PINF at Trust in Journalism Conference 2020
PINF is co-organising Day 2 of the IMPRESS Trust in Journalism Conference 2020, on 24 November, 2:00-5:00PM (GMT). The theme for the day is Public Interest News: Unlocking Potential.
This day explores the trends, challenges and potential of the independent public interest news sector in the UK, with insights from the US, Australia and Europe. What is the state of the independent news sector in the UK? Is charitable journalism a realistic future for public interest news? What are the contributions of public interest independent news organisations to the wider journalism and news landscape?
CONVERSATION. Public interest journalism today
PANEL. Unlocking potential: Public interest news worldwide (speakers from the US, Australia, the UK and Europe)
PANEL. How plural is the independent news sector – really?
PUBLISHERS ROUNDTABLE. Realising news potential
Adam Thomas, Director, European Journalism Centre
Alicia Bell, News Voices Organising Manager, Free Press
Anna Draffin, CEO, Public Interest Journalism Initiative (Australia)
Bernard Achampong, Founder, Unedited:
Emily Atherton, Editor-in-Chief, Cumberland & Westmorland Herald
Emma Meese, Director, Independent Community News Network (US)
Jo Adetunji, Managing Editor, The Conversation
Jonathan Heawood, Executive Director, PINF
Marverine Duffy, Broadcaster & Director of Undergraduate Journalism Studies, BCU
Polly Curtis, Managing Director, PA Media
Robyn Vinter, Founder & Editor-in-Chief, The Overtake
Sarah Cheverton, Editor, Star & Crescent
Shirish Kulkarni, Community Organiser, Bureau for Investigative Journalism
About the #TrustinJournalism Conference 2020
The IMPRESS Trust in Journalism Conference, is an annual celebration and exploration of some of the best journalism initiatives, key debates and shared challenges we face as an industry. The conference is a space for people from very different backgrounds and perspectives to come together and build solutions, including publishers, journalists, platforms, academics, regulators, students and more from across the UK and beyond. Visit www.trustinjournalism.co.uk for more information about the programme and speakers.
Time and date: 23-25 November 2020, 2:00-5:00pm (GMT)