National Public Radio's Talk of the Nation host, Neal Conan will sit with MCH Board member, and Associate Professor of Journalism at UH Manoa, Gerald Kato for a panel discussion on journalistic ethics, at 7:00 p.m. on Feb. 28th in the UH Manoa School of Architecture auditorium (map link). Entitled, “Keeping a Clean Shop in the Marketplace of Ideas: A Discussion of Journalistic Ethics,” Civil Beat Editor John Temple and The Star-Advertiser's Mike Gordon will also participate in the panel moderated by Hawaii Public Radio's Executive Talk Show Producer, Beth-Ann Kozlovich. The discussion will be open to the public. Tickets $10, free to students with ID. Seating is limited. Call 955-8821 for reservations.
Neal Conan has served as NPR's Bureau Chief in New York and London, executive producer of All Things Considered. He is coming to Hawaii on tour with a multi-media program called “First Person: Seeing America.” For more details go to HPR's website.