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Friday, October 11 • 8:30am - 10:00am
New Media Ethics

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Do new technologies and new approaches to storytelling mean it’s time for a new way of thinking about journalism ethics?  Participants will test their own assumptions about what is ethical and have an opportunity to contribute to a dialogue on media credibility in the digital era. The future of journalism will be considered as part of the sweeping changes underway in the media industries. Presenters: Dr. Keith Herndon, University of Georgia, and Dr. Danielle Williams, Georgia Gwinnett College.

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Keith Herndon, Ph.D.

Visiting Professor, Journalsim, University of Georgia
Keith Herndon, Ph.D., is a visiting professor of journalism at the University of Georgia's Grady College and president of Internet Decisions, LLC. He was a founding executive of Cox Enterprises' Internet division, serving as a vice president of operations and product development.  His media career began as a business reporter and editor at The Atlanta Journal-Constitution. Herndon’s doctorate in Media and Information is from Australia's Curtin... Read More →
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Danielle Williams, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor, Film, School of Liberal Arts at Georgia Gwinnett College
Danielle E. Williams, Ph.D., is an assistant professor of film in the School of Liberal Arts at Georgia Gwinnett College. While completing her doctorate in Communication at Georgia State University, Williams worked in the Department of Communication at Kennesaw State University teaching communication research methods and media studies courses.  She has also worked as researcher on projects for Internet Decisions, LLC, and the Georgia... Read More →

Friday October 11, 2013 8:30am - 10:00am
B - Lobby (in room with Registration) Atlantic Station, 201 17th Street, Atlanta, GA, 30363

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