In journalism and many other fields, "local" is understood as somehow less than global, limited. But what if the reverse is true: What if the most sought-after expertise is closest to the story? In her new book Byline, Fellow Cristi Hegranes, founder of Global Press, looks at the future of news and the opportunity to meld local and global for more accuracy and trust. We’ll also hear from Cristi how some reporting practices from Covid times may be here to stay – and why that’s a good thing.
Join us on Wednesday, Sept. 20. This conversation will run about 30 minutes. Bring your questions!