Politics and Law
Efforts in many states across the U.S. to advance legislation to counter the collapse of local news are on the rise. Learn about the various types of legislation being proposed...
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,...
- An Xiao Mina
- Matthew Wright
- Claire Wardle
Moderated by Matt Thompson
Each election cycle sees new tactics and technology used to misinform the public in the digital space. Join this high-level discussion on the dangers of disinformation and...
- Lynn Walsh
Journalists have ethics? No way? As a journalist, you know how hard you work to be fair and ethical, but do your users? Probably not. Get tips on how you can discuss your ethics...
- Samantha Benent
- Chris Miles
- Jareen Imam
- Brooke Seipel
Learn how national and local news organizations are covering the U.S. elections on Facebook and Instagram, and hear from NBC News and The Hill on how they use CrowdTangle in their...
- Simon Rogers
Learn how to use Google Trends data to understand: what people search for in local markets; tools and tips for accessing real time Trends data; do’s and don’ts; how to...
- Naomi Schalit
- Denise-Marie Ordway
- John Adams
Moderated by Joel Abrams
Offering tips, techniques and models to better inform citizens about what they need to know, this deeply-reported session on political journalism will provide insights into how...
This event is presented by Reuters Across countries, almost two-thirds feel the media are good at keeping people up to date (62%), but are far less good at helping them understand...