Original air date: May 11, 2023
The city of Atlanta has been at the forefront of major news and issues that have resonated around the country. Hear from tenured journalists, publishers and historians on lessons learned from Atlanta journalism history.
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From its beginnings as a major railroad center to its role in the Civil War and the American Civil Rights movement, to the 1996 Summer Olympic Games where Muhammad Ali lit the Olympic Flame in one of the Olympics’ most poignant moments, to serving as home to the Martin Luther King, Jr. Center for Nonviolent Social Change and the Jimmy Carter Presidential Library and Museum, the city of Atlanta has been at the forefront of major news and issues that have resonated around the country and around the world. Hear perspective from tenured journalists, publishers and historians on lessons learned and advice for B2B publications to implement in their own work.
Panelists: Leroy Chapman, Jr., Editor-in-Chief, The Atlanta Journal-Constitution; Marsha “Radiolady” Washington George, Second Vice President, National Board and Atlanta Chapter President, National Black Radio Hall of Fame; and Janice L. Ware, Publisher, The Atlanta Voice
Moderator: Rich Luna, Senior Director, Content, Associated Luxury Hotels International (ALHI)
This archived conference session is free for ASBPE members.