Science Writers Roundtable: Journalism in Crisis

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Science Writers Roundtable:
Journalism in Crisis — How Did We Get Here and What Comes Next?
Presented by the NASW Board of Directors


Date: Thursday, July 25, 2024
Start Time: 1 PM ET / 10 AM PT
Even Registration Link: https://sciencewriters-org.zoom.us/webinar/register/6317198578562/WN_6EqiCoZxTTqKYGyiW7fOXw

Journalism is facing a series of intersecting crises. Funding models have not kept pace with technological change, leading to large-scale layoffs and the shuttering of outlets across the country. Misinformation and disinformation are rampant. And increasingly sophisticated generative A.I. stands to exacerbate both these problems and undermine the entire enterprise. Join us for a look at how we got to this point and where we go from here.

Registration is free and open to all interested professionals and students.
Recording will be made available to NASW members.

Speakers and moderators to be announced.

#SciWriRoundtable


Curated by the Board of the National Association of Science Writers, the Science Writers Roundtable series is the organization’s main virtual events series dissecting and responding to the evergreen and emerging forces that shape the business of science news. Open to all interested professionals and students, each event is moderated by an NASW Board Member in conversation among colleagues with experience and expertise relevant to journalists, writers, PIOs, and other communicators. No matter your role and identity within the science writing enterprise, we hope you will take away invaluable insights and information from our #SciWriRoundtable to become a more prepared, better equipped professional, educator, trainee, leader, or ally. Learn more at https://www.nasw.org/article/nasw-science-writers-sciwriroundtable-2024-virtual-events-series-journalism-business

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