Modern Literature & Culture Research Centre & Gallery Ryerson University

Thursday, April 23, 4-5pm

 

What is the impact of COVID-19 on the newsroom agenda and the (inter)national mediascape? This webinar discusses journalistic practices during the crisis and explores new modes of reporting and storytelling.

Panelists

April Lindgren, Professor of Journalism and Velma Rogers Research Chair, Ryerson University
Rachel Pulfer, Executive Director, Journalists for Human Rights
Brian Winston, Emmy award-winning filmmaker and Lincoln Professor of Media Studies, University of Lincoln

 

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