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Succeeding in the World of Media and Policy, with Tucker Carlson

New Media Lunch
Wednesday, April 11, 2012
Noon (Luncheon to Follow)

Featuring Tucker Carlson, Editor-in-Chief, Daily Caller.

The Cato Institute
George M. Yeager Conference Center
1000 Massachusetts Avenue, NW
Washington, DC 20001

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While the new hyper-connected media landscape presents opportunities never seen before, it also creates a sticky question: In this increasingly democratized—and therefore crowded—news-gathering world, HOW DO YOU GET NOTICED?

This event will examine all that an aspiring writer needs to know to build their credibility and renown: the importance of networking; how to craft content that is newsy and in-demand; how to pitch pieces and whom to pitch them to; and, of course, leveraging social media.

Few people are better equipped to address this topic than Tucker Carlson, founder and chief of the fast-growing online news site The Daily Caller. Having worked (and succeeded) in every news medium, Tucker has seen the world of journalism from every conceivable angle. The outlet he created from scratch (at a time when virtually every news organization was slashing budgets and staff) is now a celebrated fixture of the news landscape—home to perhaps the most talented and hungry stable of young writers around, and a critical portal for beltway opinion-makers.

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