Category: Registration

Registration is closed for ISOJ 2018, but sessions will be livestreamed at isoj.org

We’ve reached capacity for the 19th International Symposium on Online Journalism (ISOJ) and registration is now closed. However, live streaming of the conference will be available on YouTube and Facebook, as well as isoj.org, including a channel with simultaneous translation to Spanish. For updates during the conference, follow us on Twitter at @ISOJ2018 or with …  Read More

Register for Post-ISOJ Tiny Texas Podcast Festival to learn from state’s audio storytellers

Addicted to podcasts? Ever considered starting your own? We’ve got podcast recommendations — as well as tips and insights from some of Texas’ leading podcast experts. The Tiny Texas Podcast Festival invites audio storytelling fans of all kinds — from occasional downloaders to super listeners who can’t stop clicking “subscribe” — to spend a day …  Read More

Asistentes de ISOJ tendrán disponible traducción simultánea al español gracias a Univisión Noticias

Read in English El Simposio Internacional de Periodismo Online (ISOJ) de 2018, que presentará a destacados panelistas de la industria de medios y de la academia para hablar sobre las actuales tendencias del periodismo digital en el mundo, contará nuevamente con traducción simultáneamente al español gracias a Univisión Noticias, uno de los patrocinadores de la …  Read More

UPDATE: Registration is closed for ISOJ 2018

*Registration is now closed for ISOJ 2018. However, you will be able to follow the conference via live streaming at isoj.org, as well as on Facebook and YouTube. We’re pleased to announce that registration for the 19th annual International Symposium on Online Journalism (ISOJ) is now open. View the conference program here. Each year, the …  Read More

Hotel & Parking Accommodations for ISOJ 2018

Update: All hotel room blocks at the Double Tree Suites Hotel and Hampton Inn & Suites are full.   The 19th International Symposium on Online Journalism (ISOJ) will take place on April 13-14 2018 at the Blanton Museum of Art on the University of Texas at Austin’s campus. We have reserved a limited number of …  Read More

Solutions Journalism: Pre-ISOJ workshop teaches how to shift focus of reporting from problems to problem solving

In 2014, journalist Meg Kissinger wrote a series called “Chronic Crisis” — an in-depth examination of Milwaukee’s mental health system. But Kissinger didn’t just write about the problem, she provided a solution. Samantha McCann speaks at a Solutions Journalism Network training event. (Courtesy photo) That’s the main focus of the Solutions Journalism Network (SJN), an …  Read More

Conversational journalism: ISOJ 2017 will discuss how bots and artificial intelligence are changing news delivery

During the 2016 election, New York Times political correspondent Nicholas Confessore sat at his desk scripting conversations with readers almost every day. His conversations were then plugged into The New York Times politics bot where readers could interact with “Nick” and follow his reporting through a series of prompted questions. Andrew Phelps (Courtesy photo) Over …  Read More