The New York Press Club Foundation’s annual Conference on Journalism returns to NYU's Kimmel Center for its 24th annual outing on Saturday, October 29th. The J-Conference is New York's most affordable, accessible and informative gathering of journalists, journalism students, academics, and those in the know.
After a continental breakfast for all attendees, the Conference begins with the Plenary Panel, "The Press and the 2016 Presidential Election," where a panel of political reporters, media critics and political insiders will offer an honest critique of how well the press has been covering the candidates. Six breakout sessions follow: Podcasting, Millennials and the Media, Reporting from Conflict Zones, Digital Media: Keeping it Legal, Food Journalism, and Sports Reporting. A hot lunch follows the breakout panels and our Keynote Speaker will close the program.