My eyes are glazing over just reading this release, so let’s get this over with. The Atlantic is hosting some kind of event with “interviews, discussions, and debates” on February 9 at the Newseum. It has one of the longer event titles we’ve seen in recent history: “The Atlantic‘s Live Digital Town Hall: Finding Work, Finding Our Way: Building the Economy and Jobs of the Future.”
The program will feature a bunch of important people, including National Economic Council Director Gene Sperling and FCC Chair Julius Genachowski, along with Virgina Gov. Bob McDonnell, former OMB director and husband of ABC’s Bianna Golodryga, Peter Orszag, and PBS’ Judy Woodruff.
It’s going to be way better than it sounds (we hope).
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