Can the public (and the press) videotape the police without fear of arrest? Why are reporters and photographers finding themselves being blocked from coverage at public events? What can we do to help fight this anti-media mood that is manifesting not only in the presidential race, but right around the corner in our hometowns? Hear panelists on the front lines trying to overcome these hurdles.
Peter Caruso, Caruso & Caruso
Greg Sullivan, Malloy & Sullivan
Mike Donoghue, Burlington Free Press
As the opioid crisis continues in New England some reporters have found new approaches to telling the stories and gone deeper into the factors behind the drug problem. This roundtable brings together journalists to talk about the trends they are seeing and to discuss stories they’ve worked on in the past year.
Moderator: Anne Brennan
K.C. Meyers, Cape Cod Times
John Voket, The Newtown Bee
Jill Harmacinski, The Eagle-Tribune
Tim Brady, Concord Monitor
Mark French, Springfield Republican
Jen Steiner, MetroCreative Graphic