ISOJ 2007 Archive

Opening session

  • Rosental Calmon Alves, Professor, Knight Chair in Journalism and UNESCO Chair in Communication, School of Journalism, UT Austin (Symposium Chair)

  • Lorraine Branham, Director, School of Journalism, UT Austin

  • Rod Hart, Dean, College of Communication, UT Austin

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The end of the mourning, mewling, and moaning about the future of journalism: Why I’m a cock-eyed optimist about news

  • Keynote Speaker: Jeff Jarvis, Associate Professor and Director of the Interactive Journalism program at City University of New York Graduate School of Journalism and blogger at www.BuzzMachine.com

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The transformation of newspaper to multimedia news organization – the merging of online-print newsrooms and the challenges of a continuous news flow

Chair: Lorraine Branham, Director, School of Journalism, UT Austin

  • Jim Brady, Vice President and Executive Editor, WashingtonPost.com

  • Neil Chase, Continuous News Desk Editor, NYTimes.com

  • Bill Grueskin, Managing Editor, WallStreetJournal.com

  • Kinsey Wilson, Vice President and Executive Editor, USA Today

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The transformation of business models – how the online audience and revenues are changing how newspapers do business

Chair and Presenter: Ken Riddick, Vice President for Interactive, Star Tribune

  • Robert Benz, Vice President for Interactive, Scripps Newspapers

  • Julie Weber, General Manager, MySanAntonio.com

  • Fran Wills, Vice President for Interactive, Dallas Morning News

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The transformation of journalism from monologue to conversation: citizens’ participation in news production and dissemination

Chair and Presenter: Jan Schaffer, Executive Director, J-Lab, University of Maryland

  • Kate Marymont, Executive Editor, (Fort Myers, FL) News-Press

  • Kyle Poplin, Executive Editor, Bluffton Today

  • Dean Betz, Online News Editor, Houston Chronicle

  • Lisa Stone, President Operations and Evangelism, BlogHer LLC

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The transformation of journalism on a flat world – International perspectives on online journalism

Chair: Martha Stone, Director of Shaping the Future project, World Association of Newspapers, Paris, France

  • Jean-François Fogel, Le Monde Interactif, Paris, France

  • Ismael Nafria, Content Deputy Editor, Prisacom/ElPais.com, Madrid, Spain

  • Juanita León, Online Editor, Semana Magazine, Bogotá, Colombia

  • Márion Strecker, Content Director, UOL, Brazil

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The transformation of storytelling techniques – how video and interactive features are changing news production routines

Chair: Nora Paul, director of the Institute for New Media Studies, University of Minnesota

  • Andrew DeVigal, Multimedia Editor, NYTimes.com

  • Jorge Sanhueza-Lyon, Video Journalist, Statesman.com

  • Brian Storm, President of MediaStorm Multimedia Production

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Research Panel: Strategic positioning in the new media environment

Chair: Mark Tremayne, Assistant Professor, School of Journalism, UT Austin

  • Newspapers’ e-business models: A survey of attitudes and practice at UK news websites(*)

    Neil Thurman, City University-London and Jack Herbert, Cambridge Publishers, Ltd.

  • Four dimensions of journalistic convergence: A preliminary approach to current media trends at Spain(*)

    David Domingo, University of Iowa

  • Press clipping and other information services: Legal analysis and perspectives(*)

    Loreto Corredoira y Alfonso, Universidad Complutense de Madrid

  • Making history useful: Web 2.0 and the U.S. Latino & Latina World War II oral history project web site(*)

    Richard Stevens, Southern Methodist University

  • Exploring A New Radio Audience: A study of early adopters of Latino podcast media(*)

    Alex Avila, UT Austin

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Research Panel: New journalistic forms and new journalists

Chair: Marguerite Moritz, Professor and UNESCO Chair in International Journalism, University of Colorado, Boulder

  • Ink Stains Are So 20th Century: The resocialization of student journalists at online-only college publications(*)

    Daniel Reimold, Ohio University

  • Identification, transparency and interactivity: A new paradigm of credibility for online journalism(*)

    Brian Carroll and Robert Richardson, Berry College

  • What’s on Wikipedia, and what’s not…? Completeness of information on the online collaborative encyclopedia(*)

    Cindy Royal and Deepina Kapila, Texas State University

  • The future of journalism and how to teach it

    Lou Rutigliano, UT Austin

  • Comments please: How the British news media is struggling with user-generated content(*) (**)

    Alfred Hermida, University of British Columbia (Vancouver, Canada) and Neil Thurman, City University (London)

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Research Panel: Journalism online: How content is affected

Chair: Gabriela Warkentin de la Mora, Director of the Department of Communication and UNESCO Chair in Communication, Universidad Iberoamericana, Mexico

  • The new newsroom: A case study of the journalistic paradigm in a news narrative’s journey from a newspaper to cyberspace(*)

    Sue Robinson, University of Wisconsin at Madison

  • An examination of newsworthiness indicators in online journalism(*)

    Ji Young Kim and Pamela Shoemaker, Syracuse University

  • Will a new medium for sports news offer less trivialization of female athletes? Examining descriptors used and stereotypes in newspaper and Internet articles on the NCAA women’s and men’s basketball tournaments(*)

    Edward (Ted) M. Kian, University of Central Florida

  • To post or not to post: Gatekeeping effects of breaking news on Internet newspaper websites(*)

    Scott Lambert

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Wrap-up Discussion Session

  • Rosental Calmon Alves, Professor, Knight Chair in Journalism and UNESCO Chair in Communication, UT Austin

  • Mark Tremayne, Assistant Professor, School of Journalism, UT Austin