Slides and audio – Unheard voices, untold stories
The opening panel at news:rewired looked at how news organisations are using new technology and techniques to give voice to some of the more marginalised members of society, finding new stories and audiences in the process
- Fabian von der Mark, journalist, Deutsche Welle
- Paul Myles, editorial manager, On Our Radar
- Yasir Mirza, head of diversity and inclusion, Guardian News & Media
- Anne-Marie Tomchak, reporter and presenter, BBC Trending
Rachael Jolley, editor, Index on Censorship
Fabian give an introduction to the LifeLinks project by walking delegates through the LifeLinks website. Explore the website here, while listening to the audio below.
Paul Myles, editorial manager, On Our Radar
Yasir Mirza, former head of diversity and inclusion, Guardian News & Media
Yasir played a video at roughly the ten-minute mark of the audio track below. If you pause the audio you can watch the video here.
Anne-Marie Tomchak, reporter and presenter, BBC Trending
Listen to the ful discussion, including a Q&A and introduction from moderator Rachael Jolley, editor of the Index on Censorship, in the track below.
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