MEAA Journalist Code of Ethics #3
1 July @ 5:30 pm - 6:30 pm AEST$10
MEAA and The Walkley Foundation present – The full picture: Manipulated images and stolen stories
This third session in a series of webinars exploring MEAA’s Journalist Code of Ethics focuses on plagiarism and presenting pictures and sound which are true and accurate.
Our expert panel will discuss when following a story becomes stealing, and how to fight back against plagiarism. Hear from working journalists, editors and a photographer about media’s ethical obligations around manipulation of photos, videos and audio, including manipulation by omission.
The session will feature presentations on the legal and technical aspects, a panel discussion and audience Q&A.
- Ginger Gorman| Journalist|Author of Troll Hunter
- Bhakthi Puvanenthiran | Editor| ABC Everyday
- James Ross | Photojournalist | AAP
- John Bergin | Google News Initiative | The Walkley Foundation
- Kate Haddock | Partner | Banki Haddock Fiora
- Karen Percy | Walkley Foundation Director | MEAA Media Vice President
Date: Thursday 1 July
Time: 5:30pm – 6:30pm AEST
Cost: $10 plus booking. All revenue will be donated to the Media Safety & Solidarity Fund.
A MEAA initiative established in 2005, the Media Safety & Solidarity Fund is supported by donations from Australian journalists and media personnel to assist colleagues in the Asia-Pacific region through times of emergency, war and hardship.
For any questions regarding the event please contact Walkley Foundation Events & Programs Coordinator Marcus Raue at email@example.com.