Grady Greats: On the Road to 2020 — What Journalists and Media Leaders Owe the Public in This Election Year, filmed on Jan. 21 at ABC Studios in New York. Dean Charles Davis moderates a panel conversation on this important topic with Grady Greats Amy Robach, anchor ABC’s 20/20; Deborah Norville, anchor Inside Edition; Will Carr, ABC News; Joe Watson, Carolyn Caudell Tieger Professor of Public Affairs Communications; Ben Mayer, Executive Producer, MSNBC’s Kasie DC; and Brian Robinson, President, Robinson Republic. Grady Great Robin Hommel, Senior Broadcast Producer at The View, is executive producer, joined by Parker Middleton, Dodie Cantrell-Bickley and the students of DGK, the oldest professional broadcast society in the world founded at Grady in 1939.
All are invited to join us for a reception and complimentary screening of “Grady Greats: a conversation about the enduring values and power of journalism.”
Discussions ranging from how journalism has changed over the years, to diversity in the industry and the most important journalism skills were featured in a panel filmed in front of a live studio audience on Jan. 22, 2019.
The panel was moderated by author and journalist Charlayne Hunter-Gault (ABJ ’63) and included Deborah Roberts (ABJ ’82), Deborah Norville (ABJ ’79), Lisa Ryan Howard (ABJ ’92) and Will Carr (ABJ ’06).
Robin Hommel (ABJ ’96), senior broadcast producer of “The View,” helped coordinate the panel as the executive producer of Grady Greats, with Parker Middleton, Dodie Cantrell-Bickley and the students of DiGammaKappa who served as associate producers. The panelists addressed an audience of Grady College students, alumni and friends in the ABC studios where “The View” is broadcast.