Journalism under Fire: Speaking Agenda

Below is the speaking agenda for Journalism under Fire, November 14-15 2019. Please note that this agenda is draft and subject to change. There will be a display of Ron Haviv’s photojournalism in the lobby of both conference venues.

The Conference Program is Available Here.

 

Journalism under Fire: Day One Agenda

Thursday, November 14, 2019

La Fonda on the Plaza
Lumkins Ballroom
100 East San Francisco St.
Santa Fe, NM
8:45am-3:05pm

TimeSpeakerTopic
8:45Sandy Campbell and Chuck CaseWelcome and Introduction to The Santa Fe Statement
 CIR High School Fellow Gabriella Ervin (Mandela International Magnet School)Media, Technology, and My Generation
9:00Dana PriestIntroduction to Journalism under Fire 2019
9:20Ivan Kolpakov in conversation with Dana PriestHow is technology shaping the truth in Russia?
10:00Braden Allenby. Introduction by Trip Jennings

The Weaponized Narrative

10:00Student Chat Room: Victor OleynikResisting Russian Disinformation in Europe and the U.S.
10:45Break 
11:10CIR High School Student Justin Reynolds (Santa Fe High School)Media, Technology, and My Generation
11:10Suzanne Kelly, Emile Nakhleh, Hannah Allam. Moderator Dave Marash.Distortions, fake news, and state media: from the Middle East to the United States
11:20Student Chat Room: Alexa Koenig and Sam Gregory Open Source Investigations and Human Rights
12:00Sandy CampbellHousekeeping and Call to Lunch
12:00Lunch Buffet 
1:00Richard Stengel with Janet SteeleInformation Wars
1:00Student Chat Room: Dana PriestFacebook, Fake News, and Political Ads
1:45BreakBook signing of Richard Stengel’s book, Information Wars
2:10CIR High School Student, Jordan Ortega (Santa Fe High)Media, Technology, and My Generation
2:10 Inez Russell Gomez, Matt Rosenberg, Tamerra Griffin. Sara Solovitch to introduce and moderateHow is technology changing the practice of journalism?
2:20Student Chat Room: Aunt Ivy SmithJournalism, Truth, and Building Human 2.0
3:00Sandy CampbellThe Santa Fe Statement; housekeeping
3:10Event Close 

Journalism under Fire: Grand Opening Event Agenda

Thursday, November 14, 2019

La Fonda on the Plaza
Lumpkins Ballroom
100 East San Francisco St.
Santa Fe, NM
5:30pm-8:15pm

TimeSpeakerTopic
5:15VIP Reception 
6:00General Reception 
6:30United World College’s African Chorus 
6:45Aunt Ivy SmithCeremonial Opening
6:55Sandy Campbell and Chuck CaseWelcome. The Santa Fe Statement.
7:00Mayor Alan WebberJournalism under Fire
7:05Dana PriestHow does technology shape the truth?
7:15Tamerra Griffin in conversation with Dana PriestHow does technology shape an African truth?
7:25Suzanne KellyHow does technology shape our truth?
7:30Alexa Koenig, Rana Ayyub, Matt Rosenberg. Suzanne Kelly to moderateHow does technology shape the truth?
8:15Audience Q&A 
8:25Event Wrap 

Journalism under Fire: Day Two Agenda

Friday, November 15, 2019

The New Mexico State Capitol Building — “The Roundhouse”
490 Old Santa Fe Trail
Santa Fe, NM
8:45am-4:15pm

TimeSpeakerTopic
8:45Sandy CampbellWelcome; housekeeping
8:50Speaker Brian EgolfFormal welcome to the Roundhouse
9:00CIR High School Fellow, Neha Sadasivan (Los Alamos High)Media, Technology, and My Generation
9:00Malachy BrowneDigital Forensics: a Visual Presentation
9:50Alexa Koenig, Sam Gregory, Malachy Browne. Steven Livingston to introduce and moderateBrave New World: Combating synthetic media, and using Big Data to protect human rights
9:50Student Chat Room: Emile Nakhleh and Suzanne KellyThe Media and National Security
10:45Break 
11:10High School Fellow, Skylar Morales (ASK Academy)Media, Technology, and My Generation
11:10John Carlin, Matt Rosenberg, Tamerra Griffin. Janet Steele to moderateModern Societies and Fragile Technologies
11:30Student LunchServed in the Atrium
12:00LunchHousekeeping and Call to Lunch. Lunch to be served in the atrium, catered by Jambo.
12:15Student Chat Room: Nera Valentic and Radovan BogojevicFake News and Migrants in Europe
12:15Student Chat Room: Ron HavivThe Art of Photojournalism
1:15CIR Intern, Arielle MattesMedia, Technology, and My Generation
1:15Rana Ayyub in conversation with Hannah AllamTechnology as Persecution: Deep Fakes and Beyond
1:55Ron HavivHow has the Camera Shaped the Truth?
1:55Student Chat Room: Ivan Kolpakov and Richard Stengel How Can Democracies Respond to State-Sponsored Misinformation?
1:55Student Chat Room: Steven Livingston and Malachy Browne Digital Forensics
2:45Break 
3:05Sara DelsonThe International Visitor Leadership Program
3:10Yedidia Jonas Alirou and Fasika Tadesse Yimer in conversation with Sandy CampbellTechnology, Journalism, and the Truth in Africa
3:25Tamerra Griffin, Sam Gregory, Rick Stengel. Moderated by Alexa KoenigHow Control of the Internet Shapes our Truth
4:00Dana PriestFinal Reflections on Journalism under Fire
4:10Sandy CampbellSanta Fe Statement and Thanks
4:15Event Close 

Journalism under Fire: Closing Dinner

Friday, November 15, 2019
John Carlin
Hotel Santa Fe
1501 Paseo de Peralta
Santa Fe, NM
6:30pm-8:30pm

This closing event will feature networking from 6:30 to 7:00pm, followed by a plated dinner in the Amaya restaurant. Dinner will be served at 7:00pm. The keynote speech will begin at 7:20pm.

The keynote speaker: John Carlin. Dawn of the Code War. Copies of his book will be on sale, and he will sign them following his talk. The event will conclude by 8:30pm.

The inside story of how America’s enemies launched a cyber war against us – and how we’ve learned to fight back. With each passing year, the Internet-linked attacks on America’s interests have grown in both frequency and severity. Overmatched by our military, countries like North Korea, China, Iran, and Russia have found us vulnerable in cyberspace. The “Code War” is upon us.