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.
Rosenstiel’s speech is titled “Can Journalists Be Ethical at the Warp Speed of the 2012 Campaign?”
See more about this conference here.