Ethics and Trust

ONA19

From Fake Video to Twitter Bots: Tips & Tricks For Exposing Disinfo

  • Andy Carvin
  • Nadine Ajaka

Political campaigns are now taking place online and disinformation is increasingly a part of the information ecosystem. As newsrooms gear up for 2020 election coverage, they’ll...

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[Sponsored] How Are Journalists Building Trust in Underserved Communities?

  • Sarah Alvarez
  • Sara Lomax-Reese
  • Madeleine Bair
  • Cliff Albright
  • Moderated by Martin Reynolds

This event is presented by John S. and James L. Knight Foundation Community Engagement – How are journalists building trust in underserved communities? What can we learn from...

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Reporting On Immigration In The Age of Polarization and Misinformation

  • Jose Vargas
  • Peter Perl
  • Ethan Zuckerman

Reporting on immigration with accuracy and empathy has always been difficult, a long-term challenge exacerbated by the mendacity and unpredictability of the Trump-era. Join Define...

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Helping Corrections Catch Up To Mistakes In a Social Media World

  • Dan Gillmor
  • Kristy Roschke
  • Ted Han

In a world where misinformation runs rampant, it is easy to forget that the most prolific fact-checkers are news organizations themselves. Go under the hood and learn from the ASU...

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Creating Guidelines for Machine Learning in the Newsroom

  • Mark Hansen
  • Troy Thibodeaux
  • Marina Walker Guevara

As journalists become more adept at borrowing from data science to produce new methods of analysis, they will increasingly need guidelines for story sourcing in terabytes of messy...

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Preparing for the Future of Deepfakes

  • Matthew Wright
  • Jeremy Gilbert
  • Joan Donovan
  • Moderated by Claire Wardle

Cheap, high-fidelity video and audio hoaxes are coming soon to political arena, and journalists on the front lines of misinformation need new tools to prevent abuses by powerful...

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Building Trust: Workshopping Strategies You Can Use to Demonstrate Credibility

  • Joy Mayer
  • Lynn Walsh

Just because you practice responsible, ethically-produced journalism doesn’t mean that your community knows you are trustworthy. Turn their misconceptions into an opportunity to...

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Building Trust: Newsroom Tools for the “Fake News” Era

  • Talia Stroud
  • Joy Mayer
  • Sally Lehrman
  • Ashley Alvarado

In a “fake news” era, audience trust is difficult to earn but fundamental to success. Join this masterclass to learn about emerging research and practices from experts in the...

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Legal Panel: Leaks and Secrets

  • Alison Schary
  • Kate Bolger
  • Meg Marco
  • Katie Townsend

Breaking the next Pentagon Papers is the career-making, public interest journalism of reporters’ dreams. But how to actually do it? The ONA19 Legal Panel brings together a team...