Join Delayed Gratification at the Byline festival in June

Next month Delayed Gratification will be appearing at the inaugural Byline Festival, a celebration of independent journalism billed as a “riot of free speech” and a “protest against fake news and alternative facts”.

The festival takes place over the weekend of 2nd-4th June 2017, in Ashdown Forest near Uckfield in East Sussex. We’re participating in a panel discussion on ‘constructive journalism’ in the Media Circus, where over three days some of the biggest challenges facing our industry will be tackled by dozens of top journalists and guest speakers such as John Cleese, Tom Watson, Bonnie Greer and Jack Monroe.

Topics include misogyny in the media, coverage of the migrant crisis, phone hacking and press freedom, the rise of citizen journalism, the future of investigative journalism and how the media should respond to the triumph of Trumpism.

The friendly folks at Byline are offering supporters of Slow Journalism a whopping 50 percent off full-price weekend festival tickets. Enter the code ‘BFEST’ here to get tickets for £75.

 

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