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'The state of local news: Bright future or dark times?' will see senior journalists, media professionals and key stakeholders consider the role of local and regional journalism today in two round-table discussions.
Speakers at the event include KM Group editorial director Ian Carter, Will Roffey from the BBC, Tony Green from ITV , Keith Magnum from Hackney Citizen, Kathy Bailes - Isle of Thanet News, Edd Withers - Canterbury Resident FacebookGroup ; as well as Canterbury City Council head of communications Leo Whitlock, Sarah Munday - Marlowe Theatre, Eleanor Sheath - Pilgrims Hospice, Mark Cowland from Catching Lives, Andrew Metcalf from Maxim PR and Canterbury City Councillor Simon Cook.
They will consider questions such as:
The event is free however organisers have asked those interested to register for catering purposes.
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