The New Academic Building

Thanks to everyone who came – thanks to everyone who spoke – thanks to the LSE staff and Polis interns who made it run so smoothly.

You can access videos of most of the sessions here.

Internal Reports:

Polis Intern Barbara Feeney reports on the Reporting Revolution Session

Stephanie Gale reports on The Only Way Is Ethics -Newspapers After Leveson

Wanda O’Brien reports on Crash! Bust! Slump! Reporting the Economic Crisis session

External reports:

A good report here on the Reporting Protest session

In French – excellent report on the Swedish Radio Journalism 3.0 and International Social Media Sessions

It has been another extraordinary year for huge global news stories. Here in the UK, journalism itself has also become the story. In our all-day, two-venue conference we will hear from the journalists – as well as some lawyers, academics and activists – about how well we have told these stories and what kind of journalism we need to meet the challenges of an uncertain, complex world.

The conference is in partnership with the BBC Academy who will record it all and put it online. Our other partners, the European Broadcasting Union are bringing many of their members over, so it will be a very international affair.

The Polis social media team will be reporting all the sessions with photos and text, so keep in touch with @PolisLSE.
The Twitter hashtag is : #Polis12
You can follow me on Twitter at @charliebeckett
You can also follow Polis on Facebook or contact us via and ask to be added to our email newsletter list.

Here is the Polis conference schedule – but please bear in mind it is subject to change!
Please also note that we will provide coffee and sandwiches but there are also many nearby cafes where you can find refreshments. If you need WiFi I am afraid that you have to ask for individual accounts at Registration.

If you enjoy the conference you might also be interested in our Summer School.