A panel of political analysts and media professionals discuss
the challenges of covering politics and the impact of media
coverage on the political landscape on Tuesday, Nov. 4,
starting at 7:30 p.m. in room AA-1043, Arts and Administration
Join political reporters Doug Letto (CBC Television), David
Cochrane (CBC Radio) and Craig Westcott (The Express) and
professors Stephen Tomblin, Christopher Dunn and Noreen
Golfman with moderator Nancy Walsh (CBC Radio) for a closer
look at the intricate relationship between politics and
Doug Letto, David Cochrane and Nancy Walsh are veteran CBC
Television and CBC Radio journalists with vast experience
covering both provincial and national news and current affairs.
Craig Westcott is the current affairs editor of Optipress
and has a background in covering politics for broadcast
and print media.
Dr. Christopher Dunn is associate professor of political
science at Memorial, teaches courses on Canadian politics
and public administration. Dr. Stephen Tomblin is associate
professor of political science at Memorial. He teaches courses
on Canadian politics and is engaged in research on regional
politics, health policy, and the knowledge-based economy.
Dr. Noreen Golfman is associate professor of English and
associate dean of graduate studies at Memorial University
and a regular observer of the media, frequent commentator
on politics, and a professor of film studies.
This event is free to the public.
CBC is presenting this panel in partnership with Memorial
University’s Political Science Department.