Journalism online: breaking new ground, keeping it ethical

This Trust in Journalism Conference 2020 session explored the opportunities and pitfalls of distributing news online, researching, reporting and managing feedback in new formats, as our lives, work and interests increasingly gravitate towards the online sphere.

How do journalists navigate new territory and techniques online whilst keeping within ethical and legal boundaries? How do journalists maximise engagement when producing high-quality, in-depth and public interest reporting? What are the trade-offs, what should be avoided, and how do you achieve the best of both?

Featuring chair Banseka Kayembe (Naked Politics UK), Liam Gilliver (Plant Based News), Jack Lahart (The Economist) and Kassy Cho (Almost)

[This session was part of Day 3 of the Trust in Journalism Conference 2020.]

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