Arlington Committee of 100 Meeting - June 8, 2016

Electronic Communications: Are They Better for Acquiring Information?

Print media is no longer king.  We receive more and more of our information through technology and on a 24/7 basis.  How are these changes impacting the quality and timeliness of information we receive? Is this better than what we have traditionally gotten through other channels such as print publications, and presentations by civic and other community organizations? 

Scott Broadbeck, Editor and Publisher or Arlnow.com
Scott Broadbeck, Editor and Publisher or Arlnow.com
Joseph Porcelli, senior city strategist and   professional neighbor at Nextdoor.com
Joseph Porcelli, senior city strategist and professional neighbor at Nextdoor.com
Patricia Sullivan, local reporter  for the Washington Post
Patricia Sullivan, local reporter for the Washington Post

Wednesday, June 8, 2016

 

Marymount University - Phelan Hall Dining Room

2807 N. Glebe Road 

 

7:00pm - Meet & Greet

7:25 pm - Optional Dinner

8:00 pm - Program Begins

 

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The Arlington Committee of 100 fosters open and vigorous discussion of issues involving all facets of community life in Arlington. The Committee's monthly dinner meetings are open to all and provide a non-partisan setting in which issues of local, regional, and state interest are addressed by experts, with audience participation in lively Q&A sessions.