Ethics and Trust

Immersive Case Study: Sacramento Bee 3D Explainer

This case study is part of the broader Guide to Immersive Ethics. Learn more in the overview, including what ethical criteria to consider when starting a new immersive...

Immersive Case Study: Euronews 360 Video

This case study is part of the broader Guide to Immersive Ethics. Learn more in the overview, including what ethical criteria to consider when starting a new immersive...

Immersive Case Study: American Food Post-Production

This case study is part of the broader Guide to Immersive Ethics. Learn more in the overview, including what ethical criteria to consider when starting a new immersive...

Immersive Case Study: Actual Reality

This case study is part of the broader Guide to Immersive Ethics. Learn more in the overview, including what ethical criteria to consider when starting a new immersive...

A Guide to Immersive Ethics

As media evolves, journalists are presented with new opportunities for storytelling; re-thinking what defines “ethical storytelling” in new and powerful media is part of that...

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...

ONA19

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...

ONA19

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...

ONA19

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...