|Bettina Peter of GFMD|
Moore, long a critic of the PPC, is also a founder of the pressure group Hacked Off.
The panel, chaired by the University of Central Lancashire’s head of journalism ethics Michael Williams, also includes Bob Satchwell, the chief executive of the UK Society of Editors, Martin Wainwright, northern editor of The Guardian and Prof Peter Cole, a former head of journalism at UCLAN and Sheffield universities and co-author of Newspaper Journalism.
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Also in Preston earlier on the day of the Forum is the Truth Telling master class and the autumn meeting of the Digital Editors Network, with speakers from the Manchester Evening News, the BusinessDesk.com and Paul Ekman International. The following day, Grig Davidovitz of RGB Media will also lead the News Show! master class on innovative design online, on mobile and on tablets.
For more information about these and other activities of the UCLAN's Journalism Leaders Programme, which partners with media companies to develop leadership talent and innovative digital business solutions, contact François Nel by email (FPNel [at] uclan.ac.uk ), or @francoisnel on Twitter. Follow @denupdates to keep in the loop on Digital Editors Network activities.