Time: 08:30 - 10:00
FREE AND OPEN FOR ALL TO ATTEND
How do we build journalism that better reflects society, provides us with the information we need to participate and inspires trust?
The process starts by reflecting on where journalism’s gone wrong, and the questions we never stopped to ask. Drawing on his 25 years of experience in major newsrooms, Shirish Kulkarni, award-winning journalist, researcher, and community organizer, and also engaged in The Bureau of Investigative Journalism, will deliver the keynote at this breakfast meeting. From his research on news storytelling and his work as a community organizer, Shirish will outline the difficult questions we need to start addressing, and set out a framework from which we can build change.
You will meet:
- Shirish Kulkarni, award-winning journalist, researcher, and community organizer, and also engaged in The Bureau of Investigative Journalism.
- Mads Ommundsen from Fædrelandsvennen will present their award-winning story “Klasse 9C” that targets young readers.
- Frøy Gudbrandsen, Editor in Chief in BT, will discuss how BT works to reach “under-served” audiences.
- Shirish Kulkarni
- Frøy Gudbrandsen, Editor in Chief in BT.
- Astrid Gynnild, Professor of Media Studies and Head of the Journalism Research Group at the University of Bergen.
Closing debate moderated by Ingeborg Volan.