Oct
29
Tue
Bundyville podcast Q&A with host and reporter Leah Sottile @ Montana Media Lab Tickets
Oct 29 @ 7:00 pm – 8:00 pm
Bundyville podcast Q&A with host and reporter Leah Sottile @ Montana Media Lab

The two-seasons of the National Magazine Award-nominated “Bundyville” podcast explore the armed uprisings led by the Bundy family in both Nevada and Oregon, and the religious ideology that motivates them. Digging deeply into extremist violence in the American West, reporter Leah Sottile investigates who is inspiring that violence and who stands to benefit from it. Come ask Leah questions about the making of “Bundyville,” the challenges she faced in the process and what tips she has for anyone venturing into the podcast world.

Free and open to the public. Space is limited though, so please RSVP.

Nov
5
Tue
Journalism Ethics: A Conversation with NPR’s Elizabeth Jensen @ Del Brown Room, Turner Hall Tickets
Nov 5 @ 7:00 pm
Journalism Ethics: A Conversation with NPR's Elizabeth Jensen @ Del Brown Room, Turner Hall |  |  |

Join NPR’s Elizabeth Jensen for a panel discussion about journalism ethics. Jensen serves as NPR’s Public Editor and has held the position since 2015. This role serves as a liaison between the newsroom and listeners, to make the newsroom at NPR aware of how listeners feel and help listeners understand why the newsroom makes the decisions it does. She has spent decades taking an objective look at the media industry and also served as a reporter covering journalistic decision makers, mergers and acquisitions, content, institutional transformations and more. Jensen will join other professors from the School of Journalism and other local journalists for a conversation about journalism ethics. Presented by the University of Montana School of Journalism and Montana Public Radio.