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11th November, 2015

Living with a TV Regulator

Event Details

Date:
11th November, 2015
Time:
18.00
Venue:
City University London, Room A130, College Building, St John Street, London EC1V 4PB
Price:
Free to attend, please book a place

How can you broadcast brave investigative journalism when you have a statutory regulator? It would be most investigative newspaper journalists’ idea of a nightmare. So how bad are Dorothy Byrne’s dreams?

Dorothy Byrne is Head of News and Current Affairs at Channel 4 Television. She was formerly the Editor of Channel Four’s Dispatches and of ITV’s The Big Story.

Dorothy began her television career at Granada TV as a journalist on local news and became a producer on World In Action. She was made a Fellow of The Royal Television Society for her “outstanding contribution to television”.

This is the second of a series of talks from Ethical Journalism Network (EJN). EJN is a coalition of media professional groups aiming to strengthen the craft of journalism around the world.


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