NPR's Neal Conan To Join Panel on Hawaii Journalistic Ethics, Feb. 28th

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.