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trust in media: photojournalism in the digital age

the webinar will discuss the role of photojournalists in the digital age and the challenges they face at work

Mon. 25th Oct.
• 13h Renate Schroeder ‘European Federation of Journalists’ director, introduction Radomir Krackovic vice-president of journalists’ union of Montenegro

• 13:15h a picture is worth a thousand words? Compelling photographs are central to good story-telling. This panel will explore the role of photojournalists in the digital age and the challenges they face – ethics, diversity, picture manipulation/editing and making their work paid in a competitive market flooded with user-generated images. keynote: Emilio Morenatti Pulitzer Prize photojournalist, Lars Boering Director of European Journalism Centre (EJC), Axelle de Russé French photojournalist, tba from Associated Press

• 14:15 h deep-dive: Lars Boering on business models and tba on diversity

• 14:50h reporting from break-out sections and wrapping up

Tues. 26th Oct.
• 13h introduction Yuk Lan Wong EFJ policy and project officer
• 14h union campaigns to promote photojournalism and photojournalists Milen van Boldrik journalists’ union of The Netherlands, Natasha Hirst National Union of journalists of the United Kingdom, tba from DJV or dju in ver.di unions in Germany, facilitator Yannis Kotsifos Greece journalists’ union • 15h conclusion

registrations are open, to register for day 1, 25 Oct. from 1 PM – 3.15 PM click here
for day 2, 26 Oct. from 1 PM – 3.15 PM click here
if you want to join on both days, please register for each day separately
all participants and speakers have to register and will then be sent a confirmation link to join

this activity is part of a two-year project ‘Trust in Journalism’ launched by ‘European Federation of Journalists’
and is co-funded by the Dept. Employment, Social Affairs & Inclusion of the of the European Commission

Foto: © Pavlo Podufalov, Kiew