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Syracuse Univ Symposium Examines Media in Public Diplomacy

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12 October 2014. Three panels of experts from journalism, government and academia will explore multiple issues of how government officials and media interact, the evolving role of media in shaping opinion and public policy and the special role of international broadcasting. The symposium, entitled More as the Story Develops, takes place on Thursday, 30 October at Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS), 1616 Rhode Island Avenue in Washington, D.C.

The day-long symposium, organized by the Association of Public Diplomacy Scholars of Syracuse University, aims to investigate the role of the media in public diplomacy, with particular emphasis on global information sharing. Under Secretary for Public Diplomacy Richard Stengel is the keynote speaker. Panelists include Marvin Kalb, Anne Gearan, Jen Psaki, Tara Sonenshine, Steven Kull, Joel Kaplan, Barbara Slavin, Katherine Brown, Stefan Grobe, Yasmeen Alamiri, and Ivica Puljic.

The day-time sessions are free, but advance registration is required. The evening reception and keynote has a fee of $10.00 and separate registration.

Association of Public Diplomacy Scholars at Syracuse University is a student-run organization dedicated to promoting public diplomacy, and creating forums for dialogue regarding this and related fields, such as public relations, mass communications, and media studies.


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