The morning program “Maintaining Journalistic Standards in a 24-hour News Cycle” will begin at 11 a.m. in Atrium One, Memorial Union, 50 Lower College Rd, Kingston.
Panelists will be Joel “Ed” Medina, director of multimedia development, Boston Globe/Boston.com; John Martin, editor of Governing.com; Fred Harwood, managing editor for online content/new media at the New Bedford Standard Times. Sheila Mullowney, executive editor, The Newport Daily News, will moderate.
The evening program is a panel discussion that begins at 7 p.m. in Swan Hall Auditorium, 60 Upper College Rd., Kingston. The topic is “Lipstick on a Pig: A Look Back at the Election.”
Panelists will be Jill Lawrence, a national political writer at USA TODAY and a former columnist for The Associated Press; Marc A. Genest, a professor of Strategy and Policy at the Naval War College and a former URI political science professor; and Ian Donnis, reporter and columnist for The Providence Phoenix.