2019-04-6 12:00:00 2019-04-6 13:00:00 Europe/Rome Since its beginnings in November 2018, the leaderless, anti-establishment and Facebook-born “Gilets Jaunes” movement has repeatedly assaulted the media, both verbally and physically, including by attacking TV reporters at their marches, by protesting in front of the AFP, and by massively turning to so-called “alternative” news sources such as Russia Today France. What lessons can French journalists draw from this loss of trust? And what does the future of journalism look like for four of France’s major dailies: Le Parisien, La Croix, Les Echos and Le Monde? Hotel Brufani - Sala Raffaello - Perugia

Since its beginnings in November 2018, the leaderless, anti-establishment and Facebook-born “Gilets Jaunes” movement has repeatedly assaulted the media, both verbally and physically, including by attacking TV reporters at their marches, by protesting in front of the AFP, and by massively turning to so-called “alternative” news sources such as Russia Today France. What lessons can French journalists draw from this loss of trust? And what does the future of journalism look like for four of France’s major dailies: Le Parisien, La Croix, Les Echos and Le Monde?