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A new home for the news community.

ReNEWS sets the stage for vital conversations about socio-cultural challenges: how they affect our newsrooms, and how we report on them. We held our first (virtual) conversation on Thursday, 14 January, 2021. Our next event will take place on April 8, 2021.

Our upcoming (virtual) conversation

Our second conversation deals with the politicization of history and its impact on the newsroom.

8 APRIL 2021

ReNEWS Virtual Event

15:00 - 16:30 GMT

Journalism and History: Is the narrative being co-opted by an ideological agenda?

Total event duration

16:00 – 17:30 CET
Berlin

17:00 – 18:30 SAST
Cape Town

10:00 – 11:30 ET
New York

We are witnessing a global conflict, where the past is now one of the hottest culture-war battlefields. ReNEWS will discuss this global trend – and the role of the news media – with experts who help break down the issues.

Pricing

Any ticket revenue we receive will help ReNEWS to grow and to continue these important conversations. However, if you are under financial pressure, please send us an email and we will provide you with a ticket.

  • €18
  • General Admission
    One-time (incl. fees & VAT)
    • Access to all sessions
    • Access to workshops
    • Networking
  • €5
  • Student Ticket
    One-time (incl. fees & VAT)
    • This is a discounted rate especially for students
    • All perks of the General Admission ticket
  • €36
  • Solidarity Donation
    One-time (incl. fees & VAT)
    • Please consider supporting ReNEWS in its mission to strengthen the industry
    • All perks of the General Admission ticket

ReNEWS is a global gathering by and for editors united in standing up for the free exchange of information and ideas

Editorial independence

We have no ties or obligations to any news organization. Financial support is wholly unrelated to editorial involvement.

Diversity

We are committed to genuine diversity of viewpoints, representing honest opinions seriously held. Our discussions will endeavor to include the broadest possible range of perspectives.

Inclusivity

We support a climate where similarities and differences are respected, supported, and valued by ensuring the active participation of the entire news community.

How we are different

We are well aware of Zoom fatigue and we wouldn't ask you for your time if we didn't believe we are offering something special.

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Diverse Voices

We bring you a surprising mix of known and new voices.

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Reflection Panel

Editors reflect on how their newsrooms address the challenges being discussed.

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Audience Interaction

All viewers can participate and contribute to the conversation.

4
Networking

Attendees can share their knowledge and network with peers in smaller groups.

Meet our moderator

Amy Selwyn

The moderator and face of ReNEWS is Amy Selwyn. Amy started her career in US and international news and journalism with The New York Times, the BBC, and The Associated Press. Later, as an independent consultant, she became the managing director of News Xchange, one of the most prominent annual meetings of the international news industry. Besides her career in the news industry, Amy is passionate about photography and writing.

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Our Advisory Board

Our Advisory Board comprises news executives, experts and researchers from the fields of news and media.

Head of UK News, BBC News
Global Director of News, AFP
Senior Business Development Manager for EMEA, Microsoft
Vice President, Communications, CNN International
Director of Operations of Al-Arabiya Network, Dubai, UAE
Advisory Board Chair and former Editor-in-Chief of NOS News, Netherlands
Former Editor-in Chief, eNCA, South Africa
Two-time Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist
Co-founder, Hashtag Our Stories
Managing Editor, Global Investigative Journalism Network
Managing Director, News and Current Affairs, RTE, Ireland.

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