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NABJ Roundtable: A Conversation with the 2011 NABJ Honorees (CANCELED)
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When: 1/27/2011
11:00 AM
Where: University of Maryland College Park
1100 Knight Hall, Suite 3100
College Park, Richard Eaton Theatre  20742
United States
Contact: Irving Washington

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Update: (1/27/11) - The NABJ Roundtable scheduled for 11:00 a.m. at the University of Maryland, College Park is canceled due to weather. The NABJ Hall of Fame Gala scheduled for 6:30 p.m. at the Newseum will happen as scheduled.

NABJ Roundtable: A Conversation with the 2011 NABJ Honorees

January 27, 2011
Philip Merrill College of Journalism at Knight Hall
Richard Eaton Theater, 1st Floor
11:00 a.m. EST

Join NABJ Hall of Fame Awards Chair and ABC7/WJLA-TV Anchor Maureen Bunyan for an in-depth discussion of the journalism lives and careers of the 2011 NABJ Hall of Fame Inductees. The National Association of Black Journalists invites students, faculty and colleagues to this extraordinary session to meet and and discuss their careers, impact and the changing face of journalism. Joining the discussion will be JC Hayward of WUSA-TV Washington, Ray Taliaferro of KGO-AM San Francisco, Eugene Robinson of The Washington Post, Merri Dee of WGN-TV Chicago and Walterene Swanston of National Public Radio. The session will also reflect on the career and impact of investigative journalist Ed Bradley of CBS News' "60 Minutes.”

This special event is held in conjunction with the 2011 NABJ Hall of Fame Induction and Reception, held at on the evening of the 27th at the Newseum.

The roundtable event is free to ALL students, faculty, and journalists colleagues.

Maureen Bunyan, Anchor, ABC7 / WJLA-TV

Eugene Robinson, associate editor and columnist, The Washington Post

JC Hayward, Emmy winning anchor and reporter, WUSA-TV Washington

Ray Taliaferro, veteran radio journalist, KGO-AM San Francisco's the Early Show

Merri Dee, former evening anchor, WGN-TV Chicago

Walterene "Walt" Swanston, retired director of diversity management, National Public Radio

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