In advance of the Dart Center’s day-long symposium on the issue in conjunction with the Tow Center for Digital Journalism, Dart Center Executive Director Bruce Shapiro will participate in a panel discussion, “Covering Tragedy: The Media and Trauma After Newtown.”
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Dart's Elana Newman spoke on a panel at the United Nations on the Safety of Women Journalists, as sexual assualts against women continue to gain attention.
The Dart Society, the journalists' membership organization which grew out of the work of the Dart Center, has a new name: the Ochberg Society for Trauma Journalism.
Senate committee hears disturbing testimony from military women who were victims of rape by other military service members.
Five years after a gunman opened fire on a classroom of 120 at Northern Illinois University, killing five, former student journalists reflected on their experiences covering the tragedy in an article for the Rockford Register Star.
The Dart Centre Asia Pacific facilitated a five-day training session for 11 media professionals in Pakistan, tailored to help the participants train other reporters on ways to deal with stress and trauma they encounter in their work.
More than 85,000 signatures were delivered to the Ohio Attorney General calling for another arrest in the Steubenville rape case, which is set to open next week at the Jefferson County Courthouse despite defense motions to relocate due to fears of protest and intimidation.
Crime stories in many papers are the most-read stories. They are also often the most commented-upon. But while comments are considered an essential way to engage and keep readers, they also can lead to problems.
2012 Ochberg Fellow Stuart Hughes chaired a panel discussion at London's Frontline Club, which focused on today’s challenges, opportunities and risks for freelance journalists.