Conference Videos
Welcome       Prof. Stephen J. A. Ward, Director of UW Center for Journalism Ethics
SESSION I     The New Journalism Ecosystem: Transparency, Standards and Practice
SESSION II    Ethics for the New Investigative Newsroom
SESSION lll    Bridging the Gaps: Holding True to Old-Media Values in a New Media World.
SESSION IV    What Ever Happened to Verification in Journalism?
SESSION V     When Journalists Join the Media Revolution: An International Conversation
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Ethics for the New Investigative Newsroom

Session covers a report on a recently staged roundtable on ethical issues in creating and operating non-profit investigative newsrooms. The roundtable addressed such issues as funding and conflicts of interest, editorial independence and transparency.


Lee Wilkins, professor, Missouri School of Journalism


Stephen J.A. Ward, Director, Center for Journalism Ethics, UW-Madison School of Journalism and Mass Communication
Andy Hall, executive director and reporter, Wisconsin Center for Investigative Journalism
Brant Houston, Knight Chair in Investigative and Enterprise Reporting, University of Illinois


Martin Kaiser, editor and senior vice president, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Carol Toussaint, consultant to charitable foundations and nonprofit organizations

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