Consistently ranked among the best experiences of our conference, this series of participatory, inspiring conversations will address challenging topics in your area of expertise. You'll be able to choose your own conversation from the list of ideas below.
These discussions will give you an opportunity to collaborate with top minds in the field to explore new ideas on common issues you face.
Head to the room that has the topics that interest you most, sit anywhere, and our trained facilitators will you give you (very brief!) instructions on how Table Talks will work.
Digital versus Broadcast: Breaking silos in the newsroom – Alisha Ebrahimji
How to tackle enterprise reporting in a lean newsroom – Amy Wu
Let's develop a pipeline for local news that combines the affordances of digital tools and the physical world – An Xiao Mina
Fact-checking and teaching critical thinking to future journalists – Angie Holan
How can journalists build a more nuanced, insightful, and responsible alternative to horse-race political opinion polling – Ben deJarnette
Covering elections before election day – Derek Willis
How do we make sportswriting interesting again? – Elena Bergeron
Taking fact-checking local: What are the best practices and audience strategies for elevating facts, debunking falsehoods and building trust in your community? – Eric Carvin
How can we overcome the challenges of building a strong local journalism culture in the United States and what are the initiatives in this area that have been prospering? – Fernanda Braune-Brackenrich
How to collaborate with non-visual writers/editors – Kainaz Amaria
Creating a Data Commons: using data for cross-newsroom collaboration - James Gray
Navigating ever-more restrictive public records laws – Kevin Vaughan
What should journalists do to keep earning the public's trust? – Lisa Heyamoto
How do you build the paths your stories will take through the communities they impact before you've even produced them? – Monica Guzmán
Fact-checking around the world – Omar Mohammed
How to build trust in the news: What's your idea or project? – Sally Lehrman
Understanding Each Other - how reporters and data viz teams can learn to understand each other – Tisha Thompson
Localizing national data sets – Troy Thibodeaux
Innovation in legacy media – Teresa Frontado