The last 12 months have seen the role of media in global politics thrust to the top of the agenda. WikiLeaks has taken on the most powerful government on the planet, while a mix of social media and broadcast news has helped fan the flames of revolution across the Middle East. Join us on June 10th 2011 for a whole day of debate on the role of journalism in politics.
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This is the second Value of Journalism conference following on from last year’s look at how the news media has become networked. You can see the report we launched by clicking on the panel on the right here and see video of the event here – it includes Jon Snow, Peter Horrocks, Danny Finkelstein, Janine Gibson, Geordie Grieg and many more.
This year we already have confirmed Helen Boaden, Director of BBC News, Krishnan Guru-Murthy from Channel 4 News, Peter Horrocks, Head of BBC World Service, and a range of international speakers from across Europe and the Middle East.
There will be two theatres in the LSE’s New Academic Building in Lincoln’s Inn Fields with key-note speeches and panels in one arena, with more specialised parallel sessions alongside in a second theatre and a networking space with special exhibits.
Last year we had a mixed audience of journalists, media analysts and researchers. We won’t announce precise details until after Easter but if you want to register an interest then please email us at POLIS@LSE.AC.UK
The conference is in partnership with the BBC College of Journalism (part of the BBC Academy), the European Broadcasting Union and the Thomson Foundation, one of the world’s leaders in media training and development.
You have to have a ticket to attend – they are free and you can get them here
If you are interested in becoming an event partner then contact us at POLIS@LSE.AC.UK.