Cartoon Kippah Live: Jewish Journalism: Why Should We Care?


February 24, 2012 by IJV

Date: Wednesday 29 February
Time: 18:30 – 20:30
JHub 2.0
Haskell House
152 West End Lane
London NW6 1SD
Nearest Tube: West Hampstead

What is the relationship between the Jewish Media and our community? What does Jewish Media actually tell us? Does it really matter?

Cartoon Kippah invites you to a LIVE and exclusive panel discussion with some of the people who are intimately involved with, or affected by, the UK’s Jewish media outlets.
Presented by Founder of Cartoon Kippah and Host of The NEW Jewish Podcast David Yehuda Stern.

Our panelists include:

  • David Aaronovitch, British author, broadcaster, and journalist
  • Jessica Elgot, Reporter for the Jewish Chronicle,
  • Laura Ellman, PR and Communications Manager at the UJIA
  • Dimi Reider, Israeli Journalist, and co-founder of the online news-blog “+972.

From what it really means to cater to the Jewish community to whether it is possible to maintain an unbiased approach whilst doing so – come and hear a diverse and gripping debate on what it really means to be a “Jewish Journalist”.

Held in the all-new JHub 2.0 space, light refreshments will be provided and there will be a chance for open discussions and questions at the end of the debate.
Come and hear how Jewish media can define the future of our community, and how we can define the future of our Jewish media!

For more information and tickets click here.

One thought on “Cartoon Kippah Live: Jewish Journalism: Why Should We Care?

  1. chuckster21 says:

    I’m looking forward to the next event soon, probably next year. It was unfortunate I wasn’t able to partake. It was a great event, and great people were there as well.
    Best Kippah


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