Videoconference on world issues

Next Saturday, April 26, the Broadcast Services of The Christian Science Monitor will host a worldwide videoconference on the subject "The role of the broadcast media in reporting major world issues." The conference will deal with how the major international issues confronting mankind late in the twentieth century are identified by the media, especially broadcasting.

There will be panels at four sites around the globe, and the discussions will be televised live and transmitted via satellite to approximately one hundred and eighty schools of journalism and mass communications in the United States and Canada, as well as to a few other sites outside North America. The purpose of the event is to provide an opportunity for seasoned journalists and experts in international affairs to share their experience and expertise with journalists of the future.

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