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The Center for Journalism Ethics is holding its annual conference April 13 in Wisconsin at Wisconsin Institutes for Discovery.  This year’s theme is “Ethics & Elections: Media, Money and Power in 2012,” according to the center’s website.

The conference will include sessions on “fact-checking in an election year,” “political advertising: going negative,” and a keynote speech by the Project for Excellence in Journalism’s Tom Rosenstiel.

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Rosenstiel’s speech is titled “Can Journalists Be Ethical at the Warp Speed of the 2012 Campaign?”

See more about this conference here.

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