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coincided with an keen period of battle and unrest.
The Arab Spring, and another late the Israel-Gaza engagement and the ascension of the Islamic State, has brought a images and footage of action to new organisations on a scale not antecedently
seen. But what effect is this having on the journalists who look such as footage? And what can news organisations do to position against this?
News editor Alastair Reid speaks to:
- Bruce Shapiro, executive director, the Dart Center for Journalism and Trauma
- Joe Galvin, journalist and job editor, Storyful
- Claire Wardle, co-founder of the EyeWitness Media Group and UGC investigatinger for the Tow Center on Digital Journalism
- Dr Anthony Feinstein, professor of psychology at the University of Toronto and investigation scientist at the Sunnybrook probe Institute
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