Government Public Affairs Offices and Transparency
“Government Public Affairs Offices: More Hindrance Than Help?” was held in the ballroom of the National Press Club.
Journalists and former government public affairs officials talked about the role of government public affairs offices and whether their roles help or… read more
Journalists and former government public affairs officials talked about the role of government public affairs offices and whether their roles help or hinder government openness. The panelists responded to questions from members of the audience.
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Carolyn S. Carlson Assistant Professor Kennesaw State University->Communication Department
John M. Donnelly Chair National Press Club->Press Freedom Committee
Kathryn Foxhall Freelance Correspondent
Salvatore "Tony" Antonio Fratto Deputy Press Secretary (Former) White House
Linda Petersen Managing Editor Valley Journals (Utah)
John Verrico President-Elect National Association of Government Communicators
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