- Alison Baskerville
- Emily Sachs
- Eliot Stempf
Moderated by Hannah Allam
As the 2020 election and ongoing protests bring political tension in the U.S. to new heights, this session will offer practical safety and trauma advice for journalists on the...
- Hersh Patel
- Dean Chandler
Google Chrome has is banning third-party cookies by 2022. Regulations such as GDPR and CCPA have limited the ability to target users across the web. Privacy-first strategies are...
- Meredith Artley
- Nonny Anna Maria de la Pena
- Mizell Stewart III
Moderated by Jennifer Preston
While 84% of Americans believe the news media is vital for democracy, nearly half of those surveyed in a new Gallup/Knight poll said the news media is “very biased,” with 54%...
Reporting as Journalists of Color: Why We Need to Add “Safety” to Our Conversations about Diversity in Our Newsrooms
It seems everyone in journalism is talking about the importance of diversity in the newsroom. What’s missing in the conversation are the specific safety risks journalists of...
- Matthew Kaliara
- Blanca Torres
Sources are the backbone of any good news story, but finding a quotable expert or spokesperson isn’t always easy. While using Twitter, LinkedIn, public relations firms, and...
- Lynn Walsh
Trust in “the media” is low and in some cases, there may be good reason for that. But, you’re part of “the media” too, right? And you produce honest,...
- Jill Nicholson
As the U.S. presidential election nears, it’s critical to understand the current traffic landscape and how today’s readers interact with content across various platforms and...
Moderated by Catherine Kim
The death of George Floyd this summer sparked social movements across the country. It also set off deep introspection and analysis across America’s newsrooms – including...
How do we save the Truth? It’s a question that would have been unthinkable and should still be. New global research from the Trust Project and Ipsos examines current public...