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“Conversations with media … over beer.” featuring “Going to the Dark Side”
Find out what it’s like to transition from Hack to Flack. Does it require a call to serve? A desire to escape the constantly shifting mandates of journalism? A shift in sociopolitical ideology? Or — let’s face it — a better paycheck and more free time to spend with friends and family? Featuring three Sacramento celebrities:
Jeffrey Callison, former Capital Public Radio Insight host, now press secretary, California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation
Kevin Riggs, former KCRA 3 news anchor and political reporter, now senior vice president, Randle Communications
Venus Stromberg, former bureau chief at Capitol Television News Service, now public information officer, Board of Equalization
This is the second in a series of informal monthly gatherings hosted by the Sacramento Press Club to discuss a wide range of issues of interest to local journalists. We apologize if you were unable to participate in the last forum due to the overwhelming response! This time we have Vanguard all to ourselves, so there should be ample access for all. We welcome suggestions for future topics.
Date: Thursday, Sept. 3, 6:00 p.m. at Vanguard, 1415 L St, Sacramento, CA 95814
Please RSVP to Allen Young firstname.lastname@example.org
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