The Trust Architects: Building Deeper Engagement

Presented at Dublin17
May 19, 2017
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An entire community of journalists, technologists, activists, venture capitalists, entrepreneurs and other innovators have been tackling the issues of trust in news for months now. Newsrooms can take a leading, proactive role in developing more transparent and meaningful engagement with our communities — in a way that can create value for everyone participating. Keynote speaker Mark Little, whose work has bridged legacy newsrooms, startups and social platforms, will draw from his experiences and recent conversations to talk about opportunities for newsrooms — legacy and digital alike — to create models of trust.


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Mark Little
Journalist and entrepreneur
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