Fojo Media Institute - Journalistik och terrorism

Journalism in the Age of Terrorism

Courtney C Radsh, American journalist and author who currently is the advocacy director for the Committee to Protect Journalists (CPJ). She talks about Journalism in the Age of Terrorism.

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Journalistik i en värld med terror

–Oavsett om vi gillar det eller inte så kommer hot och terrorism att finnas kvar.
Med de orden inledde journalistprofessor Renaud de la Brosse konferensen Journalistik i en värld med terror.
Du kan se alla föreläsningar från den första dagen här
Bland det som forskarna talade om var hur terrorister använder sociala medier, hur Twitter användes vid attacken i Stockholm i april och hur globala medier rapporterar om terrorism.
Till sist pratade den turkiske chefredaktören Can Dündar, som tvingats i exil, om situationen i hemlandet.

Reactions and editorial dilemmas to truck attack in Stockholm City

Ulf Johansson, Head of News, SVT talks with Nina Hjelmgren from Fojo Media Institute about reactions and editorial dilemmas to the truck attack in Stockholm City at April 7.
SVT is the Swedish national public TV broadcaster.

So was Twitter used at the truck attack in Stockholm

Walid Al-Saqaf, media researcher talks about how Twitter was used at the truck attack in Stockholm City April 7 this year.
The study is done together with Christian Christensen, Professor of Journalism studies at Stockholm University.

More to read here.

The opening of the conference

The opening of the conference with Kersti Forsberg, Director of Fojo Media Institute and Professor Renaud de la Brosse, Linnaeus University. 

You can also read a longer version of the speech of Professor Renaud de la Brosse here.

What happens in Turkey?

Can Dündar is a Turkish journalist, author and former editor-in-chief in Cumhuriyet. He now lives in exil and talked to the conference about what happens in Turkey.
In May 2016 Can Dündar survived an assassination attempt witnessed by multiple reporters in front of the Istanbul courthouse. Later on the same day, he was sentenced to five years in prison on a charge of "revealing state secrets", but he is appealing against the verdict.
He had earlier served 92 days on a charge of carrying out "an act of terrorism", only to be released when the constitutional court declared that it was "an act of journalism". 
Can Dündar is the recipient of the International Press freedom Award 2016 from the Committee to Protect Journalists (CPJ).
Here you can watch a video from CPJ about Can Dündars work.

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