Journalists who have been laid off or are looking for work are invited to attend “Life After The Newsroom,” a free luncheon, panel discussion and networking event on Monday, Dec. 12 at The Center for Cooperative Media at Montclair State University. The event will feature a panel discussion by those who have either been let go from legacy organizations or who took a buyout, and who have forged new or different career paths for themselves. The panel includes Chris Satullo, formerly of WHYY and the Philadelphia Inquirer, now running Keystone Civic Ventures; Mike Rispoli, formerly of Gannett and now of Free Press; Sandy Levine, formerly of NJN and now an independent documentary and video producer; John Mooney, also formerly of The Star-Ledger and now of NJ Spotlight; and Tanya Barrientos, formerly of the Philadelpha Inquirer and now of the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation.
The luncheon starts at 1 p.m.; the program itself kicks off at 2 p.m. Space is limited to the first 75 people who sign up. For more information, click here.