Date: June 26, 2019 to June 26, 2019
Where: Hawaii State Capitol, 415 South Beretania Street, Conference Room 430, Honolulu, Hawaii, United States
Event Type: Other
Ticket Price: N/A
Ever wonder what goes into making a news story?Join us for a unique panel discussion about "How News Is Made" with news originators, newsmakers, and the media who cover the stories. Hear insightful perspectives from each of our panelists on the conception of news items, interesting pitches and concepts, and case studies of impactful issues that have made front-page news.This "Lunch & Learn" talk-story will be moderated by Carolyn Tanaka, Communications Director for the Hawaii State House of Representatives, and include: Sen. Glenn Wakai, Chair, State Senate Committee on Energy, Economic Development, and Tourism Cindy McMillan, Communications Director for Gov. David Y. Ige Kevin Dayton, Capitol Bureau Chief, Honolulu Star-Advertiser Daryl Huff, Special Projects Manager, Hawaii News Now Following the panel, attendees are welcome to join an optional visit to the Governor's Ceremony Room for a brief overview of the office's press room operations. Event Details11:30 a.m. - Registration and networkingNoon - Program and lunch1 p.m. - Panel concludes1:20 p.m. - (Optional) Brief tour of Governor's Ceremony Room RSVP by June 24, 2019 ParkingMetered parking is available in the Capitol underground lot accessible via the Punchbowl & Miller Street driveway. Additional parking is available on the nearby Iolani Palace grounds.