June 12, 2012 | By Anthony Shop | firstname.lastname@example.org
Some of the best reporters are increasingly using a blog to break stories and engage with their audiences. At the next "Get It Online" lunch discussion, you can hear first-hand from a successful reporter/blogger as to how it's done.
The Events Committee will feature Niv Elis of the Jerusalem Post for its next “Get it Online” lunch discussion Tuesday, June 19 from noon to 1:15 p.m. in the McClendon Room.
Niv Elis is a Breaking News Editor, Web Columnist and Featured Blogger for The Jerusalem Post. His blog "The Bottom Line" (http://blogs.jpost.com/users/bottom-line) applies his expertise in policy, economics, conflict and Middle East affairs to provide an insider's view of the policy behind the politics, and the numbers behind the policy. A graduate of the Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS), Niv has written for Forbes, The Washington Post and The Christian Science Monitor, among other publications.
Lunch will start promptly at 12 p.m. Prepared remarks will be limited to 10 minutes to maximize time for an informal discussion among the participants and Elis.
Seating is limited. Members must register in advance here: http://www.press.org/events/get-it-online-discussion-niv-elis-jerusalem-.... There is no fee to register but you must be logged into the website in order to register. Members will provide their member numbers to the wait staff and pay for their own lunch.
For questions, contact Anthony Shop at email@example.com