What can and can’t writers in all genre put in print and on-line? What are the consequences for crossing the line? What work-arounds have worked for creative writers over time? This valuable program will help ground writers in their rights as we enter a phase of swiftly evolving definitions of censorship, press freedoms, and public vs. private information.
Dr. Martinez is a journalist and scholar, with expertise in the areas of media law, the courts, history of journalism, and political reporting.
He has worked with the Associated Press in New York, the Louisville Courier-Journal, the Detroit News, the Cincinnati Enquirer and the Fort Worth Star-Telegram, and on four Olympic organizing committees and covered two Olympics as a journalist.
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What Writers Need to Know About Censorship
May 3, 2018
7:00 pm - 8:30 pm