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Reporting Right: How Conservative Journalists are Doing Local News

Albert Eisenberg co-founder, Broad + Liberty
Jillian Melchior Writer, Wall Street Journal
Ted Dabrowski president, Wirepoints
Michael Hendrix director of state and local policy, Manhattan Institute
Tue, Jun 22, 2021 EVENTCAST

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Reporting Right: How Conservative Journalists are Doing Local News

Albert Eisenberg co-founder, Broad + Liberty
Jillian Melchior Writer, Wall Street Journal
Ted Dabrowski president, Wirepoints
Michael Hendrix director of state and local policy, Manhattan Institute EVENTCAST 01:00pm—02:00pm
Tue Jun 22
Tue Jun 22 2021
PAST EVENT Tue Jun 22 2021
 

At least 1,800 communities across America have no local media. This vacuum has created opportunities, not only for new reporting outlets to emerge, but also for national journalists to devote their attention to local institutions.

In Philadelphia, Broad + Liberty launched in 2019 to cover local and current issues with an eye toward “improving civic dialogue.” In Illinois, Wirepoints regularly breaks stories on corruption. And the Wall Street Journal provides consistent, high-quality reporting on local news across the country. These journalists serve as watchdogs helping to preserve local institutions.  

In this event, we will highlight how freedom-friendly voices are reporting on local news around the country. We will discuss how the shifting local media market provides opportunities for new reporting voices and outlets, as well as the kind of local stories and regions that are underreported.

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