2018: Division, Denial & Journalism Ethics
Keynote Conversation with Justin Gill and Deep Divides: bridging the gap with ethical journalism
The keynote conversation with Justin Gillis asked how science writers can accurately convey both uncertainty about research and certainty about scientific consensus.
“Deep divides: Bridging the gap with ethical journalism” explored several current news stories with an eye to the ethical issues involved and will consider options for how to address them in ways that could help bridge divides among news consumers.
Denial: Your truth and mine
“Denial: Your Truth and Mine” considered the routines and incentives of journalists and the psychology of the audience that grows conspiracies, values the wisdom of the mob over expert knowledge, and limits public debate on policies.
Solutions: is there a future for deliberation?
“Solutions: Is there a future for deliberation” asked what journalists can do to represent diverse views in public debate, restore a common set of facts as the basis for discourse, build trust and aid citizens in being a self-governing democracy.
2017: 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!