Reporting Responsibly on Domestic Violence: Full Discussion
What should journalists should take into account when reporting on domestic violence and abuse? Hosted by IMPRESS Board Member Emma Jones, a group of campaigners and journalists discuss a pertinent case of domestic abuse and the response by the press. They also explain how reporting of domestic violence can influence the actions of potential perpetrators and how journalists can use their reporting as a force for good, helping the victims among their readers.
Reporting Responsibly on Domestic Violence: Five Takeaways
How can journalists report on cases of domestic violence ethically and responsibly? Watch Liz Kelly, Ryan Hart, Janey Starling and Kelsi Farrington give their recommendations.
Episode #5 - The Conscious Advertising Network: Ethical Advertising with Guest Harriet Kingaby
In this latest episode of the IMPRESS podcast we speak to Harriet Kingaby, Co-Chair of the Conscious Advertising Network about the background to how the network came to be, its vision and mission, as well as what it means to be an ethical advertiser and how smaller and independent publishers can get involved and become 'conscious' advertisers!
[TOOLBOX] What makes a source a 'trusted source'?
Mark Little, CEO of Kinzen, on the characteristics of a trusted source for a community - and what this means for local and independent journalists.
Episode #4 - NewsGuard: a proposal to 'fight misinformation'
Co-founders and co-CEOs of NewsGuard Steven Brill and Gordon Crovitz, and Vice President of Business Development Anna-Sophie Harling, discuss how they aim for "using journalism to fight false news, misinformation and disinformation”. NewsGuard developed a rating system which results in a “nutrition label”, with 9 key criteria. How does it work? What is their experience in the US so far? What are their next steps in the UK and Europe, and how can independent news organisations engage with them?