Local media panel on WCHL

Tune into WCHL-1360 today at 1 p.m. to hear a panel discussion on “Local Media Ecosystems: Objectivity, Bias, Access.” The seven panelists weighing in on the topic are: Chad Johnston, executive director of The People’s Channel; Catherine Lazorko, public information officer for the Town of Chapel Hill; Fiona Morgan, Media Policy Initiative and New America Foundation master of public policy candidate at Duke University; Carlo Robustelli, director of Orange County Operations at Durham Tech; Kirk Ross, editor of the Carrboro Citizen, Ruby Sinreich, founder of OrangePolitics.org; and yours truly of Chapel Hill Watch. You also can access the discussion online at www.1360wchl.com.

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  1. Good luck on the forum, there’s a lot that could be said…for instance an forthright discussion of bias, transparency and how folks get a seat at the table.

  2. Not a lot of link love during the forum 😉