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Disinformation & Democracy: The Case for Media Literacy
This solutions gathering will explore the digital threats to democracy and our 2020 election posed by dis- and misinformation, bringing together journalists, technology and disinformation experts, as well as press freedom advocates to discuss the media’s role in reporting on election-related disinformation without contributing to the spread of false or manipulated content.
Ushering new journalists past pandemic to the profession
How effective were attempts by media, foundations and educators to preserve newsroom internships for students at the height of the pandemic.
Online harassment of journalists: a threat to democracy
What can be done to track and counter online hate speech campaigns against journalists?
What about the money? The journey to pay great journalis
How to get some extra money and still do work that you love.
Disrupting and Democratizing Journalism: News outlets that aren’t interested in business as usual
Input from disruptors on how they utilized
Case Study: How CalMatters Covered COVID-19 for Sacramento Residents
CalMatters unpacks their pivot within their newsroom and the strategies they used to implement outstanding crisis coverage to keep their community informed and protected.
ollaboration in Isolation: Efficient, Accurate and Organized Crisis Coverage
This panel highlights unique organizations that have facilitated stronger coverage in spite of remote locations and newsrooms. These facilitators teach how to facilitate and execute collaboration successfully amid the chaos of crisis coverage.
How to build a new audience from scratch
This workshop is about how to navigate the early stages of growing an audience that best reflects your project’s goals.
How to Make Sure That Your Great Journalism Truly Informs
Great writing isn’t enough if you want to inform your audience, especially if you serve strongly conservative or strongly liberal media markets.