A Conversation With NPR About Ethics: Has a Polarized Climate Changed Journalism? [Sponsored]

Join NPR newsroom leaders for an open and wide-ranging conversation about the ethical decisions facing many news organizations and journalists today. Public opinion about the media is at all-time lows and has become more politically polarized, which means building trust with an audience is essential to all aspects of a news organization, from ensuring those who are hired understand and reflect objectivity in their social media presences to the language of a story or photo choices. Come for a conversation about the questions that journalists face today, that can inform your world. For details and speakers, check #NPR2017ONA.

This session is generously supported by NPR.


Michael Oreskes - SVP News and Editorial Director, NPR

Mark Memmott - Supervising Senior Editor, Standards & Practice, NPR

Jim Brady - Public Editor, ESPN

Madhulika Sikka - Public Editor, PBS

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