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12/15 - Election 2015: An Analysis

What strategies did each of the major candidates use during the Governor's race?

With Louisiana’s gubernatorial election finally over, LPB joins with the LSU Manship School of Mass Communications to review the 2015 race to the Governor’s Mansion. Campaign managers, journalists, political analysts and pundits explore the spirited contest and the winning strategy. Panelists also examine the role that money from Super PACs played in the contest. Catch “Election 2015: An Analysis” Wednesday, December 16 at 7 p.m. on LPB HD and in New Orleans on WLAE.

The first panel will cover Campaign, Strategy & Analysis.
Moderators are:
• Shauna Sanford, Louisiana Public Broadcasting
• Elizabeth Crisp, The Advocate
Panelists are:
• Ryan Cross, Campaign Manager, Scott Angelle
• Ryan Fletcher, media consultant, Scott Angelle
• Jay Vicknair, Campaign Manager, Jay Dardenne
• Mary Patricia Wray, Communications Director, John Bel Edwards
• Jared Arsement, media consultant, John Bel Edwards
• Kyle Ruckert, Campaign Manager, David Vitter

The second panel explores Super PAC’s & the 2015 Campaign Moderators are:
• Melinda Deslatte, The Associated Press
• Julia O’Donoghue, NOLA.com/The Times-Picayune
Panelists are:
• Joel DiGrado, Fund for Louisiana’s Future
• Trey Ourso, Gumbo PAC

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     12/18 - News About the News (Encore)

How can viewers distinguish between fact and fake news and is social media blurring the difference?
According to the 2018 Louisiana Survey, when it comes to trusting news organizations, more Louisiana residents put their faith in local media than national media outlets. Despite that trust, only 36 percent of the state’s news consumers say local news deals fairly with both sides.

So, why is there so much mistrust of the news media? Where are consumers primarily getting their news? How can viewers distinguish between fact and fake news and is social media blurring the difference? Louisiana Public Square looks for answers to these questions and more on a special encore presentation of “News about the News” airing Wednesday, December 26 at 7pm on LPB and in New Orleans on WLAE.

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