As technology, social media and other factors complicate the way people provide, digest, share and interpret news, journalistic integrity and objectivity are more important than ever.
Austin, TX (PRWEB) December 01, 2016
Shweiki Media Printing Company is excited to present a new webinar on objectivity in journalism and how social media, page views and Google are affecting it.
This webinar, exclusive to Shweiki, features expert insight from Gini Dietrich, founder and CEO of Arment Dietrich, a Chicago-based integrated marketing communications firm.
In this webinar, Dietrich sits down with a Shweiki spokesperson to discuss journalism and the way it's being affected by new media and technology. The two cover the following topics:
- Headlines as clickbait
- National newspaper coverage versus international newspaper coverage
- The filter bubble
- Social media's positive effects
- Monetization and whether it could work for newsworthy sites
- The future of journalism
- Journalists' changing roles
- And more
As technology, social media and other factors complicate the way people provide, digest, share and interpret news, journalistic integrity and objectivity are more important than ever. The webinar on this topic is available now on Shweiki's YouTube channel and on Shweiki.com
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