Topics will include investigative reporting, women in the newsroom, fake news, challenges to press freedom, how to shoot video, get a book published, deal with traumatic assignments and avoid the pitfalls of stereotype reporting.
Save the date – Saturday, April 29 – for the Foreign Correspondents’ Club Hong Kong’s second journalism conference, back by popular demand.
Fake news and tweeting presidents was the opening topic of discussion at the FCC’s second Journalism Conference. Top editors from WSJ, NYT, Bloomberg and Reuters gave their views on the current news landscape.
Interviewed by local television stations after a talk at the Macau Journalists’ Association, Wishart endorsed the idea of news organisations and social media giants partnering to try to stem the spread of fakes news through a joint verification process.
The Human Rights Press Awards are run by the FCC, Amnesty International Hong Kong and the Hong Kong Journalists Association. The 22nd annual awards will be judged in the coming weeks and the awards ceremony held on May 12, 2018. Click here for more details.
MOVIE SCREENING The Fourth Estate: A Screening of The Post with U.S. Consul General Kurt Tong in Honour of World Press Freedom Day ….
Kurt Tong said that America’s tough stance on trade tariffs was “well-justified by the facts – and perhaps overdue”.
Organisation launches 99-page report on discrimination in job ads in both China’s government and private companies.