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The Bucks County Community College journalism program and the Centurion student newspaper present the 15th annual Media Day Journalism Forum on Thursday, April 24:

Building a Journalism Career
in the Digital Age

Laurie Mason Schroeder
reporter
The Bucks County Courier Times

 

Eric Redner
writer, editor
SportsNetwork.com

 

Anthony DiMattia
reporter
The Bucks County Courier Times


 

Tom Sofield
editor, publisher
LevittownNow.com

Tom Rowan
reporter
Metro Philadelphia

Thursday, April 24

CENTURION STUDENT NEWSPAPER OFFICE, ROLLINS 127
BUCKS COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE
275 SWAMP ROAD, NEWTOWN, PA

Sessions will be as follows:

8:00 - 9:15 a.m.
11 a.m. to 12:15 p.m.

You'll also get a chance to:

-Hear about the college's journalism program

-See the college's journalism lab where classes are held and the student newspaper is produced

This event is free and open to the public

Students coming in buses can be dropped off at the entrance to the college's Gateway Center (building 26 on the campus map). Buses should park in student parking Lot C (see campus map). Individual visitors attending the forum can park in the visitor's parking lots or also in
Lot C.

For more information, contact journalism Professor Tony Rogers at
215-968-8165 or at journalism@bucks.edu

Sponsored by the Centurion, the student newspaper of Bucks County Community College

DIRECTIONS        

CAMPUS MAP

VIRTUAL TOUR


Past speakers at this event have included NBC News President Steve Capus (a former Bucks student), New York Times reporter Charlie Leduff, Fox News senior producer Jerry Burke, and Philadelphia Inquirer reporters Bill Lyon, Tom Ginsberg, Michael Matza, Natalie Pompilo and Dawn Fallik.