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There's something for everyone in this year's schedule.Check out a growing list of the breakout sessions we're offering in New Orleans!All sessions are included as part of your conference registration no additional fees apply. Need another copy of a handout, or just missed a session and want a glimpse of what was discussed?Find notes, handouts, slides and other materials provided by presenters right here. Aside from dozens of breakout sessions, EIJ16 offers additional training opportunities with in-depth, hands-on, skills-based workshops.
Track: Ethics, Hot Topics/Current Events Mass shootings are increasing at a rapid rate, which means the media coverage of them is growing exponentially.This panel will discuss how the media covers these events the good, the bad, and the ugly as well as how the media can improve in accuracy, ethics and responsibility.Moderator: Casey Ferrand (@caseyferrand), reporter and anchor, WDSU Speakers: Tom Teves (@No Notoriety), co-founder, No Notoriety; Emily Lane (@emilymlane), reporter, NOLA.com/The Times-Picayune; Andrew Seaman (@andrewmseaman), Senior Medical Journalist, Reuters Health, and SPJ Ethics Chair Casey Ferrand is a general assignment reporter for WDSU in New Orleans.Ferrand, an award-winning journalist, previously worked at KIAH in Houston as a multimedia journalist and a fill-in anchor on the morning news show Eye Opener.She was also at KTVE in Monroe, LA and KTBS in Shreveport, LA.