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'From Cameron Country to Social Media Society'
In this year’s Cameron lecture, the BBC’s chief international correspondent, Lyse Doucet explores the challenges confronting journalism in a world saturated by social media.
Best known recently for her outstanding reporting of the conflict in Syria, Lyse Doucet has been reporting on major stories of our time for the past thirty years. Before joining the BBC's team of presenters in 1999, Lyse spent 15 years as a BBC foreign correspondent with postings in Jerusalem, Amman, Tehran, Islamabad, Kabul and Abidjan.
Her most recent awards include the Lifetime Achievement Award from the Columbia University School of Journalism, and an O.B.E in the Queen’s Honour list for her services to journalism.
The James Cameron Memorial Lecture is given every year in memory of prominent British journalist James Cameron. The lecture has previously been delivered by a distinguished group of speakers including Ben Bradlee, Michael Grade, Alan Rusbridger, Tony Benn, Greg Dyke, Sir Max Hastings and more recently Christine Ockrent, Jeremy Bowen, Robert Peston, Gary Younge and Gideon Rachman.
The lecture will be followed by a reception for all guests.
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6.30pm - 8.00pmWednesday 1st November 2017