BAFTA Young Creators Open Day: Meet the Creators - News
With social media and 24-hour rolling news, how do you engage young people in the issues that concern them? What’s the role of a News Editor and what makes a good reporter/presenter? How can young people tell their own stories? Are there ways to avoid fake news? What editorial decisions are made when reporting on conflicts such as the crisis in Ukraine?
Speakers include Newsround presenter De-Graft Mensah and Hannah Edwards (Senior Journalist) and the team behind Sky Kids’ weekly news show, FYI: Nicky Cox MBE (Editor-in-Chief, First News & CEO Fresh Start Media), Chris Rogers (Creative Director & Executive Producer, Fresh Start Media) and FYI Reporter, Scarlett.
Following this event, the panel will be available to meet and greet audience members.
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