Guardian Live in Bristol: Brexit and the media
How do you cover a subject as divisive as Brexit? Join our panel, including Katharine Viner, editor-in-chief for The Guardian; journalist John Harris; LaToyah McAllister-Jones, operations manager for Ujima Radio; with chair Sonia Sodha, as we look at the most recent developments in Britain’s exit from the EU, and how news organisations are having to develop in the face of this frenetic change.
In this joint event with the Bristol Cable we will be asking: how are Brexit voters from around the country represented in the news? How can we avoid London-centric reporting? How do we ensure a diversity of voices in the press? How can news organisations produce and fund the stories that matter?
This event is produced in partnership with Bristol Cable, a 100% member-owned media co-op redefining local journalism; and Ujima Radio, a prominent social enterprise radio station.
Running time: 90 minutes, no interval.
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