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Super Session: Midterm Elections in the Era of Trump

With all the talk of a coming “blue wave,” or, in the mind of President Trump, a possible “red wave” in the 2018 midterm elections, what are journalists to make of it all? In this session, you can benefit from the wisdom of some of the nation’s most notable political analysts. Will the House and/or Senate flip? Will the president’s efforts to help elect candidates ideologically aligned with him work? Is the nation once again about to have divided government, and what will that mean for the next two years? Attend this session to get some of the best insight possible on those questions and more. "CBS This Morning" co-host John Dickerson will moderate.


Super Session: The #MeToo Movement

With yet another media mogul — Les Moonves of CBS — dismissed after allegations of sexual misconduct, join for a timely conversation about the #MeToo movement. It’s one of the most consequential ongoing stories of our time. It started in the movie business, with the Harvey Weinstein and Kevin Spacey scandals, but quickly expanded into our sphere. The sexual assault and harassment allegations against CBS News anchor Charlie Rose, “Today Show” co-host Matt Lauer and others like Moonves have redefined how journalists cover this critical topic. But it also prompts the question: Has anything really changed? National Geographic Executive Editor Debra Adams Simmons will moderate.


Super Session: On The Road with Steve Hartman: Lessons in Unique Storytelling

Join us for an interactive session with CBS News “On The Road” Correspondent Steve Hartman. Steve is one of Americas best story tellers. He’s well respected in all corners of journalism. Hear Steve describe how he finds, writes and edits his stories, as he breaks down some of your favorites. He’ll have lessons we can all learn no matter what your market size or your role in the newsroom.


Super Session: Honoring a Lifetime of Excellence in Journalism

RTDNA will honor CBS News “60 Minutes” correspondent Bill Whitaker and NBC News’ Pete Williams at its annual “Honoring a Lifetime of Excellence in Journalism” super session. Get all the details, and get your tickets to the cocktail reception that immediately follows the session, right here.


Opening Night Reception, sponsored by CNN Newsource

CNN Newsource is hosting the journalism party of the year at M&T Bank Stadium — home to the Baltimore Ravens. Whether you’re a fan of football, or just want a fun night to reconnect with colleagues and friends, you’re sure to have a good time at EIJs signature event. Join us as we officially kick off the conference with music, cocktails and a picture perfect view of the city. M&T Bank Stadium is a short 10-minute walk from the hotel.


EIJ18: Plan your trip

When: September 27-29, 2018

Where: Hilton Baltimore
401 West Pratt Street
Baltimore, MD 21201

Reserve a room online

EIJ has a block of rooms at the Baltimore Hilton. The group rate for single/double occupancy is $199.00 per night plus taxes and fees. The discounted rate is available until the block sells out.

Get additional travel tips — including how to get around and what else to do while you're in town — right here.


Information for Sponsors, Exhibitors, Recruiters and Advertisers

EIJ18 is set to be the journalism event of the year and will be host to top news professionals from broadcast, print and digital newsrooms around the country. If you're interested in sponsoring, recruiting, exhibiting or advertising, get all the details — contacts, FAQs, deadlines and a complete sales prospectus — right here.


Things to do in Baltimore: Camden Yards Tour and more!

Come see Oriole Park at Camden Yards from a whole new perspective. Enjoy the charm of the ballpark from club level suites, the press level and even the Orioles dugout. Join your friends at EIJ Friday, Sept. 28, for the Camden Yard Tour. $10 per ticket, which you can purchase when you register for EIJ18!

(Looking for other fun things to do while you're in town? Get some ideas here.)


Early Schedule at a Glance

There's a lot in the works for EIJ18 that we aren't ready to announce, but if you want to get a head start on your planning, this early at-a-glance schedule can help.

(Just remember: It's subject to change ... and often!)


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