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Tuesday, October 30 • 2:00pm - 3:00pm
A case study in forensic Journalism: How the BBC nailed the Cameroonian soldiers?

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The BBC caused a stir when it used advanced forensic techniques to analyse a video showing Cameroonian soldiers killing a woman, and debunking their denials. Bedser will take a close look at how the BBC did this, and the tools and techniques they used, as well as how they told the story.

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Tegan Bedser

Digital Media Specialist, SABC News Online
Tegan Bedser is a Digital Media Specialist at SABC Digital News. She has previously worked at the Tiso Blackstar Group for websites such as Times LIVE, Sowetan LIVE and later DispatchOnline where she was part of the team that won CNN African Journalist Awards for digital journalism... Read More →

Tuesday October 30, 2018 2:00pm - 3:00pm SAST
WSS103 Wits Science Stadium, First Floor