“…As an officer of the Society, I hereby promise to uphold its ideals. I pledge myself to do all in my power, to perform faithfully the duties assigned to me, and to serve fellow journalists, whether of the Society or not.
Charlie Rose, co-host of “CBS This Morning” and host of PBS’ “Charlie Rose,” spent some time talking to EIJ News last night at his award reception. He is the 2016 recipient of RTDNA’s prestigious Paul White Award at this year’s EIJ Conference in New Orleans.
“Well, I hope that people will indulge their curiosity…they will dig beneath the surface, that they’ll ask tougher questions sometimes.” All eyes, ears and iPhones were on Marty Baron as he spoke about the film ‘Spotlight’ and the future of investigative journalism, at the Excellence In Journalism Convention in New Orleans on Sunday.
September 18th, 2016 • 2016: New Orleans
From bureaus to fellowships: The future of international journalism
While the financial landscape supporting international journalism has changed dramatically in recent decades, the necessity for global news has only grown stronger, said Farah Stockman, a New York Times reporter. Stockman, the winner of the 2016 Pulitzer Prize for commentary, urged aspiring and working journalists to embrace this new financial model of fellowships instead of foreign bureaus during a presentation she gave on international journalism Sunday at the Excellence in Journalism Conference in New Orleans.