David Kupelian, WND managing editor and bestselling author, will address college students and the public at large in South Carolina this Tuesday on the ongoing revolution in the news media.

The venue is Presbyterian College in Clinton, S.C., and Kupelian’s speech is part of the school’s Russell Program for Media, Technology, and Society.

His talk, titled “The Decline of Print and Rise of Digital Media,” will focus not only on how digital and other technologies are bringing traditional printing-press journalism to an end – but will go on to show how the utter abdication by the so-called “mainstream media” of their primary role as watchdogs on government has led to a successful and ongoing “New Media” revolution which continues to redefine journalism itself.

Kupelian has served as vice president and managing editor of WND since 1999. A widely read online columnist, he is also the editor and driving force behind the acclaimed monthly Whistleblower magazine and the author of two influential books – 2005’s “The Marketing of Evil” and its 2010 sequel “How Evil Works.” Kupelian has appeared multiple times on Fox News, MSNBC, CBN and many other TV and radio venues.

Kupelian will speak at 11a.m. Eastern, Tuesday, Sept. 11, in Edmunds Hall on the Presbyterian College campus. (See campus map.) Admission is free and is open to the public.

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