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Emily Dreyfuss

Emily Dreyfuss is a journalist who covers the impact of technology on society, with a focus on social media and information systems. She is the senior editor of the Technology and Social Change (TaSC) team and the co-lead of the Harvard Shorenstein Center News Leaders summit. Emily got her start in journalism as a local newspaper reporter, then as an editor at an alt-weekly, before entering the tech reporting fray as an editor at CNET. She was a senior writer and editor at WIRED for many years and most recently helped launch the tech news site Protocol. As a 2017-2018 Harvard Nieman Berkman Klein fellow, Emily studied ephemerality and the internet. She is interested in how technology accelerates change.

Research and Resources on the Russian Invasion of Ukraine

Faculty, fellows, and researchers from across the Shorenstein Center are focusing on the war in Ukraine. They are helping to understand the role of disinformation and media manipulation tactics on the war and coverage of it, how a free and independent press is essential to understanding conflict, how people can communicate through the fog of

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Spring 2022 News Leaders Summit Cohort

The second cohort of the Shorenstein Center News Leaders Summit will convene this spring to examine ways that newsrooms can address misinformation and media manipulation. The cohort, made up of senior editors and news executives from across the United States, will work with one another, and with Shorenstein Center faculty and staff, including Director Nancy

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Fall 2021 News Leaders Summit

The Shorenstein Center on Media, Politics, and Public Policy at the Harvard Kennedy School is proud to announce the Harvard Shorenstein News Leaders Summit, a new program to help newsroom leaders fight misinformation and media manipulation.  Launching this fall, with support from the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation, the program will bring together

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