Cincinnati Edition Live
CINCINNATI EDITION – LIVE IN OXFORD!
Wednesday, March 7:
You're invited to be part of the audience for our talk show, Cincinnati Edition, when it comes to the Miami University campus. We'll do our live show at 1pm, then we'll record a second show at 4pm. It's a great chance to witness a public radio broadcast plus ask your questions on topics relevant to today's world. You are invited to attend one or both shows.
Our broadcasts will happen in Miami University's Athletic Performance Center near Yager Stadium. While RSVP's are not required, they are appreciated.
1pm (doors open at 12:30pm and will close at 12:50pm):
We'll discuss the issues that surround America's aging (and growing) population and the important work of Miami's Scripps Gerontology Center.
Scripps Gerontology Center Executive Director and Miami University Distinguished Professor, Department of Sociology & Gerontology, Dr. Suzanne Kunkel; Miami University Department of Sociology & Gerontology Adjunct Associate Professor and Director of Research, Dr. Jane Karnes Straker; Director of the Ohio Long-Term Care Research Project at the Scripps Gerontology Center and Miami University Department of Sociology & Gerontology Professor, Dr. Robert Applebaum; and Executive Director of The Knolls of Oxford, Ross Farnsworth.
4pm (doors open at 3:30pm and will close at 3:50pm):
The role, even the definition, of journalist is changing in our world of 24-hour news channels, blogs, and websites. What is journalism in this age of activism?
Miami University Senior Lecturer of Journalism Patricia Gallagher Newberry and Political Science Lecturer Dr. Christopher Kelley; Cincinnati Enquirer Race & Community reporter Mark Curnutte, who is also on the Miami University faculty; and WVXU reporter Tana Weingartner.
Our thanks to Miami University for hosting our visit and to The Johnson Foundation, Dick Rosenthal, and The Maxwell C. Weaver Foundation, U.S. Bank Trustee for their support of Cincinnati Edition.