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Edward R. Murrow Program for Journalist – New and Traditional Broadcast Media

Edward R. Murrow Program for Journalist – New and Traditional Broadcast Media
Wed May 22

Edward R. Murrow Program for Journalist – New and Traditional Broadcast Media

Edward R. Murrow Program for Journalist – New and Traditional Broadcast Media
Wed May 22

Edward R. Murrow Program for Journalist – New and Traditional Broadcast Media

Theme: Edward R. Murrow Program for Journalist – New and Traditional Broadcast Media

Time:
8:00 am - 5:00 pm CT

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Edward R. Murrow Program for Journalist – New and Traditional Broadcast Media

This project examines the history, structure, and function of broadcasting in the United States and the challenges and opportunities posed by social media. It addresses the influence of radio, television, cable, and new technologies in a pluralistic, decentralized, and democratic society. The project also explores how organizations, institutions, and individuals are working to fact check to ensure accuracy in news reporting. Participants will explore the role of the media, including social media, in supporting democratic institutions and promoting community development. The project also highlights the American philosophical and legal commitments to freedom of expression. As a part of IVLP’s “Edward R. Murrow Program for Journalists” series, this project includes a graduate or professional-level academic workshop focused on broadcast media.

Countries visiting: Bolivia, Cuba, Ecuador, Honduras, Mexico, Peru, Venezuela

  • About the event

    This project examines the history, structure, and function of broadcasting in the United States and the challenges and opportunities posed by social media. It addresses the influence of radio, television, cable, and new technologies in a pluralistic, decentralized, and democratic society. The project also explores how organizations, institutions, and individuals are working to fact check to ensure accuracy in news reporting. Participants will explore the role of the media, including social media, in supporting democratic institutions and promoting community development. The project also highlights the American philosophical and legal commitments to freedom of expression. As a part of IVLP’s “Edward R. Murrow Program for Journalists” series, this project includes a graduate or professional-level academic workshop focused on broadcast media.

    Countries visiting: Bolivia, Cuba, Ecuador, Honduras, Mexico, Peru, Venezuela