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For the second time in its 22-year history, the International Symposium on Online Journalism will be online only in 2021. ISOJ Online will be held during the week of April 26 to 30, 2021. Instead of two full days, as we have had with the in-person conference in Austin, last year we scheduled ISOJ Online throughout chunks of time, from Monday to Friday. That formula worked very well. We broke records and reached thousands of people in 134 countries in 2020, so we decided to repeat it in 2021.
You can see the program, the amazing lineup of speakers from 2020 and watch all sessions on YouTube, in English and with translation to Spanish. Meanwhile, we are working to put together another amazing program for the 22nd ISOJ. If you want to receive updates via email, please subscribe to ISOJ’s mailing list by sending a message to email@example.com. Also, come back to our site for updates and follow us on Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn.
Since 1999, journalists, media executives and scholars from around the world have had an annual meeting in Austin, Texas to discuss the impact of the digital revolution on journalism. The International Symposium on Online Journalism is a program of the Knight Center for Journalism in the Americas at the University of Texas at Austin, a unique conference that bridges the gap between academia and the news industry.
This website is equally unique. It’s an historic, one-of-a-kind, year-by-year repository of testimonials of the evolution of online journalism in the United States and the world. Here you can find content from every symposium since 1999, including transcripts, videos, slides and research papers.
Carlos Fernando Chamorro, diretor da revista Confidencial na Nicarágua, e Carlos Dada, co-fundador de El Faro em El Salvador, conversaram com María Teresa Ronderos, diretora do CLIP, sobre como fazer jornalismo em ambientes hostis e qual é o papel da imprensa durante a 13º Colóquio Ibero-Americano de Jornalismo Digital. Read More
Periodismo en Nicaragua y El Salvador: la persistencia de los medios ante la hostilidad de los gobiernos
Carlos Fernando Chamorro, director de revista Confidencial de Nicaragua, y Carlos Dada, cofundador de El Faro en El Salvador, hablaron con María Teresa Ronderos, directora de CLIP, sobre cómo hacer periodismo en ambientes hostiles y cuál es el rol de la prensa durante el 13º Coloquio Iberoamericano de Periodismo Digital. Read More
Carlos Fernando Chamorro, director of the magazine Confidencial in Nicaragua, and Carlos Dada, cofounder of El Faro in El Salvador, talked with María Teresa Ronderos, director for CLIP, about journalism in the face of hostile governments during the 13th Ibero-American Colloquium on Digital Journalism. Read More