Since returning from Austin, TX, the Newseum team has felt great about its time at SXSW 2018. Over the three days spent at the festival, we had the opportunity to share substantive and meaningful information at three sessions, create lasting and strategic relationships and feel connected and engaged to the larger conversations on social good.
While at SXSW, the Newseum was fortunate enough to present at three different sessions on topics ranging from the First Amendment to fake news. Our panels were well-attended and filled with inquisitive and important questions about pressing issues such as freedom of the press and media literacy. They were:
First Amendment Report Card with panelists:
The Only Solution to Fake News: Education for All with panelists:
Investigative Journalism in the Social Media Age with panelists:
We enjoyed getting the chance to sit in on other sessions as well which inspired us and left us re-energized to continue working with other members of this innovative and empowering community. Did you go to one of our sessions? Is there a topic you’d like to see us present in the future? Let us know your thoughts by tagging us on Twitter @newseum.
See you next year!