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The Role of the Media in Contemporary Society — A Conversation with Matthew Kaminski

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Friday, June 25 at 2:00pm

Virtual Event

Join the FIU Steven J. Green School of International & Public Affairs and the FIU School of Communication and Journalism for the next in a series of compelling conversations featuring leading figures in journalism and media.

Issues explored include the critical roles the media play in democratic societies in a digital age; “fake news” and the public’s trust in media organizations; and news reporting, investigative journalism, opinion journalism, and social media and their impacts on shaping public opinion and public policy.  


A Conversation with Matthew Kaminski, Editor-in-Chief of Politico and founding editor of Politico Europe


Co-sponsored by
Dorothea Green Lecture Series


Opening Remarks
Brian Schriner
Dean, College of Communication,
Architecture + The Arts

John F. Stack, Jr.
Founding Dean, Steven J. Green
School of International & Public Affairs


David J. Kramer
Senior Fellow, Steven J. Green
School of International & Public Affairs

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