Bloomington Press Club features guest speakers at its monthly meetings on the fourth Monday of each month. All meetings are at noon in the Coronation Room, a private room within the Tudor Room of the Indiana Memorial Union, unless otherwise announced.
Do you have suggestions for programs? Email president Jack Dvorak with your ideas.
Here’s the line-up so far:
- July 28: Journalism professor emeritus David Weaver will talk about the latest data from his ongoing research into the lives and careers of journalists. An early release of the findings cited journalists’ opinions that they are less satisfied with their jobs and have less autonomy compared to respondents in earlier surveys.
- August: Press club does not meet in August.
- Sept. 15: Indiana superintendent of public schools Glenda Ritz will bring us up to date on state education issues.
- Oct. 27: Local Democratic and Republican party chairs will discuss media coverage preceding the mid-term elections.
Membership is $25 per year, payable by mail or in person at the next meeting. Download dues forms.
Spread the word about the interesting speakers and programs at the Bloomington Press Club. The club is undertaking a membership drive for new members. More to come on this at the next meeting but start thinking about people you think would enjoy the club.
Would you like to join us? Use this membership form (PDF format) to send your information and your dues to us by mail. Or, attend our next meeting and fill out the form there.
Do you have suggestions about speakers for upcoming programs or meeting topics? Tell board president Jack Dvorak about your ideas. Your board wants to hear from you about programs you have enjoyed or would like to see.
Stay up-to-date at this website, and don’t forget that the press club has its own e-mail account, firstname.lastname@example.org, if you need to contact us.
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