Government Propaganda and Media Manipulation

Presented at ONA17
September 18, 2017
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This critical discussion will focus on how governments have manipulated public perception and the media, past and present. We'll help provide context to ongoing political narratives around the world.

This session is designed for:

  • Political reporters of any stripe, in any country
    those concerned about the advent of fake news or media manipulation
  • Anyone interested in how historical political maneuvering helped shape modern media interference

  • Speakers

    Jessikka Aro
    Investigative Journalist, Finnish Broadcasting Company
    Ruslan Deynychenko
    Executive Director, StopFake.org
    Steven Luckert
    Senior Program Curator, United States Holocaust Memorial Museum

    Moderators

    Saleem Khan
    Founder + Editor, JOVRNALISM + invstg8.net
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