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Latest podcast episodes about Media ethics

Minnesota Now
Understanding the lawsuit at the center of the Hamline controversy

Minnesota Now

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 18, 2023 8:07


The saga over academic freedom at St. Paul's Hamline University continues with the professor at the center filing suit against the school. Professor Erika Lopez Prater announced yesterday she's suing Hamline for defamation and religious discrimination. To help us understand the lawsuit, Cathy Wurzer talked with Jane Kirtley, the Silha Professor of Media Ethics and Law at the University of Minnesota's Hubbard School of Journalism.

Surviving the Survivor
Moscow Murders Six Weeks Later, Still No Suspect | E106

Surviving the Survivor

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 20, 2022 58:53


EPISODE 106: #STSNation, 37 days since 4 young University of Idaho students were murdered in their off campus home. Here to breakdown the very latest: Dr. Alfred S. Titus, Jr. is a retired veteran of the New York City Police Department. He served over 23 years with NYPD and retired after serving 13+ years with the distinguished Homicide Squad and as an active-member of NYPD's prestigious and world renowned Hostage Negotiation Team. Dr. Titus investigated 500 Homicides.We also have Steven Smith, Clinical Associate Professor Emeritus at University of Idaho. Steve is a veteran news professional who last served as editor of The Spokesman-Review, the daily newspaper in Spokane, Wash. In a 38-year professional career, he was editor of papers in Salem, Ore., and Colorado Springs, Colo. Steve teaches Media and Society, and Media Ethics.Let us never forget those young lives lost way too soon: Madison Mogen, 21, Kaylee Goncalves, 21, Xana Kernodle, 20, and Ethan Chapin, 20. #IdahoStudentMurders #TrueCrime #Idaho4 #IdahoStudentsTrueCrime #IdahoLatest #IdahoToday #MoscowMurders #TrueCrime For Ad-Free & BTS Content ...Support the show ❤️https://www.patreon.com/survivingthesurvivor

John Williams
What is Elon Musk's ultimate goal with Twitter?

John Williams

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2022


Professor Jane Kirtley, Director, Silha Center for the Study of Media Ethics and Law at the University of Minnesota, joins John Williams to talk about Elon Musk restoring former President Trump’s Twitter account, Twitter’s Trust and Safety Council, why news organizations should be wary of using Twitter, what we should know about the social media company […]

WGN - The John Williams Full Show Podcast
What is Elon Musk's ultimate goal with Twitter?

WGN - The John Williams Full Show Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2022


Professor Jane Kirtley, Director, Silha Center for the Study of Media Ethics and Law at the University of Minnesota, joins John Williams to talk about Elon Musk restoring former President Trump’s Twitter account, Twitter’s Trust and Safety Council, why news organizations should be wary of using Twitter, what we should know about the social media company […]

WGN - The John Williams Uncut Podcast
What is Elon Musk's ultimate goal with Twitter?

WGN - The John Williams Uncut Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2022


Professor Jane Kirtley, Director, Silha Center for the Study of Media Ethics and Law at the University of Minnesota, joins John Williams to talk about Elon Musk restoring former President Trump’s Twitter account, Twitter’s Trust and Safety Council, why news organizations should be wary of using Twitter, what we should know about the social media company […]

Roy Green Show
Nov 19: Prof Jane Kirtley. Trump Declares Intent to Run for Presidency Again

Roy Green Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 19, 2022 6:22


Donald Trump declares his intent to seek GOP nomination and another run at the White House. Some of Trump's previous backers like Rupert Murdoch have turned their backs to him now and much is going to be reported on the former President. - In Canada, politics also increasingly polarized. People complain about perceived biased news reporting. So what is media's ethical responsibility in reporting on Trump, on Biden, on Trudeau, on Poilievre, etc. over the next 2-3 years as we head toward national elections in both countries? Guest: Professor Jane Kirtley. Silha Professor of Media Ethics and the Law at the School of Media and Mass Communication, University of Minnesota. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Making Peace Visible
Peace Journalism: at least don't make matters worse

Making Peace Visible

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2022 33:53


On Making Peace Visible, we cover national peace processes like the one unfolding in Colombia. But we also interview journalists who've made their careers covering violent conflict. So what's the connecting thread? This episode gets at that question– looking through the lens of the practice of Peace Journalism.Guest Steven Youngblood is a professor of communications and peace studies at Park University in Parkville, Missouri, and the founding director of the Center for Global Peace Journalism there. He has organized and taught peace journalism seminars, and workshops in over 30 countries and territories. Steven is the editor of The Peace Journalist magazine, and an advisor to the initiative behind this podcast - the War Stories Peace Stories Project. Learn more:Side-by-side comparisons of traditional journalism and Peace JournalismPeace Journalism definitions, characteristics, and guidelinesPeace Journalist MagazineMaking Peace Visible is a project of War Stories Peace Stories. Our mission is to bring journalists and peacebuilders together to re-imagine the way the news media covers peace and conflict, and to facilitate expanded coverage of global peace and reconciliation efforts. Join the conversation on Twitter: @warstoriespeace.Making Peace Visible is hosted by Jamil Simon, and produced by Andrea Muraskin. 

Mediawatch
Who are New Zealand's journalists today?

Mediawatch

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 6, 2022 25:38


Journalists have long suffered the scorn of the public, rating as poorly as the politicians they report on – and used car sellers – when it comes to trustworthiness. But what New Zealand journalists are actually like is rarely examined. Mediawatch looks at the findings from the biggest-ever survey of our media people.

RNZ: Mediawatch
Who are New Zealand's journalists today?

RNZ: Mediawatch

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 6, 2022 25:38


Journalists have long suffered the scorn of the public, rating as poorly as the politicians they report on – and used car sellers – when it comes to trustworthiness. But what New Zealand journalists are actually like is rarely examined. Mediawatch looks at the findings from the biggest-ever survey of our media people.

John Williams
How will Elon Musk change Twitter?

John Williams

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2022


Professor Jane Kirtley, Director, Silha Center for the Study of Media Ethics and Law at the University of Minnesota, joins John Williams to talk about Elon Musk’s Twitter takeover and what it means for the social media company and its millions of users.

WGN - The John Williams Full Show Podcast
How will Elon Musk change Twitter?

WGN - The John Williams Full Show Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2022


Professor Jane Kirtley, Director, Silha Center for the Study of Media Ethics and Law at the University of Minnesota, joins John Williams to talk about Elon Musk’s Twitter takeover and what it means for the social media company and its millions of users.

WGN - The John Williams Uncut Podcast
How will Elon Musk change Twitter?

WGN - The John Williams Uncut Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2022


Professor Jane Kirtley, Director, Silha Center for the Study of Media Ethics and Law at the University of Minnesota, joins John Williams to talk about Elon Musk’s Twitter takeover and what it means for the social media company and its millions of users.

Bible Jazz
News Media, Ethics, & Christian Life (with Yvette Walker)

Bible Jazz

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2022 42:06


Yvette has worked in media for most of her career. Currently, she is Assistant Dean at Gaylord College at the University of Oklahoma. She is on the board of the Society of Professional Journalists, and is in the Oklahoma Journalism Hall of Fame this Fall. She is also the host of the Positively Joy podcast and a NEW show called Journalists Advancing Ministry. Check out all her resources at: https://positivelyjoy.com/ Be in touch! Email: uppcbiblejazz@gmail.com Instagram: @biblejazz Subscribe to Bible Jazz on Apple! https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/uppc-podcast/id1450663729?mt=2 Follow on Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/2YLbRFDsJbqGEAkMuJ1E5M Listen on Stitcher: https://www.stitcher.com/podcast/university-place-presbyterian-church/bible-jazz?refid=stpr Google Play: https://play.google.com/music/listen?u=0#/ps/Izwv3a4pnmvqy54czy3tew5x5fy And at www.UPPC.org Music: Modern Jazz Samba by Kevin MacLeod Link: https://incompetech.filmmusic.io/song/4063-modern-jazz-samba License: https://filmmusic.io/standard-license Honey Bee by Kevin MacLeod Link: https://incompetech.com/music/royalty-free/index.html?isrc=USUAN1100755&Search=Search License: https://filmmusic.io/standard-license Avant Jazz by Kevin MacLeod Link: https://incompetech.filmmusic.io/song/3395-avant-jazz License: https://filmmusic.io/standard-license

Badass BABES of Entertainment
Badass Babes Interview with Joshua Lastine | E19

Badass BABES of Entertainment

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2022 31:36


Welcome to the Badass Babes of Entertainment! On our nineteenth episode of season 2, we chat with Joshua R. Lastine, Esq. Entertainment Business and Transactional Attorney is Founder and Managing Partner at Lastine Entertainment Law LLP. The former Lionsgate and ViacomCBS attorney launched his firm, Lastine Impressions, in 2021. As an entertainment lawyer, Joshua R. Lastine protects the artistry and livelihood of actors, production companies, writers, producers, directors, animators, social media influencers, and podcasters. A strategic negotiator, a fierce advocate for talent, and a practical problem solver, Lastine strengthens his counsel with an indelible passion for show business, its players, and creators. Lastine understands how to structure and close the deals shaping the future of the entertainment industry. Recent examples include critically acclaimed streaming series, musicians' NFTs, and mixed-reality productions in the Metaverse.Joshua Lastine finds new opportunities in Hollywood. He is a seasoned professor at the renowned Los Angeles Film School. He joined the school in February 2019 and teaches various Entertainment Business courses—including “Entertainment Business Law 101” and “Entertainment Business and Media Ethics.”Lastine negotiated such notable breakthroughs as the first full-frontal, transgender nudity rider for television (“Transparent”), working through sensitivities with talent, agents, intimacy coordinators, and studio executives. He also negotiated the deals for the first all-female writers' room (“I Love Dick”) on behalf of the Studio. Lastine's experience in Studio business and legal affairs includes positions with ViacomCBS, Lions Gate, Marvel Studios, Starz, Discovery Studios, and Creative Artists Agency. He began his career as a legal intern on American Idol.In his representations, Lastine structures, negotiates, and drafts contracts and paperwork on behalf of entertainment talent clientele, including rights acquisitions, development/production deals, branding/commercial advertising deals, talent deals, and other contracts for new media, social media, and the Internet 3.0. From $100M+ Netflix series to $30K YouTube branding, endorsement and commercial deals, his production legal and talent transactions have spanned a wide breadth of media and projects. Lastine also represents several animation studios (Baobab, Wattpad Webtoons, Rooster Teeth Animation), and celebrity/influencer talent (Dedee Pfeiffer, Andrew Walker, and Kensington Tallman).ABOUT THE PODCAST: Brenda Fisher and Meghan Ketz of Badass Babes of Entertainment bring you all the guest interviews, casting tips, and industry news in one captivating podcast. Brought to you this week by Roasted Luxury and Rogue Matter - Download the app  ►Join the Movement.Sponsored by: https://roastedluxury.com/  Promo Code BABES15 for a discount on your entire order!▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬Listen to the podcast in audio form on every major podcasting app.▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬Spotify ► https://open.spotify.com/show/2VRABRKopxehGDfiymXFwOApple ► https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/badass-babes-of-entertainment/id1547723790Google Podcasts ► https://tinyurl.com/4s3v9zksiHeart ► https://iheart.com/podcast/98566932⇩ Follow the Rogue Matter network ⇩Website ► https://www.roguematter.com/Twitter ► https://twitter.com/rogue_matterFacebook ► https://www.facebook.com/weareroguematterSoundcloud ► https://soundcloud.com/roguematterYouTube ► https://youtube.com/roguematter Twitch ► https://twitch.tv/weareroguematterCatch up with our guest on his social media channels: https://www.linkedin.com/in/joshua-r-lastine-b3632b42/https://www.facebook.com/losangelesfilmschoolhttps://www.instagram.com/losangelesfilmschool/https://twitter.com/lafilmschool


Roy Green Show
Prof Jane Kirtley. Trump Raid. Political Lines Deepening?

Roy Green Show

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 13, 2022 8:01


Has the Donald Trump investigation, the FBI search of Trump's Mar-a-Lago estate and the release of the Mar-a-Lago search warrant deepened political battle lines in not only Washington, but also individual states, now reaching crisis levels? Media organizations (U.S. cable news) attacking each other and taking positions on Donald Trump, the Democrat and Republican parties.  Guest: Professor Jane Kirtley. Silha Professor of Media Ethics and Law, University of Minnesota. Co-author, Media Ethics Today.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Roy Green Show
Roy Green Show Podcast, August, 13: Political Lines Deepening? – RCMP spyware. – Privacy Concerns over RCMP Spyware. - FBI search of Trump's Mar-a-Lago estate

Roy Green Show

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 13, 2022 33:39


Today's podcast: The FBI raid on the Mar-a-Lago home of Donald Trump. View of veteran FBI agent and lawyer. Why did it take 18 months for the U.S. Attorney General to sign a search warrant for Trump's home? Guest: John Iannelli. FBI agent for 20 years. SWAT team member, participated in investigations of Oklahoma City bombing, 9/11 attack. Assistant special agent in Charge of overseeing all Criminal, Cyber and Counterintelligence Investigations. Also a lawyer. . BOOK: Why Teens Fail and What to Fix. and Disorderly Conduct. Privacy concerns over RCMP years-long, non-publiclydisclosed use of intrusive spyware in major investigations. Canadian Civil Liberties Assocation declares this "a pattern pointing to a crisis of accountability." (Also: CCLA reaction to this week's news about documents presented to the Federal Court concerning Trudeau government's invocation of the Emergencies Act.) Guest: Brenda McPhail. Director of Privacy Technology and Surveillance Program for the Canadian Civil Liberties Association. More on privacy concerns over RCMP use of intrusive spyware  Guest: David Fraser. One of Canada's premier nternet privacy law experts. Founder of Canadian Privacy Law Blog. Partner at McInnes Cooper, Halifax Has the Donald Trump investigation, the FBI search of Trump's Mar-a-Lago estate and the release of the Mar-a-Lago search warrant deepened political battle lines in not only Washington, but also individual states, now reaching crisis levels? Media organizations (U.S. cable news) attacking each other and taking positions on Donald Trump, the Democrat and Republican parties. Guest: Professor Jane Kirtley. Silha Professor of Media Ethics and Law, University of Minnesota. Co-author, Media Ethics Today. --------------------------------------------- Host/Content Producer – Roy Green Technical/Podcast Producer – Tom McKay Podcast Co-Producer – Matt Taylor If you enjoyed the podcast, tell a friend! For more of the Roy Green Show, subscribe to the podcast! https://globalnews.ca/roygreen/ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Psychology In Seattle Podcast
Social Media Ethics (2019 Rerun)

Psychology In Seattle Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 2, 2022 12:14


[Rerun] Dr. Kirk Honda provides a 4-hour training on the ethics of using social media. The full episode is available to patrons of the podcast.Become a patron: https://www.patreon.com/PsychologyInSeattleEmail: https://www.psychologyinseattle.com/contactMerch: https://teespring.com/stores/psychology-in-seattleCameo: https://www.cameo.com/kirkhondaInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/psychologyinseattle/Discord: https://discord.gg/6QR4sE8x9KReddit (run by fans): https://www.reddit.com/r/PsychologyInSeattle/Twitter: https://twitter.com/PsychInSeattleFacebook Official Page: https://www.facebook.com/PsychologyInSeattle/Facebook Fan Page (run by fans): https://www.facebook.com/groups/112633189213033TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@kirk.hondaThe Psychology In Seattle Podcast ®Trigger Warning: This episode may include topics such as assault, trauma, and discrimination. If necessary, listeners are encouraged to refrain from listening and care for their safety and well-being.Disclaimer: The content provided is for educational, informational, and entertainment purposes only. Nothing here constitutes personal or professional consultation, therapy, diagnosis, or creates a counselor-client relationship. Topics discussed may generate differing points of view. If you participate (by being a guest, submitting a question, or commenting) you must do so with the knowledge that we cannot control reactions or responses from others, which may not agree with you or feel unfair. Your participation on this site is at your own risk, accepting full responsibility for any liability or harm that may result. Anything you write here may be used for discussion or endorsement of the podcast. Opinions and views expressed by the host and guest hosts are personal views. Although, we take precautions and fact check, they should not be considered facts and the opinions may change. Opinions posted by participants (such as comments) are not those of the hosts. Readers should not rely on any information found here and should perform due diligence before taking any action. For a more extensive description of factors for you to consider, please see www.psychologyinseattle.com

The Meaningful Media Podcast
Cannes Lions 2022 Special: The power of media ethics to keep democracy in the light

The Meaningful Media Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 30, 2022 40:56


☀️ Cannes Lions ‘In Real Life' returned in 2022!! And The Meaningful Media Podcast headed to La Croisette to talk about meaningful media experiences and the media that matters! Recorded to a live audience at the gorgeous and sustainable #HavasCafe, this is the third of three special Cannes episodes of The Meaningful Media Podcast. From reporting on climate change to fighting disinformation, a key element of the sustainable media ecosystem is promoting high-quality media and journalism. With the ongoing crisis in Ukraine making accurate and timely media a global imperative, journalism is at an inflection point and “democracy dies in darkness” conversations are ever-present. Tune in to listen to this exploratory conversation between host Ben Downing, Global Managing Director, Ethical Media & Strategic Partnerships, Havas Media Group and special guests Jesse Angelo, President of Global News & Entertainment, Vice Media Group, David Buttle, Global Director, Policy, Platforms & Commercial Marketing, Financial Times and Sasha Vakulina, Business Editor, Euronews as together they examine the challenges of safeguarding ethical journalism in an era of hyperpolarization, and the role advertising plays supporting ethical media. Listen, like, subscribe and share! #meaningfulmedia #TheMeaningfulMediaPodcast #CannesLions2022 #HavasCafe ⭐ We'd love to hear your thoughts about meaningful media. Drop us a line! podcast@havasmg.com. Connect with us on our socials! ⭐ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/HavasMediaGroup/ ⭐ Instagram: havas_media_group ⭐ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/havas-media ⭐ Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/HavasMediaGroup Our GDPR privacy policy was updated on August 8, 2022. Visit acast.com/privacy for more information.

Alan Carter
What role has the media played in Ontario's provincial election campaign?

Alan Carter

Play Episode Listen Later May 31, 2022 7:54


Alan speaks with Jeffrey Dvorkin, Lecturer on Media Ethics and Former Director of the Journalism Program at the University of Toronto's Scarborough campus. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Spectrum | Deutsche Welle
Is it OK to watch war videos?

Spectrum | Deutsche Welle

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 23, 2022 21:22


When war footage lands in your feed, does watching it "sensitize" you to the conflict? Or is it just needless trauma?

Physiotutors Podcast
Episode 038: Nutrition & Social Media ethics in Physiotherapy

Physiotutors Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 5, 2022 66:08


This month we're speaking to Ben Steele-Turner (@PhysiUtrition). Ben is a Physiotherapist with a Msc in nutrition having spoken on the topic in conferences and a lecturer in musculoskeletal health. Next to that he's also a personal trainer and previously competed in body building fitness competitions - he stays busy! We spoke about the importance of nutrition, what counts in your micro's and macro's when you're talking about injury rehabilitation and just how particular one needs to be about their intake! In addition we discuss ethics in the world of social media and how we as healthcare professionals can help to lift the profession

The Guy Gordon Show
Lee Wilkins ~ The Guy Gordon Show

The Guy Gordon Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 31, 2022 10:29


January 31, 2022 ~ Lee Wilkins, Professor Emeritus of Journalism at the University of Missouri & Wayne State University & author of “Entertaining Ethics: Lessons in Media Ethics from Popular Culture," talks with Guy Gordon about Joe Rogan's agreement with Spotify over his podcast.

The Guy Gordon Show
The Guy Gordon Show ~ January 31, 2022

The Guy Gordon Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 31, 2022 65:25


January 31, 2022 ~ Full Show. Professor Lee Wilkins, Author of "Entertaining Ethics: Lessons in Media Ethics from Popular Culture" on Joe Rogan and podcasts, what standard are they held to? State Rep. Jack O'Malley on how the Federal Highway Administration is prioritizing infrastructure projects. Senior News Analyst Marie Osborne on how Wayne County Community College is addressing the trucker shortage. Sean Baligian recaps Championship Sunday and previews The Big Game and Senior News Analyst Lloyd Jackson sat down with Kwame Kilpatrick over the weekend.

Firewalls Don't Stop Dragons Podcast
The State of Kids’ Privacy

Firewalls Don't Stop Dragons Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 3, 2022 72:31


Navigating the online world today is hard enough as an adult. But it's way worse for kids. Not only are they short on life experiences that would give them the context they need, but as students during a pandemic, their privacy rights are being sorely tested by new "edtech" apps and services. Today I speak with Jill Bronfman from Common Sense Media about their new report on the state of privacy for kids. Their research is quite comprehensive - and (spoiler alert) the results aren't great. Obviously, this report is helpful for parents, educators and policy makers - but much of what's covered here is useful knowledge for anyone. Jill Bronfman is Privacy Counsel at Common Sense Media, teaches Media Ethics and Privacy Law. Further Info 2021 State of Kid's Privacy: https://www.commonsensemedia.org/research/state-of-kids-privacy-2021 Common Sense Media: https://www.commonsensemedia.org/ Common Sense Privacy Program: https://privacy.commonsense.org/Boston COVID in the waste water: https://www.msn.com/en-us/weather/topstories/how-fast-is-covid-surging-in-boston-this-chart-shows-the-spike-after-christmas/ar-AAShL4P Subscribe to the newsletter: https://firewallsdontstopdragons.com/newsletter/new-newsletter/Become a Patron! https://www.patreon.com/FirewallsDontStopDragons Would you like me to speak to your group about security and/privacy? http://bit.ly/Firewalls-SpeakerGenerate secure passphrases! https://d20key.com/#/

UCL Uncovering Politics
Online Public Shaming: Social Media, Ethics and Punishment

UCL Uncovering Politics

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 9, 2021 37:11


Today we're looking at a brand new article, Against Online Public Shaming: Ethical Problems with Mass Social Media, by Guy Aitchison (Loughborough University) and Dr Saladin Meckled-Garcia (UCL). Online Public Shaming (OPS) is a form of norm enforcement that involves collectively imposing reputational costs on a person for having a certain kind of moral character. OPS actions aim to disqualify her from public discussion and certain normal human relations. In the article, the authors argue that this constitutes an informal collective punishment that it is presumptively wrong to impose (or seek to impose) on others. OPS functions as a form of ostracism that fails to show equal basic respect to its targets. Additionally, in seeking to mobilise unconstrained collective power with potentially serious punitive consequences, OPS is incompatible with due process values.In this episode, host Professor Jennifer Hudson is joined by Saladin, Associate Professor of Human Rights and Political Theory here in the Department of Political Science to explore online public shaming, its consequences, the ethics, and more.

39A Podcast
Media Ethics and Crime Reporting

39A Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 8, 2021 43:42


In this episode of the P39A Blog podcast, Dr. Amrita Ibrahim, Dhanya Rajendran and Hartosh Singh Bal discuss the institutional incentives and assumptions that inform the creation of a media 'crime story'. The conversation explores the lens that the media adopts in reporting crime, and the perspectives it leaves out, and highlights possible paths towards a more sensitised and ethical coverage of criminality.

The Paul & Jordana Show
Should Chris Cuomo get fired?

The Paul & Jordana Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2021 9:30


Jane Kirtley Professor Silha Center of of Media Ethics and Law at the U of M talked about the drama in the Cuomo family.  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Recorded Future - Inside Threat Intelligence for Cyber Security
234 Deepfakes and Synthetic Media Ethics Explained

Recorded Future - Inside Threat Intelligence for Cyber Security

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2021 22:17


Deepfakes and other synthetic media have been grabbing headlines recently for a spectrum of reasons, from unauthorized celebrity pornography to comedy memes and even alleged fraud cheating companies out of hundreds of thousands of dollars. It's a rapidly evolving technology that, like most technological innovations, can be used for good or evil. Henry Ajder is head of policy and partnerships at Metaphysic, an organization at the cutting edge of synthetic media. He joins us to help make sense of synthetic media, and why as security professionals we need to stay vigilant about the pros and cons of the technology.

Inside Security Intelligence
234 Deepfakes and Synthetic Media Ethics Explained

Inside Security Intelligence

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2021 21:32


Deepfakes and other synthetic media have been grabbing headlines recently for a spectrum of reasons, from unauthorized celebrity pornography to comedy memes and even alleged fraud cheating companies out of hundreds of thousands of dollars. It's a rapidly evolving technology that, like most technological innovations, can be used for good or evil. Henry Ajder is head of policy and partnerships at Metaphysic, an organization at the cutting edge of synthetic media. He joins us to help make sense of synthetic media, and why as security professionals we need to stay vigilant about the pros and cons of the technology.

Roy Green Show
U of Minn media ethics/law professor Jane Kirtley. Rittenhouse trial

Roy Green Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 14, 2021 7:19


See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Mediawatch
All journalists are climate reporters now

Mediawatch

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 13, 2021 14:53


The climate talks in Glasgow are the big global story right now - but it doesn't always feel like it in our news. A climate change reporter tells Mediawatch every journalist should now be one too - and the lack of focus on this is a worry.

RNZ: Mediawatch
All journalists are climate reporters now

RNZ: Mediawatch

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 13, 2021 14:53


The climate talks in Glasgow are the big global story right now - but it doesn't always feel like it in our news. A climate change reporter tells Mediawatch every journalist should now be one too - and the lack of focus on this is a worry.

History Factory Plugged In
Ep. 37: Social Media Ethics with Stephen J.A. Ward

History Factory Plugged In

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2021 35:24


“History Factory Plugged In” is back with a new season, kicking off with an interview with Stephen J.A. Ward, Ph.D., author, professor and internationally recognized media ethicist. In the wake of various scandals and a name change from the company formerly known as Facebook, we discuss the current media landscape, how we got here and his prescriptions for a brighter future. Company history comes alive with “History Factory Plugged In.” We explore the rich heritage of major organizations in this thought-provoking podcast. If you have questions, comments or ideas to share, please email us at pluggedin@historyfactory.com.

Racial Reckoning: The Arc of Justice
Upcoming Police Trials: Who Gets to See?

Racial Reckoning: The Arc of Justice

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 8, 2021 1:59


Two former Minneapolis police officers charged in the death of George Floyd are opposing the broadcast of their upcoming trial. The defense will officially make that request in court on Thursday. Feven Gerezgiher reports.  --This is Feven Gerezgiher.Two of the three former Minneapolis police officers charged in the death of George Floyd are opposing the broadcast of their upcoming trial. The defense will officially make that request in court on Thursday.In late August, J. Alexander Keung and Thomas Lane withdrew consent for audio and visual coverage. In their briefs, their lawyers wrote that expert witnesses declined to testify due to the televised proceedings, depriving Keung and Lane of a fair trial.Jane Kirtley is the Silha Professor for Media Ethics and Law at the University of Minnesota. She says the Derek Chauvin trial ran smoothly, proving wrong many of the initial arguments against allowing cameras in courts. Kirtley also says access to the courts is important for building public trust. And it's a first amendment right for journalists.“This is particularly important when government officials, including police are involved,” she said. “It gives the public confidence that the system is operating correctly. It lets them see for themselves what transpires and it lets them decide for themselves whether they think the outcome is right or not. We all have a stake in criminal trials being run properly and injustice being done. And if we can't see it, we can't be sure that that has happened.” Last week, the state of Minnesota and a 16-member media coalition - including the Silha Center - filed memoranda supporting audio and visual coverage in the trial. They said that due to continued COVID concerns, televised proceedings are the best way to ensure meaningful public access. The state's briefs also emphasized that video access to the Chauvin trial provided a “community therapeutic value”.The Media Coalition is also seeking to have Chauvin juror names publicized. “We're supposed to be tried by jury of our peers,” Kirtley said. “ And that means people of our community that are known to us are known to the community as well.”Kirtley says it would be better if the identity of jurors were assumed to be public, and defendants had to prove why they shouldn't be. She said the court's interest should be public access, and only in extraordinary situations should any part of a criminal trial be closed to the media and to the public.Minnesota hasn't typically allowed cameras in court. After the Chauvin trial, the Supreme Court said it would review what was learned from the pandemic,  and consider modifying and expanding audio and visual coverage of criminal cases. A report is expected next summer.For the Racial Reckoning project, this is Feven Gerezgiher.

Eyes on Asia
A lonely, independent voice on Camboida's news media ethics panel

Eyes on Asia

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 6, 2021 32:27


The authoritarian Cambodian government is forming a commission to monitor a segment of the population that already have their backs against the wall -- journalists. Eyes on Asia speaks to Nop Vy, the executive director of CamboJA, a journalists' network. He will be a lone independent voice on this commission that is intended to scrutinize ethical standards in journalism but is stacked with government officials. And Rita Cheng of RFA's Mandarin Service speaks about the new Chinese ambassador to Washington. Could Qin Gang's appointment turn a new page in the fraught relationship between China and the United States? Featuring RFA journalists Paul Eckert and Mat Pennington.

Mediawatch
Government and media get on same page for terrorism

Mediawatch

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 24, 2021 6:20


A group representing our major news media have agreed a set of principles for reporting terrorism and “national security events." It's a response to fears extremists could use the media for their own ends and that disclosures during an emergency could put lives in danger - especially when information is unverified. But does giving ground on this mean the media surrender their right to publish in the public interest?

Mediawatch
Media can make and break leadership in volatile times

Mediawatch

Play Episode Listen Later May 23, 2021 24:43


A new analysis finds media coverage is more important than ever after Covid in shaping our perception of leaders' success, trustworthiness  and transparency (or a perceived lack of them). But - as we hear so often these days - trust in the media themselves is falling fast.  So how does that work?

Mediawatch
We've got trust issues - with news

Mediawatch

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 28, 2021 36:55


New research shows New Zealanders' trust in the news media slipping, even when it comes to the news they choose themselves. That's obviously a bad news story for our media - but what can they really learn from asking us what we think?

Roy Green Show
Media Ethics and Law professor Jane Kirtley on the accusations of liberal bias in MSM

Roy Green Show

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 17, 2021 6:23


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Babbles with Besties
MAFS, Misogyny and Media Ethics

Babbles with Besties

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 11, 2021 30:59


Hey babblers! In today's episode, you're stuck with me. And yes I know the show is called Babbles with BESTIES, but aren't we all really our own best friend...? Am I right? Anyone? You may not know this about me, but I am a reality TV junkie. It's my guilty pleasure that I'm not even guilty about. And for us reality TV addicts, Married at First Sight has been the talk of the town. We're coming to the pointy end of season 8 with the final vows airing tonight!! In light of this as well as being a media and gender student myself, I wanted to unpack some of the toxic masculinity we've had the pleasure of gracing our screens. In this episode I look into Bryce's behaviour and it's connection to narcissistic personality traits. I also discuss a number of editing hacks used by reality TV producers to increase drama and whether that holds up against the "bad edit" excuse used by TV villains. I then shift gears to the Booka and Brett letter incident which illuminates an important conversation around covert misogyny and women being described as "too much". I also take a critical look at these so called "experts" and what kind of problematic messages they are communicating to audiences. Finally I venture into media ethics and whether the TV network should be held accountable for showcasing such emotionally manipulative relationships as entertainment. This is an independent podcast created by Madison Lunz. The best way to support Babbles with Besties is by subscribing and leaving a review and 5 star rating (pretty please x) To stay up to date be sure to also follow this podcast on Instagram @babbleswithbesties References: https://www.elle.com.au/culture/mafs-booka-intense-24927 https://thewash.online/reality-check/married-at-first-sight/mafs-bryce-gaslighting-backlash/ https://www.nowtolove.co.nz/celebrity/mafs/mafs-dr-trisha-stratford-quits-show-44932 https://www.change.org/p/tv-viewers-make-the-nine-network-apologise-for-failing-duty-of-care-bryce-and-melissa-mafs?recruiter=254708576&recruited_by_id=51ab9220-cafe-11e4-9261-3b090124487d Disclaimer: Opinions are my own

Roy Green Show
Fmr GSK CEO Paul Lucas. Vaccines. From beginning to Cdn arms, U of MN Prof of media ethics Jane Kirtley. Chauvin trial, Lawyer Ian Cooper. Clients may sue ON for vaccine delay, $ impact of Apr 1 carbon tax on your wallet. Dan McTeague.

Roy Green Show

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 3, 2021 42:16


Mediawatch
‘Trashy' TV report from Australia “an error”

Mediawatch

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 27, 2021 3:28


A news report showing restrained 501-ers being herded onto a repatriation flight while being harassed by an Aussie TV reporter raised hackles here because an Australian minister called it “taking out the trash.”  But how did this heartless report get made in the first place? 

The RunOut Podcast
RunOut #54: Climbing Media Ethics

The RunOut Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 22, 2021 73:09


Become a RunOut Rope Gun! Support our podcast and increase your RunOut runtime. Bonus episodes, AMA, and more will be available to our Rope Guns. Thank you for your support! http://patreon.com/runoutpodcastContact us Send ideas, voicemail, feedback and more. andrew@runoutpodcast.com // chris@runoutpodcast.com

The Philosophy of Now
Samuel Freedman: Media Literacy and Awareness NOW

The Philosophy of Now

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 16, 2021 46:44


Samuel Freedman, a former Pulitzer Prize finalist and New York Times writer for the On Religion column, speaks to us about the modern news landscape and navigating through the clutter of fake news. The professor of Media Ethics at the Columbia University School of Journalism tells us about the role of news and transparent reporting during the current political turmoil and post-Election climate. He guides us in being conscious consumers of the media and tells us the true historical value of looking at both sides of a story to understand the reality we live in.

Mediawatch
Opposition potshots at the media messenger

Mediawatch

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2020 8:49


The National Party's AGM delivered mixed messages last weekend as the president claimed the media lined up against the party at election time - while former PM John Key said the poor performance  at the polls was the party's own fault.

Mediawatch
MPs on the way out strike back at media

Mediawatch

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2020 32:00


Politicians' conduct has sparked stacks of media condemnation lately amid a surge of scandals and sudden resignations. But two MPs quitting politics this past week took a swipe at the media on the way out for being part of the problem. 

Top of Mind with Julie Rose
Afghanistan Peace, Slave Songs, Plant Music

Top of Mind with Julie Rose

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 11, 2020 100:12


US Withdrawing Troops in Peace Deal With Afghanistan (0:30)Guest: Eric Jensen, JD, Professor of International Law, Brigham Young UniversityThe US this week began withdrawing troops from Afghanistan to fulfill its part of a peace deal signed with the Taliban on February 29. By the summer, America has committed to bringing home a third of its 13,000 current troops in Afghanistan. But what happens when America has left Afghanistan is still an open question. Fido or Foe? (22:56)Guest: Deni Elliott, Eleanor Poynter Jamison Chair in Media Ethics and Press Policy Department of Journalism and Digital Communication at USFEveryone's seen a Service Animal in action at some point or another. Maybe its task is more obvious, or maybe you're left wondering exactly what service they provide. Either way, these animals are clearly professionals and usually have vests to identify them. But what about the animals you're not so sure about? The yapping dog on the airplane or restaurant are sometimes allowed because they are emotional support animals.  More and more often, people are blurring the line between pet and service animal, leading to some big problems. The History and Influence of Slave Songs in America (33:51)Guest: Kathy Bullock, PhD, Professor of African American and African Music, Berea College For enslaved Africans, folk songs were more than just a way to entertain themselves or pass the time. Spirituals were a source of hope and a way to bond in the face of extreme adversity. They were also acts of rebellion, used to organize secret meetings on the Underground Railroad or just cast shade on their White slaveholders. Kathy Bullock is an expert in the roots of African American music and a professor at Berea College in Kentucky. She's also an incredible musician. Hunting Is on the Decline in America, Conservation and Wildlife Will Suffer (50:39)Guest: Samantha Pedder, Director of Operations, Council to Advance Hunting and the Shooting SportsFewer people are hunting in America these days, which you might think is a good thing for wildlife. But the irony is that for the last hundred years, fees from hunting licenses and taxes on hunting equipment have been the primary source of funding to wildlife protection and restoration. The need for funds to protect endangered species and restore waterways is growing, thanks to pollution, climate change and development, but revenue from hunting and fishing is declining. How to fill the gap? One way is to recruit a new generation of hunters, which is what the Council to Advance Hunting and the Shooting Sports is working on. What a Plant Song Sounds Like (1:06:09)Guest: Joe Patitucci – Founder of Data Garden, Creator of PlantWave Some people swear that playing music for houseplants helps them grow. What do you suppose a plant would sound like if it could join the music? A gadget called PlantWave is giving voice to the plant. Preserving the History of Ice Harvesting (1:28:36)Guest: Kenneth Lincoln, President of the Thompson Ice House Preservation CorporationOn a daily basis, I take the power of refrigeration for granted. My lunch stays fresh until I'm ready to eat it. That soda can I crack open to wash it down is perfectly chilled and stays cold in the glass thanks to plentiful ice from the freezer. Electric refrigeration put ice harvesting out of business a century ago – you used to need a big block of ice in a literal icebox to keep anything cool. But there's a small town in Maine keeping the tradition alive with an annual ice harvest on a local pond.

Roy Green Show
Matthew Fisher on fall of Berlin Wall; David Agren on mass murder in Mexico; Michael Taube on Andrew Scheer/CPC future; Catherine Swift takes on OK Boomer; Did royals quash a sensitive news story?

Roy Green Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2019 52:11


The Roy Green Show Podcast - Today marks the 30th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall. It was a momentous global occasion symbolically shoving aside the final power of the Iron Curtain of the USSR to imprison entire nations of people. Mathew Fisher writes about the fall of "Die Mauer" this week for Global News. He was not at The Wall on the night it fell. Mathew was in the Soviet Union after months of travel across East Germany, the other Warsaw Pact states and Soviet Republics. “Muscovites were stunned,” writes Mathew Fisher. Guest: Mathew Fisher, resident Visiting Scholar in security and defence at Massey College in the University of Toronto and a fellow of the Canadian Global Affairs Institute, as well as a regular contributor to Global News on global affairs. - A murderous attack on two SUV's in Mexico carrying women and children, allegedly by criminal drug cartel killers. His article in the Guardian yesterday:  How an isolated group of Mormons got caught up in Mexico's cartel wars. Guest:  David Agren, Canadian in Mexico City, reporting on the story for the Guardian and USA Today - A reporter asks Conservative Party leader Andrew Scheer if he considers being gay a sin and Scheer's lengthy reply is disseminated repeatedly.  Is the same standard applied to more liberal politicians?  Would Justin Trudeau and Jagmeet Singh be expected to answer personal questions about their religious beliefs? And does the leader of the Conservative Party of Canada need to tack left? Guest:  Michael Taube, Columnist for Troy Media, Contributor to the Washington Times and former speechwriter for Stephen Harper - The meme is "OK Boomer." The New York Times published an article titled, 'OK Boomer' Marks the End of Friendly Generational Relations. OK Boomer is all over social media as younger generations point fingers of blame for their and the world's perceived ills on the Boomer generation.  Not keeping in mind perhaps that without a couple of Boomers named Jobs and Gates there might not be social media to voice generational opinions. But is this any different from what other generations have done? Guest: Catherine Swift, Former President/CEO CFIB. Now WorkingCanadians.ca. Catherine tweeted her thoughts about OK Boomer yesterday and Twitter responded. - Did the Royal family quash a major news story about Prince Andrew having had sex with an underage girl at convicted sexual trafficker of minors Jeffrey Epstein's resort?  ABC news anchor Amy Robach was picked up by a live mic expressing frustration at having the network refuse to air her story because ABC feared airing it over Buckingham Palace's objections would cost the network interviews with influential people.  Robach is heard saying "I am so p***** right now. Every day I get more and more p***** right now, because it's unbelievable what we had. I had it all, three years ago."  Now both ABC and Robach say the story didn't past journalistic muster. Guest:  Professor Jane Kirtley, Silha Professor of Media Ethics and Law at the Hubbard School of Journalism and Mass Communication at the University of Minnesota, affiliated faculty member at the University of Minnesota Law School. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Mediawatch
TV watchdogs differ on Christchurch gunman's footage

Mediawatch

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 24, 2019 16:13


The Broadcasting Standards Authority has sanctioned Sky TV for screening snippets of the gunman's video of the Christchurch mosque attacks in March. But other broadcasters escaped censure here and in Australia. Mediawatch asks an ethics expert cited by the BSA if it made the right call - and if we need new rules. 

Mediawatch
Distressing death dressed up as clickbait

Mediawatch

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 10, 2019 2:44


A tragedy involving a Kiwi who died in Peru recently was reported sensitively. The tragic deaths of a Peruvian couple there was turned into morbid clickbait.