São Paulo hosts international journalism festival [Brazil]

São Paulo hosts international journalism festival [Brazil]

Posted on September 04, 2017

Journalists and students are invited to this event.

The 2017 Piauí GloboNews Festival will take place Oct. 7 and 8 in São Paulo. This years' topic is "What I learned: Reporters who clashed with history." 

The program includes talks with renowned journalists about lessons the press learned covering the election of Donald Trump in the United States, the rise of Recep Tayyip Erdogan in Turkey and Vladimir Putin's crusade in Russia.

Among the speakers are David Fahrenthold, reporter for The Washington Post; Jacob Weisberg, editor-in-chief of The Slate Group; Michael Oreskes, vice president of news and editorial director of NPR; Ryan Lizza, correspondent for The New Yorker in Washington; Nathalie Alvaray, editor of digital strategies at Univision in Miami; and more.

Participants may also attend lunches with journalists and their sources.

Registration is ongoing and costs BRL250 to BRL750. There are discounts for students and Piauí subscribers.

For more information (in Portuguese), click here.