Reuters Institute Director to explore future of journalism at CIPR AGM
Meera Selva, Director of the Journalism Fellowship Programme at Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism (RISJ), will deliver a keynote speech on the future of journalism at this year's CIPR AGM in London on 20 June.
The decorated journalist will reveal the global trends impacting news and media consumption, drawing insight from the Reuters Institute's recently published report, More Important, But Less Robust? Five Things Everybody Needs to Know about the Future of Journalism.
The AGM - which precedes the presentation - takes place from 5:30pm (registration at 5pm). The event will be held at the Museum of London on Thursday 20 June. CIPR members are invited to participate in the AGM by voting on matters impacting the Institute.
The event is free-to-attend but pre-registration is required.
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- Watch the video below to learn more about the Reuters Institute's report
About Meera Selva
Meera Selva is Director of the Journalism Fellowship Programme at the Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism
Meera is an accomplished senior journalist with experience in Europe, Asia and Africa. She joined the Reuters Institute from Handelsblatt Global where she had been working out of Singapore, having helped launch the digital daily business paper in Berlin in 2014. Her previous experience includes several years as a London based correspondent for the Associated Press, and three years as Africa correspondent for the Independent based in Nairobi, along with stints in business journalism at a range of publications including the Daily Telegraph.
Meera studied for an MPhil in European Politics at St Antony’s College, was a journalist fellow at the Institute in 2007-8 where she conducted research on media coverage of the Darfur crisis and worked as the first Oxford-based English language editor of the European Journalism Observatory website in 2013-14. Meera is a member of the RISJ's Steering Committee and Editorial Committee.