Journalism isn’t just writing for a newspaper anymore.
It’s a multimedia business encompassing broadcasting, publishing and the internet.
Who better to tell us about this exciting profession than one who has had over 25 years
of media and broadcasting experience and is training the next generation of journalists.
Laurilie Jackson, at College of the Desert, not only teaches multimedia courses courses in journalism, serves as faculty advisor for the campus newspaper, The Chaparral, but has helped launch COD’s national award-winning radio station KCOD CoachellaFM.
Come hear what her students are accomplishing under her guidance.
February 20, 2018
11:45 to 1:30
buffet lunch with program to follow
Desert Falls Country Club
For reservations email Sunny at
email@example.com by Friday February 16.
$26 members $28 guests