This webinar will explore how the intentional and unintentional use of sensationalism when reporting on predators (such as wolves, bears, and coyotes) is measurable and has caused serious consequences for policy and the sentient fur-bearers of North America. The presentation will also include tips and conversation for working journalists, advocates, and media consumers.
Michael Howie is a former journalist and managing editor, who won numerous local, provincial and international awards for his work covering crime, politics, and environmental issues.
The event will last for approximately 60 minutes including a question and answer period, and all you need to attend is a computer or Apple mobile device (iPod or iPad). A webcam or microphone is not necessary for participation. To see if your computer or mobile device will properly work with our webinar software or to test your connection speed, please click here (will open a new window).
LWW2016: Predatory Media
January 28, 2016
1:30 pm EST / 10:30 am PST
Admission is $5 and will support our Living With Wildlife and Humane Education campaigns
Attendees will also receive a free digital copy of our next member newsletter (The Wild & Free Press) and an email with discount codes from some of our business supporters!
Register now! You will be taken to a secure server for payment, then sent a special link to register for the webinar.