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    How to Survive the Era of Fake News

    In this must-watch panel discussion, top journalists discuss news in the era of Trump. In addition to sharing “surreal” personal experiences as reporters in a hostile, Trump-led environment, they analyze the codependency between the media and President Trump, explain how we got here, and discuss what platforms like Facebook can do to help the problem of fake news.

    Nick Johnston
    Editor, Axios
    Jamil Smith
    Contributing Writer, The Daily Beast
    Karen Tumulty
    National Political Correspondent, The Washington Post
    Janet Rodriguez
    White House Correspondent, Univision & Emmy Award–Winning Journalist

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    The Crisis in the Fourth Estate

    How has this presidency redefined the role of the press?

    Karen Tumulty
    National Political Correspondent, The Washington Post
    Jamil Smith
    Contributing Writer, The Daily Beast
    Janet Rodriguez
    White House Correspondent, Univision & Emmy Award–Winning Journalist
    Nick Johnston
    Editor, Axios

    In the age of leakers and stories being broken on social media, what’s at stake for the journalists whose job it is to explain these stories to the public? In this Conversation, we’ll explore what it means to be a journalist in the modern age, especially one covering a White House that’s unlike any other in history. With a rotating communications team and a president who prefers Twitter over communicating with journalists, what does it mean when the watchdogs have to be on alert at all times? And what are the implications when the leader of the free world sows distrust of the media?

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