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Television and its different expectations for women candidates to be discussed Nov. 27

Dan Kully, an accomplished producer, director, editor and cinematographer, will be the final speaker in the New Mexico State University College of Arts and Sciences' fall 2007 speaker series.



Dan Kully, producer, director, editor and cinematographer. Kully will discuss "Television: Different Expectations for Women Candidates" at 7 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 27, in the NMSU Creative Media Institute's Digital Media Theatre in Milton Hall. His talk is open to the public. (Courtesy photo)

The series runs in conjunction with a class on "Women, Politics and the Media," taught by New Mexico Lt. Gov. Diane Denish and NMSU Women's Studies faculty member Mary Benanti.

Kully's presentation, "Television: Different Expectations for Women Candidates," will begin at 7 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 27, in the Creative Media Institute's Digital Media Theatre in Milton Hall. His talk is open to the public.

A graduate of Colgate University, Kully has achieved renown for developing one of the most compelling and effective media consulting operations outside Washington, D.C. - the West Coast office of Laguens Hamburger Kully Klose in Seattle. In 2006, he was the lead partner on a team that helped elect Jon Tester of Montana to the U.S. Senate, helped put Bill Ritter in the Colorado governor's seat, and helped defeat property rights measures in Washington and Idaho. He has conducted media training for campaigns and organizations in more than 25 states.