Roundtable: Science in the Newsroom, WNMC.19
Scottish Event Campus, Glasgow, Scotland
Science in the Media will host an exclusive roundtable training workshop during the 71st World News Media Congress in Glasgow. The event will take place on the morning of Saturday 1st June.
This is a roundtable for senior newsroom executives who are seeking to address the challenges faced by news organisations that are responsible for communicating scientific facts and will look at how to encourage high standards of scientific reporting.
For further details or if you are interested in attending the workshop please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Training Workshop: Science in the Media – Keeping the Facts Straight, Singapore
Novotel Singapore On Stevens, Singapore
7th May 2019
If you’re a science, health or consumer affairs editor or journalist, you’re invited to attend a complimentary masterclass by the World Editors Forum in Singapore on May 7 called “Science in the Newsroom: Keeping the Facts Straight”. It is an interactive workshop to tackle the specific challenges around science and health journalism, identify credible and reliable sources of medical and scientific information and how to debunk hoaxes, and develop workflows for fast, accurate and engaging reporting. This is the second and final run of this masterclass which was first held in London last October at the British Library