Reported.ly in Perugia: The videos
The 10th edition of the International Journalism Festival in Perugia was a great opportunity to discuss ideas with reporters, curators, photographers, academics, filmmakers, human rights workers and tech experts, and also to meet some of our heroes and get to know some of you in person. Thanks to on-demand videos of the Festival, you can now enjoy the discussion as much as we did.
Making secondary trauma a primary issue: Understanding the impact of vicarious trauma in newsrooms
with Sam Dubberley, Sue Llewellyn, Gavin Rees, Kate Riley and reported.ly’s Andy Carvin:
The responsibility of reporting graphic imagery: Ideas for protecting yourself and your audience
with Claire Wardle and reported.ly’s Andy Carvin
Covering violence: Psychological injury, resilience and self-care
with Salam Khoder, Lath Mushtaq, Gavin Rees, Laura Silvia Battaglia and reported.ly’s Andy Carvin
Fail better: The journalist’s guide to screwing up
with Mark Little, George Brock and reported.ly’s Andy Carvin
The case for engaged journalism
with Mary Hamilton, Larry Macaulay, Josh Stearns and reported.ly’s Malachy Browne
Yemen: The silent war
with Laura Silvia Battaglia, Iona Craig, Abdourahman Hussain, Sarah Ishaq and reported.ly’s Malachy Browne
Undertaking open source investigations
with An Xiao Mina and reported.ly’s Malachy Browne
What does it mean to protect an eyewitness in the social media age?
with Fergus Bell, Sue Llelewyn, Josh Stearns and reported.ly’s Malachy Browne.
Captured news media: The case of Turkey
with Baris Altintas, Murat Coban, Canan Coskun, Kadri Gursel, Rachael Jolley and reported.ly’s Marina Petrillo
Media freedom and the war on terror: The amazing shrinking space
with Peter Greste and reported.ly’s Marina Petrillo