NPR Foreign Correspondent
Thursday, May 24, 2012 – Anchorage Museum Auditorium
6:00 – 8:00 pm Meet & Greet + Lecture
7:00 pm Lecture / Q & A
$15 for KSKA / KAKM members
$25 for nonmembers
$10 with students ID
ONLINE TICKET SALES ARE CLOSED. Tickets for LECTURE ONLY available at the door. The Meet & Greet is sold out .
NPR Foreign Correspondent, Corey Flintoff, has been embedded with the US military and covered the Iraq War since 2005. While his career has taken him to over 45 countries, Corey is part of NPR’s “Alaska Mafia” along with Peter Kenyon, and Elizabeth Arnold who got their start here in Alaska with the Alaska Public Radio Network. He was APRN’s executive producer for seven years, hosting the evening news magazine Alaska News Nightly.
Join us as he talks about his experiences in NPR and his years in radio.
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