The Press and Public Trust
Craig Newmark, the founder of Craigslist, spoke at a National Press Club luncheon. He talked about his philanthropic efforts to support journalism research, training, and news gathering. He also discussed his $20 million donation to The Markup, a new non-profit journalism organization aimed at understanding the effects of technology on society. Other topics addressed included investigative journalism, news fact-checking, media literacy, and efforts by social media platforms to monitor content. Andrea Edney moderated the discussion. close
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Andrea Edney President National Press Club
Craig A. Newmark Founder Craigslist.org
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