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The FCC’s Journalism Conference 2017: Fake news, social media and story pitching are top topics

The FCC's first Journalism Conference featured panelists of senior editors and reporters from around the region. Photo: Asiapix

The FCC’s first Journalism Conference featured panelists of senior editors and reporters from around the region. Photo: Asiapix

Save the date – Saturday, April 29 – for the Foreign Correspondents’ Club Hong Kong’s second journalism conference, back by popular demand.

The day will feature practical workshops and discussions by panels of experts relevant to journalists at all stages of their careers. Topics will range from fake news to virtual reality, drone videos, making the best of social media, how to pitch stories and how to sell the Hong Kong story to an international audience and reporting in China, plus many more.

Speakers include reporters and editors from major news organisations such as The New York Times, CNN, The Wall Street Journal, Thomson Reuters, Bloomberg, BBC, Time, the Financial Times and Quartz.

Details will be sent out along with booking forms in mid-March, with preferential early sign up for Correspondent and Journalist members.

READ MORE: FCC Journalism Conference 2016 – covering news in an era of digital disruption




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