Ever wondered how our local reporters and photographers approach their coverage? Hoping for a chance to tell us what the My Neighborhood News Network should be covering in 2024 and beyond? Here’s your opportunity to learn more during our “How local news supports strong communities” event at 6:30 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 18 at the Edmonds Waterfront Center, part of the Edmonds Author Speaker Series.
Those attending include managing editor Craig Parrish, general assignment reporters Larry Vogel, Misha Carter, Jasmine Contreras-Lewis, Nick Ng and Rick Sinnett plus arts writers Elizabeth Murray and Rachel Gardner, history writer Byron Wilkes, sports writer Doug Petrowski and sports photographers Joe Christian and Michael Bury.
The event will include a discussion about the future of journalism and a report from Teresa Wippel, founder, president and CEO of the My Neighborhood News Network. Bring your ideas for improving local news and share them with us.
Admission is $7.50 to cover Edmonds Waterfront Center expenses. Reserve your seat online or pay at the door. Walk-ins are welcome.
The event is co-sponsored by the Edmonds Waterfront Center, located at 220 Railroad Ave.