“New York Times” political correspondent at BBC April 6


FIU’s Student Government Association and the¬†School of Journalism & Mass Communication present John M. Broder, political correspondent for the Washington bureau of The New York Times, in a discussion Tuesday, April 6, at Biscayne Bay Campus (BBC). The title of Broder’s talk: “The Big Chill in Washington: Prospects for Climate Change and Energy Legislation.”

The free event will run from 2-3 p.m. and is open to everyone.

Prior to his current appointment in 2006, Broder served as the Los Angeles bureau chief, the Washington editor and the White House correspondent for the newspaper. He served as the newspapers’s BizDay Washington reporter covering regulatory and legal issues, including tobacco negotiations, anti-trust enforcement, consumer and financial regulation when he joined the Times in 1996.

After covering the 2008 presidential campaign, Broder took over coverage of energy and environment in Washington. He is responsible for following domestic legislative issues, advances and energy technology and international climate-change negotiations.

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