Nashville Music Equality (NME) will host “On the Record: The Experiences of Black Journalists and the Responsibilities of White Journalists in Nashville” on March 30.
The panel discussion will be hosted by NME board members Gina Miller and Beverly Keel as they talk with thought-provoking and powerful journalists in Nashville.
Panelists will include entertainment reporter for the Nashville Business Journal, Marq Burnett; staff writer for CMT.com, Marcus Dowling; host of Apple Music Country’s PROUD Radio, Hunter Kelly; independent country music journalist, Marissa Moss; independent culture, music and sports journalist, Andrea Williams; and sports and entertainment editor of the Tennessee Tribune, Ron Wynn. More panelists are expected to be added.
The panel is sponsored by mtheory, CMT, Quinton Digital and the ACM. It will begin at 5:30 p.m. CST on March 30. Register to attend here.
NME has also made their ‘The Black Country Music Association: Who, When, How, & Why’ panel available to view on YouTube. This conversation featured Frankie Staton, Dr. Cleve Francis, and Valierie Ellis Hawkins discussing Nashville and the country music industry through their eyes.