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Trust in Journalism Conference 2019: 'The World of Independent Publishing'

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Prospero House

241 Borough High Street

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SE1 1GA

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The Trust in Journalism Conference is a unique one-day event anbout what the future of independent news looks like, how the sector is innovating for the future, and what it needs in order to thrive.

Following a successful inaugural event in 2018, the Trust in Journalism Conference returns to London in November 2019.

The theme

This year's theme is 'The World of Independent Publishing' and we will address some of the key issues around the independent publishing sector today, including how the audience has been transformed and is taking on an increasingly active role, trust becoming a central part of the equation, and how independent journalism can support democratic engagement.

The programme and speakers

We will also meet the journalists and industry leaders working on some of today's most exciting independent news initiatives in the UK, Europe and America. Speakers include: Polly Curtis (Editor and Partner at Tortoise), Olaf Steenfadt (Project Director at Reporters Without Borders), Megan Lucero (Director of Bureau Local), Stephen Khan (Global Editor of The Conversation), Adam Cantwell-Corn (co-founder of Bristol Cable), Vivian Schiller (Head of Civil Foundation). See all confirmed speakers and their bios on our website.

Visit www.trustinjournalism.co.uk for up to date information about speakers and programme!

Each ticket includes... A networking breakfast, lunch, drinks reception in the afternoon, and materials.

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Prospero House

241 Borough High Street

London

SE1 1GA

United Kingdom

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