PRXNE16 on Election 2016: Has The Media Become The Story?

PRXNE16 on Election 2016: Has The Media Become The Story?
May 24, 2016 Denise Hutchins

Four of the regionís leading political journalists will have an in-depth and dynamic conversation during the lunchtime keynote which will provide PRSA members with an editorial insight into the 2016 Presidential Election that will be a highlight of the PRXNE16 Conference.† Bostonís award winning journalist RD Sahl who has been covering the political scene since 1968 will moderate a terrific panel including the Boston Globeís Political Editor Shira Center; WPRIís Political Reporter Ted Nesi, and the Union Leaderís Executive Editor Trent Spiner.

Is the media responsible for creating Donald Trump and Bernie Sanders?† Would the campaign be any different if there werenít 17 Republican candidates?† From the Boston Globeís satirical ĎPresident Trumpí faux front page to the Union Leaderís retraction of its Chris Christie endorsement, how has journalism changed in the face of this most unpredictable Presidential Race, and its coverage of stories it helped to generate?† What is the role of other local politicians including Elizabeth Warren?† What is it like to be the ĎFirst in the Nationí primary from the editor and assignment desks? How has all of this impacted the role of PR professionals who represent organizations with legislative interests? With so much coverage being given on a daily basis to the 2016 Election, how would these busy journalists suggest how organizations participate in, or break through this noise? What will the future look like for both journalism and public relations after November?†What lessons is the media learning, and teaching, as we head into the climax of this epic roller coaster headline story of 2016?

This regional media delegation is sure to provoke the political news junkie in all of us with their privileged, Ďbehind the curtainí revelations that are sure to inspire ample water cooler, colleague and dinner conversation to follow. Most importantly, they will inform your daily media relations and social media activity. Bring your questions for an open conversation following this freewheeling moderated discussion during lunch.

About Amy Riemer, Principal, Riemer Communications @riemercomm, Chair, PRXNE16 Conference Programming + Speaker Management

From her North Shore, MA office, Amy provides media relations, trade expo and event coordination services to diverse organizations consumer, technology, nonprofit and trade show management sectors. Her experience proved invaluable to the planning of PRXNE16, for which we fielded triple the number of speaker proposals to available presentation slots. Prior to founding her consultancy, she was affiliated with Reed Exhibitions, Edelman and PAN Communications.

 

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