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Spreading hate to silence speech Maria Ressa, CEO of Rappler
Maria Ressa, CEO of Rappler
Describes her struggle for editorial freedom in the Philippines and how Rappler tries to reach out with news from a country undergoing great change.
In January 2018, the news website Rappler had its license to operate withdrawn. Ressa describes it as an attack on freedom of speech. Rappler's strongest opponent is the country's President, Rodrigo Duterte. The editor, reporter and CEO comes to tell us what is at stake when the power of journalism is under attack.
Den kraftfulle journalistikken Raoul Grünthal, CEO Schibsted Media & Kjersti Løken Stavrum, CEO Stiftelsen Tinius
Raoul Grünthal, CEO Schibsted Media
Kjersti Løken Stavrum, CEO Stiftelsen Tinius
Present findings from The Power of Journalism survey. This reveals how the general public and politicians perceive the work of journalists in Sweden and Norway. We also have comments from business leaders and key figures from society.
Ved hände med Kevin? Den journalistiske granskingen som fick en 20 år gammal mordutredning att återupptas Dan Josefsson, journalist SVT
Dan Josefsson, journalist at SVT
(Sweden's national television channel)
Talks about the revelations in ‘Fallet Kevin’ (The Kevin case) documentary – a production that essentially reopened Sweden's most sensational criminal case.
Josefsson received a tip from a psychologist relating to the investigation of the murder of Kevin, a four-year-old boy, in the town of Arvika in 1998. The tip became the catalyst for a documentary that would contribute to clearing the names of two brothers accused of committing the brutal crime. Josefsson will explain how his work impacted upon the police and changed the outcome of their investigation.
Avsløringen av verdens største overgrepsforum - 7 måneder senere. Hva ble konsekvensene? Einar Otto Stangvik, Håkon Høydal & Natalie Remøe Hansen, VG
VG JOURNALISTS EINAR OTTO STANGVIK, HÅKON HØYDAL AND NATALIE REMØE HANSEN
VG journalists Einar Otto Stangvik, Håkon Høydal and Natalie Remøe Hansen discuss how the uncovering of the largest abuse website on the dark web is an important development for society.
In 2017, thanks to a combination of complex data analysis and journalistic methods, VG revealed that Australian police were operating the dark web’s largest abuse site, sharing images of, and promoting, abuse. The VG journalists will explain why the case is important and what has happened in its aftermath.
Dette er de norske overgriperne Ingunn Røren & Helle Aarnes, Aftenposten A-Magasinet
AFTENPOSTEN JOURNALISTS INGUNN RØREN AND HELLE AARNES
Ingunn Røren and Helle Aarnes achieved something the Norwegian Police couldn’t. They delved deep into 89 Norwegian criminal cases to systematically analyse information relating to men who shared abusive, extreme images of their own and other people’s children. The two pioneering journalists succeeded in profiling these paedophiles - on the face of it, normally family men - while also finding that they themselves had nowhere to turn to to seek help. Their important findings now form an important part of the police’s, and other supporting organizations, understanding of this form of activity, and the men who undertake it.
Avsløringen av strømmetjenesten Tidal Gry Egenes, featureredaktør i Dagens Næringsliv
Gry Egenes has been managing editor of features and investigation in Dagens Næringsliv since 1995. She has been deputy editor of Dagens Næringsliv since 2006. In 2007 she started DNs lifestyle-magazine D2.
On May 9 Dagens Næringsliv revealed that Beyoncé and Kanye West's downloads at Tidal had been manipulated, which have given the two superstars and their recordings at the expense of other artists.
Tidal has been reported to the police by the music rights organization TONO, the artist organization GramArt and Fono, the association of Norwegian label companies. Gry Egenes gives us the fresh update on the story.
My time undercover at the presidents club #metoo Madison Marriage, journalist Financial Times
Madison Marriage, Financial Times reporter
Describes how she revealed a hotbed of grotesque behaviour and sexual harassment going undercover during a closed dinner for men in London.
"An incessant stream of harassment." This is how Marriage chose to describe the actions of wealthy men at the ‘Presidents Club Charity Dinner’ in London in January this year. After the report, the organizer promised that the elite, but now disgraced, event would change. Marriage will tell the audience what happened in the aftermath of the undercover story.
Maximizing audience impact Renée Kaplan, Head of Audience Engagement, Financial Times
RENÉE KAPLAN, FINANCIAL TIMES HEAD OF AUDIENCE ENGAGEMENT
Kaplan reveals why Madison Marriage’s ‘Presidents Club Charity Dinner’ exposé became one of the most read stories in the history of the famous newspaper. She will also detail how the Financial Times maximizes its audience reach and impact.
What's on the plate Erik Wiman, Aftonbladet
ERIK WIMAN, INVESTIGATIVE AND FOREIGN REPORTER, AFTONBLADET
Erik presents "What's on the plate", a project with photographer Magnus Wennman. Aftonbladet's team always strives to develop the storytelling technique. In this project, they depicted the worst famine disaster since the Second World War in a completely new way. With their very own text- and image languages, as well as using the full potential of VR technology, they succeeded in achieving both a larger audience and humanitarian purpose.
Inside the White House Jim Acosta, Chief White House Correspondent, CNN
Jim Acosta, Chief White House Correspondent CNN
Jim Acosta is CNN's chief White House correspondent, currently covering the Trump administration and previously covered the Obama administration from the White House and around the world. Acosta is going to share his experiences of working at the White House with Donald Trump as the President.
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