From algos that determine recommendations to CMSs for traffic - Has the tech factor overshadowed news?
The biggest political scandal of a generation and its lasting impact on the United States.
From floods to forest fires - Are journalists failing to connect the dots?
Gender in cinema, its representation, its power structures and misogyny faced by women with an opinion, on social media
Do advertisers care about the quality or messaging of the shows they sponsor? Should they?
Was the Indian media responsible in its coverage or did it sacrifice the credibility of the movement at the cost of speed and sensationalism?
After having being ignored for years, the agrarian crisis has become a major news point in the last decade. Where will the solutions come from?
How a battle between billionaires and journalists took down a media conglomerate.
Followed by David Usborne In conversation with Sunetra Choudhury
Why does fake news work? What are the tools to fight fake news? Will the solution be a technological innovation or an editorial exercise? Why does it spread faster than truth?
Is media's criticism of other media houses a healthy practice for improvement or an exercise in discrediting news?
Join Feminism in India's workshop on how to report gender-based violence (GBV). Sensitivity, accuracy and appropriateness of language and syntax. A set of media ethics guidelines on GBV reportage.
In an age of disappearing borders, journalists are doing stories on a global scale with lesser resources by forming virtual connections.
क्या छवि की चुनौती से जूझ रहे हैं राजनीतिक दलों के मीडिया प्लेटफॉर्म? क्या वे चाहकर भी निष्पक्ष हो सकते हैं? वे पत्रकारिता की सेवा कर रहे हैं या पार्टी की?
Follow the journey of “Raqqa is Being Slaughtered Silently” – a handful of anonymous activists who banded together after their homeland was taken over by ISIS in 2014.
Has Indian cinema in the 21st century served any role in political messaging as art is expected to?
Yes...No...Maybe? Exploring love, sex, desire and consent, and what makes it so tricky.
The biggest and most comprehensive research project undertaken that looks into women's representation in news media: print, broadcast, and digital.
क्या हिंदी न्यूज़ चैनल आत्मघाती हो चले हैं? क्या इनकी विश्वसनीयता निचले धरातल को छू रही है?
With India emerging as an audio-first internet nation, is this the new "pivot-to" format or just a passing fad?
SFLC's 'Digital Security Training' project aimed at training individuals to adopt digital security measures. Especially why journalists should care about the legal aspects and protect their data and privacy by using freely available tools.
The evolution of online audio and video platforms and where are they headed. How will the emergence of these platforms impact bigger players in negotiating divergent international conventions and policies?
Christina Lee from the Hostwriter network will discuss bias in the newsroom and how it can be countered with diversity and collaboration for better reporting.
In the context of the Neta app and similar platforms, Pratham will discuss how technology, big data & gamification can be used to create accountability in government.
With journalists facing serious physical threats while doing their jobs, how much risk is worth it?
Must the relationship between journalists and the establishment be one of combat? How effective is it in change for the better?
Journalism is in crisis. Trust is at an all time low. Legacy business models have collapsed. What if there was another way? Vivian Schiller of The Civil Foundation will talk about how journalists and the public they serve can take back control.
What happened when Maziar Bahari, a journalist, was detained by Iranian forces and labeled a spy? Followed by an In Conversation: Maziar Bahari with Deepanjana Pal
What have the recently concluded polls taught us about fact-checking? A quick run-through on verifying photos, videos and posts that you spot online.
The session will focus on exploring various fiscal tools from OBI platform, to explore and analyse the budget and spending data from various tiers of governments in India.
The biggest and most comprehensive research project undertaken that looks into caste representation in news media: print, broadcast and digital.
How far have we come in creating alternate revenue streams and what will it take to make them work?
In the pursuit of eyeballs, is primetime hysteria at best justifying vigilante violent acts and at worst fuelling them?
It emerged as a problem yesterday, it is endemic to news today, and it threatens to destroy the credibility of news tomorrow- Where are we? Where are we going?
Poetry and Cinema: Giving Expression to Aspirations
Leading satirists in Hindi and English in conversation talk about pushing the boundaries and talking truth to power.