Admiral Nimitz Foundation’s Annual Symposium Covers Military & the Media

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Join the Admiral Nimitz Foundation and their distinguished panelist as they discuss the Military and the Media, Witnesses to War on September 21 -22.

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The Admiral Nimitz Foundation’s symposium this year will take place on September 21 – 22 at the Fredericksburg Theater Company. This year’s symposium is The Military and The Media, Witnesses to War. This year's symposium is sponsored by The Sons and Daughters of Robert P. "Bob" Scripps

This day and a half event will examine through presentations and open discussions with attendees how the media has impacted the public’s opinion and attitude towards the military and war, from World War II to the present. Sessions to be led by military officials and experts in these topics include: Print Journalism, Photo-Journalism, Films and the Role of Hollywood, Radio-Television, The Media: A serviceman’s view, and will finish up with a round table discussion with all presenters.

For more information on the symposium and to register for your tickets, please visit http://www.pacificwarmuseum.org/our-story/2013-symposium or call 830-997-8600 ext. 223.

Your ticket to the symposium also includes a pass to the National Museum of the Pacific War. Books written by some of the presenters will be available for purchase and signing at the symposium.

Saturday night the Admiral Nimitz Foundation will host a cocktail reception and dinner with the panelist in the Nimitz Museum Ballroom. This is open to those attending and tickets can be purchased for an extra $40/person.

The Admiral Nimitz Foundation looks forward to seeing you at this year’s symposiums and would like to thank all those who support the foundation.

The Admiral Nimitz Foundation supports, operates, and manages the National Museum of the Pacific War which is a Texas Historical Commission property.

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Brandon Vinyard
Admiral Nimitz Foundation
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