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Fabulous Turn-out on a night that was broadcasting an England Football Match the state-of-the-art venue of Bournville College was the host to the annual 'Meet the Media" Birmingham Press Club Event.

Birmingham Press Club sponsor, Bournville College, hosted the annual Meet the Media event on Tuesday 19 June 2012.

Images can be seen on the Birmingham Press Clubs WebSite http://www.birmingham-press-club.co.uk/new/meet-the-media-june-2012.php

The event, which is free and open to members and non-members, began with a drinks at 6.30pm, when guests were able to mingle with the top journalists, editors and broadcasters from the region’s media.

It was followed by a debate on the impact of the Leveson Inquiry and the future of the media. TheBusinessDesk.com editor Andy Coyne, Bournville College Media Studies Lecturer Huw Meads and BBC WM 95.6 Breakfast Presenter Pete Morgan took part in the debate, which was chaired by Steve Dyson.

The debate finished prompt at 8pm when guests were free to network and take mini tours of the state of the art new college, plus watch the football match on an enormous screen.

For more information about the fabulous New Bournville College please visit its website: http://www.bournville.ac.uk/the-college

The Event management was very professionally organised by Birmingham Press Club's Board Member responsible for Events & Social Media - Sonya Bell sonya@pickandmixmedia.com

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