IRJCI
INSTITUTE FOR RURAL JOURNALISM & COMMUNITY ISSUES



INSTITUTE FOR RURAL JOURNALISM & COMMUNITY ISSUES

STRENGTHENING LOCAL COMMUNITIES THROUGH LOCAL MEDIA

Broyhill Inn and Conference Center
December 6
Boone, North Carolina

 


9:30-10:00
Registration, coffee and treats, get acquainted time

10:00-10:45
“State of the South 2002"
Ferrel Guillory, Director,
Program on Southern Politics, Media and Public Life, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and Lecturer, School of Journalism and Mass Communication, UNC-Chapel Hill.

10:45-11:30
“Collard Greens or Creme Brulee: Covering Changing Communities in Southern Appalachia”
Bill Moss, Managing Editor,
Times-News Hendersonville, North Carolina.

11:45-12:45
Lunch in Broyhill Dining Room

1:00-2:00
“The Media and Community Development”
Dr. Ronald Eller, Director,
The Appalachian Center and Associate Professor of History, University of Kentucky. Author of Miners, Millhands, and Mountaineers.

2:00-2:15
Break, drinks and cookies

2:15-3:00
“Getting Good Press”
Richard Tuttell, Executive Editor,
Lenoir News-Topic, Lenoir, North Carolina,
Adjunct Instructor, Department of Communication, Appalachian State University. Author of Good Press: An Insider’s Guide to Publicizing Business and Community News.3:00-3:30 Workshop wrap-up and discussion of ideas for follow-up conferences.



 

Institute for Rural Journalism & Community Issues

University of Kentucky
College of Communications & Information Studies

106 Grehan Building, Lexington, KY 40506-0042

Phone: (859) 257-7805, Fax: (859) 323-9879, E-mail: moore@uky.edu


Questions about the web site: Contact Deborah Stigall, Graduate Assistant, dstig2@uky.edu


Last Updated: October 31, 2002