September 29 Webinar: Dealing with fact-deniers: How journalists can engage meaningfully with people whose views contradict what we report

It’s part of the job of a journalist these days to demonstrate what makes our work credible. But what does that mean when we’re dealing with people who don’t agree on the basic facts we’re reporting? How should we respond (and when should we not bother responding)?

For journalists to serve democracy effectively, we need to understand and engage with people across a variety of world views.

Join Joy Mayer of Trusting News to talk about what that looks like specifically as we cover the 2022 election cycle — under the persistent shadow of misinformation around 2020 results.

This webinar is sponsored by the , Center for Cooperative Media, School of Communication and Media, Montclair State University.


WHEN:

  • Thursday, Sept. 29, 2022
  • Time: 2:30 – 3:30 p.m.

WHERE:

  • This session will be conducted via Zoom. The Zoom link will be provided on the Online Event Page once you RSVP. Register here.

Questions? Contact Stefanie Murray at murrayst@montclair.edu.

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