and in a twice-monthly print column in the Sunday Review section. The public editor’s office also handles questions and comments from readers and investigates matters of journalistic integrity. The public editor works independently, outside of the reporting and editing structure of the newspaper; her opinions are her own.
New York Press Club Board member, Beth Karas, will moderate.
Come hear from Margaret about how it went at the Times and what she may have in mind as media columnist for The Washington Post.
Free admission for Press Club members and CUNY J-School students, faculty and alums. Admission is also free for members of the Overseas Press Club, The UN Correspondents Association, The Newswomen’s Club of New York, Deadline Club, NYABJ, AAJA, SAJA, and The Society of Silurians. RSVP is required.