International Seminar on Media Ethics will be held on Oct. 16th and 17th, brought to you by Cheung Kong School of Journalism & Communication and The International Center for Communication Development (ICCD). Researchers, reporters, lawyers and professors from different countries will meet at STU, to share their experience and information on Media Ethics. Teachers and students are welcome to participate.

International Seminar on Media Ethics

Organizers:

Cheung Kong School of Journalism and Communication

The International Center for Communication Development (ICCD)

October 16 and 17, 2010, Shantou, China

Location: Shantou University campus, Shantou, Guangdong province

October 16th , 2010, Saturday

8:30 9:00 Conference Registration

9:00 9:20 Welcome speech:

Filip Noubel, Country Director, ICCD, Shantou University

Fan Dongsheng, Associate Dean ofCheong Kong School of Journalism and Communication

9:20 10:00 introductory game & group photo

10:00 -11:00 Media ethics issues in reporting disasters and social violence incidents(60 min)

Moderator: Zhang Zhian (Researcher, Information and Communication Research Center of Fudan University)

1) Speaker: Wei Yongzheng(Professor, Cheung Kong School of Journalism and Communication) (20 min)

2) Speaker: Wang Keqing(Chief Reporter, China Economic Times)(20 min)

3) Speaker: Zhan Jiang(Professor, Beijing Foreign Studies University) (20 min)

11:00 -11:15 Tea Break(15 min)

11:15 – 12:15 Discussion on media ethics issues in reporting disasters and social violence incidents(60 min)

Moderator: Zhang Zhian (Researcher,Information and Communication Research Center of Fudan University)

Suggested cases for discussion: Foxconn chain suicides, assaults targeted at kindergartens, courtroom shooting in Yongzhou of Hunan Province

12:15 – 14:00 Lunch

14:0015:00 (1)Media ethics issues of news reports in the Internet era(60 min)

Moderator: Fu Jianfeng (Southern Weekend, editor)

1) Speaker: Hu Yong, (Professor, Peking University)(20 min)

2) Speaker: Fu Minrong , (Lawyer, Law Firm of Shanghai New Wenhui)(20 min)

3) Speaker: Peter Herford (Professor, Cheung Kong School of Journalism and Communication)

(20 min)

15:0015:50 Discussion (50min)

Moderator: Fu Jianfeng (Southern Weekend, editor)

15:5016:05 Tea Break(15 min)

16:0517:05 Free discussion(60 min)

Moderator:Wei Yongzheng (Professor, Cheung Kong School of Journalism and Communication)

Suggested topics to cover: 1、Media ethics issues brought about by the Internet-triggered changes in traditional news reporting models;2、How news outlets and reporters should make use of information acquired on the Web (how to verify and quote info sources, whether information should be filtered, related legal liabilities and responsibilities, etc

17:30 Dinner

October 17th, 2010, Sunday

9:00–10:00 Approaches to achieve media ethical aims(60 min)

Moderator: Zhan Jiang, (professor, Beijing University of Foreign Studies)

1) Speaker:Jiang Hua (Jounalist,Southern Metropolis Daily)(20 min)

2) Speaker: Marina Svensson (Associate Professor, Centre for East and South-East Asian Studies

Lund University) (20 min)

3) Speaker: Peter Arnett(Professor, Cheung Kong School of Journalism and Communication)(20min)

9:5010:40 Discussion on approaches to achieve media ethical aims

Moderator:Zhan Jiang, (professor, Beijing University of Foreign Studies)

10:4010:55 Tea Break(15 min)

10:5511:55 Free discussion(60 min)

Moderator:Zhan Jiang, (professor, Beijing University of Foreign Studies)

11:55 – 12:15 Closing speech

Filip Noubel, Country Director, ICCD, Shantou University

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