Ethics and Trust
AI has arrived and will need to be adopted by newsrooms swiftly to keep up with audiences ever growing expectations when it comes to technology. There are many advantages of AI in...
Moderated by Duc Luu
As online news evolves to offer deeper investigations for broader audiences, digital journalists seek sources to help them hold power to account. Whether working in Big Tech,...
- Joy Mayer
- Norbert Schwarz
- Gabriella Stern
Moderated by Meena Thiruvengadam
Journalists today face disinformation and misinformation challenges as well as the simultaneous eroding of public trust in institutions. They are combating overt tactics to share...
This updated ONA Information Equity Database is meant to help journalists reach and engage with communities who have been historically under- or misrepresented in journalism....
This updated COVID-19 Misinformation Playbook from the Online News Association is designed to help journalists and newsrooms quickly pinpoint COVID-19 facts and COVID-19...
- Curtis Bram
- Courtney Hurley
Despite its societal impact and significant work being done to understand it, there are few practical solutions addressing the root of political polarization. This archived...
Fact-Checking During the Pandemic: How Facebook Partners with Global Fact-Checkers to Tackle Misinformation
- Aaron Sharockman
- Keren Goldshlager
Moderated by Baybars Örsek
A conversation with Facebook and PolitiFact, moderated by International Fact-Checking Network Director Baybars Örsek, about how fact-checkers and Facebook addressed...
Flacks ‘n Hacks: Re-Establishing Trust Between Journalists, Corporate Storytellers, and News Consumers
- Jon Amar
- Gregg Castano
- Shandra Naegle
Moderated by Shandra Naegle
The last five years of polarization, media bashing, and misinformation have led to unprecedented levels of media distrust. This distrust has been compounded by shrinking...