Free one-day conference organized by the Center for Journalism Ethics at the University of Wisconsin–Madison. Keynote conversation with leading tech journalist Kara Swisher followed by three panel discussions on gender, power and ethical journalism. See website for more information and a registration link.
This will be our last Tone Madison podcast episode of 2018, and to wrap things up, we’re listening back to some of the moments that made the year memorable. We produced 40 episodes of the podcast this year. That represents hundreds of hours of work by a whole group of dedicated and curious people. It […]
FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC Three panelists with expertise in media, political reporting and the news industry will engage in a public discussion about journalism ethics and the special challenges of covering politics in highly polarized times. The panelists are: • David Folkenflik is the New York City-based media correspondent for NPR News and […]
Lindsay Christians, an arts and food journalist with The Capital Times, is a respected and thorough observer of Madison’s restaurant scene, but never thought she’d be the one to write an investigation of sexual harassment in the food industry. “I started to realize that when it came to the sourcing and how I wanted to go […]
This week on the Tone Madison podcast, we’re doing something a little bit different. Last year, I interviewed Alejandra Perez and Mike Pellino of a Madison band called Miyha. At the time, Alejandra suggested that to me that she should interview me. I don’t like attracting attention to myself, because the whole Tone Madison thing is […]
Jeremy Scahill confronts America’s War on Terror—a campaign of assassinations, drone strikes, surveillance, and covert ops—with rare insight. In talks, he draws from his nearly two decades of investigative reporting to illuminate the biased media coverage and hidden agendas of US foreign policy. In so doing, he offers an ethical appeal for greater transparency and […]