ISOJ 2004 Archive

Opening Session

  • Lorraine Branham, director, School of Journalism, University of Texas at Austin

  • Rosental Calmon Alves, professor & Knight Chair in Journalism, University of Texas at Austin

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First panel: Online Journalism in Asia, Europe and Latin America – What is different and how does it compare with the U.S.?

Moderator and discussant: Lorraine Branham, director, School of Journalism, UT Austin

  • Manuel Gago, professor, University of Santiago de Compostela, Spain

  • Ari Heinonen, professor of New Media Journalism, University of Tampere, Finland

  • Guillermo Franco, editor, El Tiempo.com, Colombia

  • Makoto Ota, Staff Writer, The Yomiuri Shimbun (www.yomiuri.co.jp)Japan

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Second panel: Online News financial independence – Has the business model come of age?

Moderator: Nancy Regent, vice-president/managingeditor, Hoovers.com

  • Peter Zollman, founding principal, Classified Intelligence and Advanced Media Group

  • John Granatino, vice president of news and operations, Belo Interactive

  • William Grueskin, managing editor, The Wall Street Journal Online

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Digital Newspapers: Where do we go from here?

  • Keynote speaker: Roger Fidler, director, Institute for Cyberinformation, and professor, Journalism and Mass Communication, Kent State University

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Third panel: Online news presentation- Have we already developed the language for this genre of journaism?

Moderator and presenter: Leah Gentry, managing director, Finberg-Gentry/The Digital Futurist Consultancy, and Adjunct Professor, USC Annenberg School of Journalism

  • Gary Kebbel, news director, America Online

  • Michael Silberman, MSNBC.com Managing Editor East Coast

  • Naka Nathaniel, NYTimes.com Multimedia Editor

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Fourth panel: Online News status – Has it become indispensable?

Moderator and presenter: Charlotte-Anne Lucas, content director, MySanAntonio.com

  • Doug Feaver, executive editor of WashingtonPost.com, and president of Online News Association

  • Steve Klein, coordinator of the electronic journalism program, George Mason University

  • Steve Outing, Senior Editor Poynter Institute and columnist, Editor & Publisher magazine

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First panel: Research on Online Journalism

Moderator and presenter: Paula Poindexter, associate professor, School of Journalism, UT Austin

  • Guillermo Franco, editor, ElTiempo.com, Bogotá, Colombia

  • Steve Outing, Senior Editor Poynter Institute and columnist, Editor & Publisher magazine

  • Rosental Alves and Amy Schmitz Weiss, School of Journalism, UT Austin

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Research Panel: The State of Blog Journalism

Moderator and discussant: Mark Tremayne, assistant-professor, School of Journalism, UT Austin

  • Blog, blog, blog: web log learning experience in journalism classes

    Eric M. Wiltse, senior lecturer, Department of Journalism, University of Wyoming

  • When the Audience is the Producer: the art of the collaborative weblog

    Lou Rutigliano, graduate student, School of Journalism, UT Austin

  • Blogging the Story

    Sue Robinson, graduate student, Temple University

  • Weblogs and the Search for User-Driven Ethical Models

    J. Richard Stevens, graduate student, School of Journalism, UT Austin

  • Citizens or Journalists? Legal and ethical rules governing journalists' personal Web logs

    Kathleen K. Olson, assistant professor, Lehigh University

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Keynote: New Frontiers for Online News: Wireless, Knowledge Management, the Information Society, and More

  • Keynote speaker: Madanmohan Rao, consultant/author; editor, "The Asia-Pacific Internet Handbook" based in Bangalore, India

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Research Panel: Reconsidering Journalism and its Effects on a Wired World

Moderator and discussant: Stephen D. Reese, professor, School of Journalism, UT Austin

  • You've got News: a permission-marketing model using sponsored electronic newsletters

    Anca C. Micu (graduate student) and Clyde H. Bentley (associate professor), University of Missouri-Columbia

  • Wikipedia as Participatory Journalism: Reliable Sources?

    Andrew Lih, assistant professor, Hong Kong University

  • Travelling without moving: Foreign news and boundary-crossing in Cyberspace

    Jeremy Edwards, graduate student, UT Austin

  • Redefining Multimedia Toward a More Packaged Journalism Online

    Amy Zerba, graduate student, UT Austin

  • Examining the Media Agenda: a comparison of the way traditional and online media presented the 2000 and 2004 presidential primaries

    Donica Mensing, assistant professor, University of Nevada-Reno

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