of media under attack in Turkey at #ijf19 with Kaya Genc on th…er Cumhuriyet, a case which has raised concerns about media freedom under President Tayyip Erdogan.
🔔 We’ll tackle the topic of media under attack in Turkey at #ijf19 with Kaya Genc on this panel with Rachael Jolley, Caroline Muscat, and Wana Udobang: “How to fight back against the censors?”
🔔 We’ll tackle the topic of diversity & inclusion at #ijf19 on these panels: “Amplifying women’…res: 69 percent of AP and Reuters bylines go to men, “by far the biggest gender gap in news media.”
🔔 We’ll tackle the topic of diversity & inclusion at #ijf19 on these panels: “Amplifying women’s authoritative voice in media”, “Women’s leadership in media”, and “Women in journalism: beyond the #metoo moment”
, editor Maria Ressa and staff.
🔔 Maria Ressa will be a #ijf19 s…ty and Reporters Without Borders condemn prosecution of news website, editor Maria Ressa and staff.
🔔 Maria Ressa will be a #ijf19 speaker
More than two years later, we can now evaluate these claims. And it turns out that many of the initial conclusions that observers reached about the scope of fake news consumption, and its effects on our politics, were exaggerated or incorrect. Relatively few people consumed this form of content directly during the 2016 campaign, and even fewer did so before the 2018 election. Fake news consumption is concentrated among a narrow subset of Americans with the most conservative news diets. And, most notably, no credible evidence exists that exposure to fake news changed the outcome of the 2016 election.
In the end, engaged journalism is just good journalism. it’s cultivating and listening to sources throughout the community, rather than in niche sectors or in the upper echelons of power. It’s producing hard-hitting, moving, and accurate stories that are relevant to community members and reflect their lived realities and meet their needs. And it’s understanding that journalism — whether it’s for profit or not — is a public service, and as such, must respect and include the public in its processes and practices.
…oosted its global database of women experts from 500 names at the start of 2018 to more than 2,300.
🔔 Laura Zelenko (Senior Executive Editor For Diversity, Talent, Standards and Training at Bloomberg) will be a #ijf19 speaker
while helping prevent abuse,” a WhatsApp spokesperson told The Guardian.
🔔 Carl…ber to reach close friends while helping prevent abuse,” a WhatsApp spokesperson told The Guardian.
🔔 Carl Woog (head of communications WhatsApp) will be a #ijf19 speaker
In all the urgent debate about regulating, investigating, and even breaking up internet companies, we have lost sight of the problem we are trying to confront: not technology but instead human behaviour on it, the bad acts of some (small) number of fraudsters, propagandists, bigots, misogynists, and jerks.