Religion Unplugged: Equipping Journalists to Cover Religion - Paul Glader

Religion Unplugged is an award-winning non-profit news organization, funded by TheMediaProject.org. It serves as an online news magazine, publishing original reporting of high quality that is public service by nature and focused on religion reporting. The site also publishes some reported opinion and commentary on religion. Its lean staff of editors in New York City welcome pitches and stories on religion from contributors—young and veteran journalists—around the world. This talk introduces the vision of Religion Unplugged and explores some fascinating case studies.

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Paul Glader is an associate professor of journalism, media, and entrepreneurship at The King’s College in New York City, where he also directs the McCandlish Phillips Journalism Institute. He serves as executive director of The Media Project, a non-profit news platform and training program for international journalists and executive editor of its ReligionUnplugged.com site. Glader is also the founder and CEO of a startup called VettNews. An award-winning journalist, Glader spent 10 years as a staff writer at The Wall Street Journal, covering a variety of beats including technology, health & science, travel, metals & mining, and finance. His research and writing interests include the startup economy/technology innovation, journalism ethics and history/the new journalists, urban planning/transportation, Europe/Germany/Scandinavia, parenthood/fatherhood, creativity in leadership, and media entrepreneurship. He enjoys surfing, reading, and travelling with his wife and two daughters.

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