David Bohrman, one of the most recognized names in television political journalism and an innovator during his decades leading news teams at ABC, MSNBC, CNN, Pseudo TV and Current TV, and Thom Hartmann, a leader in progressive talk radio who is a New York Times best-selling author of 25 books and a true Global Citizen, will have a wide-ranging and provocative fireside chat about the evolution of political discourse across media platforms--where it's been and where it's headed--and about their new venture, Political Voices Network. Among the questions they'll seek to address: Is the current political-media landscape healthy or unhealthy and why? What are legacy political news outlets doing wrong? And what are they doing right? How do political news outlets build--or rebuild--trust with consumers? How will the "TV of Tomorrow" impact the way politics are disseminated and debated? Where and how might citizens seek and receive information about elected officials and political candidates in 5 years? 10 years? And can a new content service thrive in an arguably crowded marketplace?