Is “Fake News” was damaging the art of journalism? The topic was one of many that was discussed during the UNITY Journalists Diversity Caucus held in Washington D.C. at the National Association of Broadcasters Headquarters.
UNITY hosted a timely conversation:”Is fake news pushing diversity off the agenda?”, with 60 fellow journalism leaders and innovators. UNITY convened its fourth annual Diversity Caucus on April 7 at the National Association of Broadcasters (NAB) headquarters in Washington, D.C.
To expand upon the accepted dictionary definition of diversity, journalists from across the country descended upon the nation’s capital to discuss what diversity means for the future of the news industry.
June 17 meeting at American University in Washington, D.C. attracts leaders from more than than a dozen associations and journalism schools…
Earlier this month, more than sixty journalists, editors, and representatives from journalism organizations convened for the second UNITY: Journalists for Diversity’s “Diversity Caucus.” Participants discussed UNITY’s new direction and brainstormed on best practices for engaging more diversity in the newsroom.
UNITY: Journalists for Diversity has been faced with questions about how to move forward. The 50-plus journalists at the diversity caucus on March 14 all had something to say about UNITY’s role in bringing diversity to newsrooms — and it was all about having UNITY take on a larger part.
UNITY: Journalists for Diversity will welcome more than 50 journalism leaders March 14 to a Diversity Caucus in Washington, D.C.
The board discussed how to further the organization’s mission and has begun planning a caucus on diversity issues.