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Free or low cost Community Events and college courses are intended to provide background on the yearly topic and to touch on areas related to the February Conference that may not be covered in its three-day format. The views of our presenters are their own and may not represent those of the Camden Conference.

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Avocado Toast and other Health Claims: The Challenge of Medical Reporting and Misinformation-Marty Gagnon at Auburn Public Library

NEW DATE:Ten Reasons for the Decline of the Evening News-Peter Imber speaks at Kennebunk Free Library

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The Impact of Language – How Do We Talk and Write About Domestic Violence?-Kelly O’Connor speaks at the Rockland Public Library

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The Great Hack-film screening at the Rockport Opera House

Ten Reasons for the Decline of the Evening News-Peter Imber at the Cushing Public Library

Newsgathering: Applying the Tools of 2019 to the JFK Assassination of 1963 – OLLI at USM

Industrial Propaganda and Its Contribution to Fake News-Marty Gagnon at the Auburn Public Library

The Role of Nonprofit Journalism in the Evolving Media Environment-Dan Dinsmore at the Belfast Free Library

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WEATHER CANCELLATION: What Can We Learn About How the World Works From “Digital Natives?” ~ an Oceanside High School Student Panel in Rockland

“Fake News: Its Challenges, Consequences, and Rise”-Marty Gagnon at Prince Memorial Library in Cumberland

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Fake News: Its Rise and Challenges-Marty Gagnon at the Auburn Public Library

The Data Metrics of Gender in Media-Marie Tessier at the Bangor Public Library

“Making Change With Gen Z”-Pearl Benjamin at the Camden Public Library

CIFF Selects: Recorder: The Marion Stokes Project at the Camden Opera House

The Front Page: A History of the News from Town Criers to TV–100 minutes with Mac Deford and Tom DeMarco @ Portland Public Library

Book discussion -“Reporter: A Memoir” by Seymour Hersh in Yarmouth

The Front Page: A History of the News from Town Criers to TV–100 minutes with Mac Deford and Tom DeMarco @ Rockport Opera House

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The Front Page: A History of the News from Town Criers to TV–100 minutes with Mac Deford and Tom DeMarco @ Hutchinson Center, Belfast

The Role of Nonprofit Journalism in the Evolving Media Environment – OLLI at USM

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Beyond the Great Firewall: Censorship and Politics in Contemporary China-Kristin Vekasi at Southwest Harbor

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