In the Eye of the Storm: Where next for Journalism after the Capitol?

In the Eye of the Storm: Where next for Journalism after the Capitol?

Tuesday, 18 January, 2022
1.00pm - 2.00pm (GMT)

Location

RTS Zoom Webinar
United Kingdom
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On January 6th 2021, outgoing president Donald Trump incited his supporters to storm the US Capitol Building in a last-ditch attempt to disrupt the democratic transfer of power to President Joe Biden. It’s an ITV News story that reverberated around the world with the award-winning footage viewed more than 11 million times.     

Now, one year on, we pick up the conversation with the only broadcast journalist who gained access to the Capitol building, ITV News’ Robert Moore, along with other leading figures in journalism and politics including CNN’s Brian Stelter, Damian Collins MP and Lucy Powell MP, Shadow Secretary of State for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport in the United Kingdom in this session, chaired by Channel 4 News' Cathy Newman.

ITN was proud to showcase British public service broadcasting on the world stage and, to mark this anniversary, we hope you will join us on 18th January at 1.00pm for this live Royal Television Society panel discussion that will look at the legacy of that report.

Tickets for this event are complimentary but must be booked in advance.

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On January 6th 2021, outgoing president Donald Trump incited his supporters to storm the US Capitol Building in a last-ditch attempt to disrupt the democratic transfer of power to President Joe Biden. It’s an ITV News story that reverberated around the world with the award-winning footage viewed more than 11 million times.