truth, trust and the future of journalism
Keynote Conversation with Margaret Sullivan
The Washington Post’s Margaret Sullivan was the keynote speaker at the Center for Journalism Ethics’ 2017 conference: Truth, Trust and the Future of Journalism. CJE director Kathleen Culver interviewed Sullivan for this keynote conservation.
The Responsibility & Challenge of Truth: Fact, Fiction and News
Moderated by Jason Shepard (California State University -Fullerton). Panelists: Lucas Graves (University of Wisconsin-Madison), Ken Vogel (Politico), Raney Aronson-Rath (PBS FRONTLINE) and Jason Stein (Milwaukee Journal Sentinel).
Blind Beliefs? Conspiracies, Hoaxes and Disinformation
Moderated by Michael Wager (University of Wisconsin-Madison). Panelists: Deborah Blum (MIT), Charlie Sykes (RightWisconsin), Joanne Miller (University of Minnesota).
Where Do We Go From Here? Solutions in an Allegedly Post-Truth Era
Moderated by Jill Geisler (Loyola University Chicago). Panelists: Michelle Ye Hee Lee (Washington Post), Stephen Ward (University of British Columbia), Dawn Garcia (Stanford) and Marty Kaiser (Democracy Fund).
2016: RACE, ETHNICITY AND JOURNALISM ETHICS
Panel 1 – Representing Race: Language, Imagery, Sources and Issues for Journalists
Panel 2 – Education Matters: Covering Racial Dynamics and Examining Journalism’s Role
Panel 3 – Questions of Justice: Crime, Inequality and News Media
Panel 4 – Tomorrow’s Work: Moving Forward on Race and Journalism
2014: Surveillance, Security and Journalism Ethics
Keynote – Eric Lichtblau
Session 1 – Protecting Sources and Data
Session 2 – Ethical Bounds of Tools for Watching, Scraping and Sensing
Radical Rethink – Do New Security Challenges Require New Norms?
Shadid Award: Associated Press
2013: Shaping the News
2013 conference archives coming soon!