Wednesday, October 13, 2010

How Blogs Are Transforming Local News: A Panel Discussion Hosted By The Cobble Hill Association

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This Thursday evening, as part of their fall general meeting, the Cobble Hill Association will be hosting a panel of local bloggers to discuss how blogs have transformed neighborhood news. The panel will include Rich Calder of the NY Post, Tobey Grumet of Bococaland.com, John Loscalzo (aka Homer Fink) of Brooklynheightsblog.com, and Katia Kelly of Pardonmeforasking.blogspot.com, yours truly.  I hope you can make it, dear Reader.  

FALL 2010 General Meeting

How Blogs
Are Transforming
Local News
A Panel Discussion with Local Bloggers
Moderated by Jeff Strabone

Rich Calder, New York Post reporter and blogger
Tobey Grumet, Bococaland
Homer Fink, Brooklyn Heights/ Cobble Hill Blogs
Katia Kelly, Pardon Me For Asking

Time: 7:30 P.M.
Date: Thursday, October 14, 2010
Place: Long Island College Hospital
Conference Room A
Enter at main entrance 339 Hicks (at Atlantic)

Please join us for a fascinating look at how neighborhood
blogs are changing the face of local
news. We'll also have updates on the "Fix the
Ditch" project and the reconstruction of the BQE
Triple-Cantilevered Roadway.

All members of the public are invited. No admission charge.




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4 comments:

Lisanne said...

Interesting! I am going to try and make it.

Katia said...

Oh, please come, Lisanne. Would love to see a friendly face in the audience.

Mrs. G said...

Sounds like a great evening! Wish I could be there in person. I will be there in spirit to cheer you on for the wonderful job you do informing us - even those of us who have moved away.

Katia said...

Thanks, Ms. G.,
I'll imagine you in the audience tonight.