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Public should invest in quality journalism and news literacy, according to Washington Post’s Marty Baron

At the 19th International Symposium on Online Journalism (ISOJ), Marty Baron, executive editor of the Washington Post, echoed statements he previously made about the paper’s role in the era of Trump. “It sounds boring, but we just have to keep doing our job, every single day.” During his conversation with Joshua Benton, director of Nieman …  Read More

Ibero-American journalists innovate in content production by using new technologies and seek to create community

The Iberian American Digital Journalism Colloquium, which emerged over the years as an informal post-ISOJ (International Symposium of Online Journalism) conversation among journalists from Latin America, Spain and Portugal attending the symposium, convened an interesting group of innovative journalists for its eleventh edition. Those in attendance shared their experiences and projects at the School of …  Read More

Journalists using tools from the future –like blockchain or augmented reality– to enhance, optimize and protect their stories

New technologies such as virtual reality, artificial intelligence and machine learning will be important for journalism in the future, and some news organizations are already using them, according to the members of the panel “What’s Next: Artificial intelligence, machine learning, blockchain, augmented reality and other tech trends that will impact journalism” from the 2018 International …  Read More

ISOJ 2018 Archive

KEYNOTE PANEL: Newspapers in a post-advertising era

Chair and presenter: Jim Moroney, chairman, president and CEO of the A. H. Belo Corporation (publisher of The Dallas Morning News)

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  • Jim Friedlich, CEO and executive director, Lenfest Institute for Journalism

  • Sara Glines, president and publisher, The News & Observer, and McClatchy regional publisher for the Carolinas

  • David Perpich, GM & president, Wirecutter (a New York Times' product recommendation service), The New York Times Executive Committee

  • Earl Wilkinson, executive director and CEO, INMA (International News Media Association)

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REVENUE: E-commerce, events, membership and the search for new revenue streams

Chair: Janine Warner, Co-founder and Executive Director, SembraMediaICFJ Knight Fellow, Latin America

  • Alex Clark, founder and CEO, Press Patron (New Zealand)

  • April Hinkle, chief revenue officer, Texas Tribune

  • Christina Shih, chief operations officer, News Revenue Hub

  • Rob Wijnberg, editor-in-chief and founder, De Correspondent (Netherlands) and The Correspondent (U.S.)

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TRUST: Tools to Improve the Flow of Accurate Information

Chair: Jennifer Preston, vice president of journalism, Knight Foundation

  • Lisa Fazio, assistant professor, Vanderbilt University, CrossCheck

  • Frédéric Filloux, creator, Deepnews.ai

  • Darryl Holliday, editorial director and co-founder, City Bureau

  • Joan Donovan, media manipulation/platform accountability research lead, Data & Society

  • Cameron Hickey, producer, PBS NewsHour

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RESEARCH PANEL: Future Vision: Conceptualizing community, seeking solutions and minding metrics

Chair: Amy Schmitz Weiss, ISOJ research chair, associate professor at San Diego State University

  • Looking for Community in Community News: An Examination of Public-spirited Content in Online Local News Sites

    Summer Harlow, University of Houston, and Monica Chadha, Arizona State University

  • Journalists’ Perceptions of Solutions Journalism and Its Place in the Field

    Kyser Lough, University of Texas at Austin, and Karen McIntyre, Virginia Commonwealth University

  • Quality, Quantity and Policy: How Newspaper Journalists Use Digital Metrics to Evaluate Their Roles and Their Papers’ Strategies

    Kelsey N. Whipple and Jeremy L. Shermak, University of Texas at Austin

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KEYNOTE: Meredith Artley

Chair: Kathleen McElroy, associate director, Moody College of Communication Journalism School at UT Austin

  • Meredith Artley, senior vice president and editor-in-chief, CNN Digital Worldwide

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VIDEO: Cracking the code for successful video online

Chair and presenter: Trei Brundrett, chief operating officer, Vox Media

  • Selymar Colón, managing editor/senior director, digital news, Univision

  • Kristie Gonzales, president and general manager, KVUE-TV, Austin

  • Imaeyen Ibanga, senior video producer and manager, AJ+

  • Mindy Massucci, head of content, TicToc by Bloomberg

  • Yusuf Omar, co-founder, Hashtag Our Stories (South Africa/UK)

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WHAT’S NEXT: Artificial intelligence, machine learning, blockchain, augmented reality and other tech trends that will impact journalism

Chair and presenter: Mia Tramz, managing editor, LIFE VR, Meredith (formerly Time Inc)

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GLOBAL ROUNDUP: How news organizations are using satire online around the world

Chair: María Teresa Ronderos, director, Program on Independent Journalism, Open Society Foundations

  • Carlos Cortés, creador, La Mesa de Centro (Colombia)

  • Haris Dedović, director ejecutivo, Šatro (Bosnia y Herzegovina)

  • Samm Farai Monro (alias Camarada Fatso), director creativo, Magamba TV(Zimbabue)

  • Marianna Grigoryan, co-founder/president, Umbrella Journalists' International Network NGO (Armenia)

  • King Muriuki, producer, The XYZ Show, Buni Media (Kenya)

  • Vahe Nersesian, cartoonist and co-founder, Medialab.am (Armenia)

  • Juan Andrés Ravell, co-founder, El Chigüire Bipolar

  • Isam Uraiqat, editor, Alhudood (Jordan)

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KEYNOTE: A conversation with Marty Baron

Chair: Joshua Benton, director, Nieman Lab at Harvard

  • Marty Baron, executive editor, The Washington Post

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NEWSLETTERS: How email, an almost 50-year-old technology, has become the next big thing for news organizations

Chair and presenter: Sara Fischer, media reporter, Axios

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  • Elisabeth Goodridge, editorial director, newsletters and messaging, New York Times

  • Mónica Guzmán, co-founder and director, Evergrey 

  • Dheerja Kaur, head of product and design, theSkimm

  • Fernando Rodrigues, founder and editor, Drive Premium/Poder360 (Brazil)

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RESEARCH PANEL: Cultural change: Telling stories, shaping identity and normalizing precarity

Chair: Jane B. Singer

  • “Don’t read me the news, tell me the story”: How news makers and storytellers negotiate journalism’s boundaries when preparing and presenting news stories

    Jan Boesman and Irene Costera Meijer, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, Netherlands

  • Changing “habits of thought”: An examination of eight years of digital evolution at the Christian Science Monitor

    Jonathan Groves, Drury University, and Carrie Brown , CUNY

  • Journalists Thinking about Precarity: Making Sense of the 'New Normal'

    Henrik Örnebring, Karlstad University, Sweden

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AUDIO: From podcasts to Alexa, Hey Google and Siri, journalism is raising the voice

Chair: Kathleen Kingsbury, deputy editorial page editor, The New York Times

  • Tamar Charney, managing editor at NPR One, NPR

  • Anne Li, interactive audio producer, Washington Post

  • Caitlin Thompson, U.S. director of content, Acast (Sweden)

  • Jillian Weinberger, senior producer for audio, Vox Media and Vox.com

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