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Thursday, August 14 • 3:00pm - 3:50pm
Social media reporting & ethics

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Social media is constantly evolving and almost every newsroom now requires its journalists to make use of social media tools for news gathering. But not every newsroom has given guidance on what’s right and wrong in social media reporting. This panel will answer questions about fair use, sourcing, permissions, privacy and more.

Speakers
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Jesse Holland

Race, Ethnicity & Demographics Writer, The Associated Press
Jesse J. Holland is the Race, Ethnicity & Demographics writer for The Associated Press in Washington, D.C. A former Supreme Court, White House and Congressional reporter, Jesse was named one of TheRoot.com 100 Most Influential African Americans in 2011 and is the youngest person on the University of Mississippi's Top 50 Journalism Graduates. Jesse is also the social media coordinator for the AP’s Washington bureau, where he... Read More →
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Melody Kramer

Digital Strategist and Associate Editor, NPR
(@mkramer) Melody co-leads NPR’s social media team and strategy. She helps create and launch products that help the NPR newsroom better prioritize their time on social, consults on internal social projects, and evaluates third-party tools for NPR. She used to work at “Fresh Air with Terry Gross” and at “Wait Wait Don’t Tell Me.”
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Meghan Peters

Strategic Partnerships, Facebook
(@petersmeg) Meghan Peters works on the media partnerships team at Facebook, where she helps news organizations use Facebook as a tool for journalism and community building. Previously, she was the community director at Mashable and web producer at The Seattle Times, where she contributed to the team’s Pulitzer Prize in breaking news. She has written for The Huffington Post, Poynter Online and China Daily.


Thursday August 14, 2014 3:00pm - 3:50pm
Meeting Room 2, Renaissance Washington, DC Downtown 999 Ninth St. NW, Washington, DC, 20001

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