|Date||September 25, 2013|
|Time||3:30 - 5:00 pm|
|Location||Cox Lecture Hall|
Armstrong Browning Library
|Description||"People of faith have always been among the pioneers of media technology, using the latest methods from print to digital formats to promote their message. But critics also charge that the mainstream media in the west is overwhelmingly secular, and that journalists sometimes fail to understand basic tenets of major religions. Religion News Service correspondent Sarah Pulliam Bailey will reflect on the state of religion reporting, the impact of digital media and social networking in journalism, and how people of faith can find a place in prominent news outlets."|
Sarah Pulliam Bailey is a national correspondent for Religion News Service. Before recently joining RNS, Bailey was managing editor for Odyssey Networks, covering religion through multimedia. Before that, she spent four years as online editor for Christianity Today, the nation’s premier magazine for evangelicals.
Her articles have appeared in The Wall Street Journal, USA Today, CNN and the Chicago Sun-Times, and have won awards from the Religion Newswriters Association and the Evangelical Christian Publishers Association.
• Sarah Pulliam Bailey (free)
09/25/2013 3:30 PM
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|Publisher||Institute for Studies of Religion|
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