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‘Ask The Editor’ Facebook Live event Sept. 28

Editors will discuss recent coverage and how the newsroom determines the newsworthiness of subjects and events, along with taking live audience questions on news-related topics posted in the comments as well as those submitted ahead of time.

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Brainerd Dispatch Editor Matt Erickson works at his desk in June 2021 in the Dispatch newsroom. Kelly Humphrey / Brainerd Dispatch

Join Editor Matt Erickson and Community Editor Chelsey Perkins for a live, interactive opportunity to learn about how the Brainerd Dispatch operates and makes decisions about news content.

The Facebook live event will be 7 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 28. Erickson and Perkins will discuss recent coverage and how the newsroom determines the newsworthiness of subjects and events, along with taking live audience questions on news-related topics posted in the comments as well as those submitted ahead of time via https://forms.gle/T6UdMY2pTu8ga94eA or on the form embedded below.

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Editor Matt Erickson

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Brainerd Dispatch Community Editor Chelsey Perkins

People may also submit questions to asktheeditor@brainerddispatch.com or by mail at Brainerd Dispatch, Attn: Ask The Editor, P.O. Box 974, Brainerd, MN 56401.

Include name and city along with a phone number for any follow-up questions. Phone numbers are not for publication.

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