Blood on the Screen: Dealing with Vicarious Trauma Via UGC

Presented at ONA15
September 23, 2015
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Social newsgatherers watch the unwatchable — the sort of graphic visuals that, a generation ago, would have required a visit to a crime scene or battlefield. The worst that humanity has to offer is at their fingertips. UGC experts discuss the challenges they’ve identified in their newsrooms and steps they’ve taken to address them.


Featuring

Kim Bui
Deputy Managing Editor, Arizona Republic
Hannah Cushman
Social Media Editor, U.S. Central Region, Associated Press
Gavin Rees
Executive Director, Dart Centre Europe
Fergus Bell
News & Media Consultant, Fathm
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