The Troubled Relationship Between the Media and the New Administration
10:30 a.m. - 2 p.m. Friday, April 28, 2017
Osher special event
Reservations must be made by April 20
Cost is $20 per person
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Has the new administration declared war on the media? A virile, unafraid press is the best
guarantor of a free society. How will the American media continue to function as free and unafraid agents in a new political ballgame, the unorthodox presidency of Donald Trump?
Join us as Marvin and Bernard Kalb analyze and assess this unprecedented new relationship which challenges the most revered role of the free press– accurately informing the citizens of the plans and actions, deeds and misdeeds, of their elected government.
Marvin and Bernard Kalb have had more than 70 years as distinguished journalists and diplomatic correspondents. Bernard Kalb served as foreign correspondent in Southeast Asia, including time during the Vietnam War. He was Assistant Secretary of State for Public Affairs,1985 to1986. Marvin Kalb’s distinguished career included many years as a diplomatic correspondent for CBS and NBC news and in the 1980’s, as host of Meet the Press. He is presently a senior fellow with the Foreign Policy program at Brookings Institute.
Lecture from 10:30 a.m. - 12 p.m.
Lunch will be held from 12-2 p.m.