Global Media Ethics: An Interdisciplinary Conference
Brooklyn College and CUNY Graduate School of Journalism, March 15-16, 2013
This section provides video from the Global Media Ethics conference held at Brooklyn College in March 2013. It includes talks by authors of five of the chapters in Think/Point/Shoot: Media Ethics, Technology and Global Change: Jon Alpert, Christine Choy, Samir Chopra, Yoruba Richen, and Tami Gold.
The video is divided into six sessions:
Day One: March 15, 2013
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The question-and-answer sessions following the presentation are included for each section. We hope that, just as the presentations led to lively discussion at the conference itself, these videos will serve as a springboard for discussion and debate in your classrooms.
This conference was made possible by generous support from: Brooklyn College Office of the Dean of Visual, Media and Performing Arts; Brooklyn College Department of Film; Brooklyn College Department of Television and Radio; Center for the Study of World Television at Brooklyn College; CUNY Graduate School of Journalism; New York Women in Film & Television; and The Loreen Arbus Foundation.
The organizing committee included: Lynda Day, Annette Danto, (co-chair), Mobina Hashmi (co-chair), Lonnie Isabel (co-chair), John Jannone, Stuart MacLelland, Dorothy Rompalske, and Jessica Siegel.