EPISODE 17: HOW ARE OUR INFORMATION ECOSYSTEMS HOLDING UP? A POST-ELECTION CHECK-IN
Only 36 hours after voting ends, we’ll check in on the resilience of news organizations and social media platforms to meet the moment amidst an unprecedented election. On episode 17 of “Informed & Engaged,” join Knight Foundation’s Jennifer Preston and Aspen Institute’s Vivian Schiller who will talk with Charles Sykes, founder and editor-at-large at The Bulwark; Joanne Lipman, former editor of USA Today and a Distinguished Journalism Fellow at Princeton’s Institute for Advanced Study; Setti Warren, executive director of the Shorenstein Center on Media and Politics and Public Policy at Harvard Kennedy School; and Kate Klonick, Assistant Professor at Law at St. John’s University Law School and an Affiliate Fellow at the Information Society Project at Yale Law School.
This episode of Informed & Engaged is in partnership with The Aspen Institute.
PROVIDED BY GUEST
- Learn more about Aspen Digital
- For more on how the media and public policy markers get manipulated on various platforms, visit the “Global Media Manipulation Case Book”
- New York Times opinion piece by Emily Dreyfuss, “Trump’s Tweeting Isn’t Crazy. It’s Strategic, Typos and All.” mentioned by Setti David Warren.
- “How to Cover Election Day and Beyond” by Vivian Schiller & Garrett Graff
- For resources for journalists from various sites and on various subjects, visit Journalist’s Resource.
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