More and more journalists are making video, some of it longform. What can journalists learn from the experience of documentary filmmakers who courageously tell truth to power—even when they face personal danger, security threats to their data, smear campaigns, lawsuits, and unnervingly high insurance rates? Who can you turn to for support, advice, training? Panelists will share their stories, and comment on American University’s Center for Media & Social Impact report Dangerous Docs: Reducing Risk when Telling Truth to Power.
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— This session will have recorded audio
Carrie Lozano - Journalist and Independent Filmmaker,
carrielozano | http://america.aljazeera.com/profiles/l/carrie-lozano.html