Keynote Session: The future of storytelling on your face

Keynote session: The Future of News is NOW: Adapting News to the Streaming Age

Chair: David Ryfe, director and professor, Moody College’s School of Journalism and Media, University of Texas at Austin

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Panel: How can journalism incorporate AI, including generative tools like ChatGPT and Bard, to improve production and distribution of news?

Chair: Marc Lavallee, director, Technology, Product and Strategy/Journalism, Knight Foundation

  • Jeremy Gilbert, Knight Chair, Digital Media Strategy, Northwestern University

  • Sam Han, director, AI/ML and Zeus Technology, The Washington Post

  • Aimee Rinehart, program manager, Local News & AI, The Associated Press

  • Sisi Wei, editor-in-chief, The Markup

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Panel: The future of opinion journalism: How op-ed sections have evolved in the digital era and what lies ahead

Chair: Michael Bolden, CEO and executive director, American Press Institute

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#ISOJ Journal peer-reviewed research panel

Chair: Celeste González de Bustamante, professor and associate dean, Moody College of Communication, UT Austin

  • Subramaniam (Subbu) Vincent, director, Journalism and Media Ethics, Markkula Center for Applied Ethics, Santa Clara University

  • Raizza Bello, independent journalist and researcher, (Philippines)

  • Robbin Dagle, lecturer, Department of Communication, Ateneo de Manila University (Philippines)

  • Marcus Funk, associate professor, Sam Houston State University

  • Ayleen Cabas-Mijares, assistant professor, Journalism and Media Studies , Marquette University

  • Tracie Powell, founder, The Pivot Fund

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Keynote session: Journalism in the Era of Business Model Evolution: Imagining the End State

Chair: Sewell Chan, editor-in-chief, The Texas Tribune

  • Keynote Speaker: Jon Kelly, co-founder and editor-in-chief, Puck

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Global round up: Lightning presentations on the state of the news media around the world

Chair: Ann Marie Lipinski, curator, Nieman Foundation for Journalism at Harvard University

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Panel: Lying in politics, weaponizing fake news and attacking journalists: What have we learned so far and how to react to the infodemic?

Chair: Anya Schiffrin, director, Technology, Media & Communication specialization, Columbia University

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Keynote session

Chair: Evan Smith, co-founder and senior advisor, The Texas Tribune and senior advisor, Emerson Collective

  • Keynote Speaker: Joe Kahn, executive editor, The New York Times

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Panel: How to improve the coverage of the climate crisis and avoid the “Don’t Look up” scenario

Chair: John Schwartz, professor of practice, School of Journalism and Media, UT Austin

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Keynote Session: The future of storytelling on your face

Chair: Robert Hernandez, professor of professional practice, School for Communication and Journalism USC Annenberg

  • Keynote Speaker: Yusuf Omar, co-founder, (Australia)

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Panel: Newsletters, podcasts, text messages, push alerts: Are news orgs moving out of social-media dependency?

Chair: Sara Fischer, media reporter and author of Media Trends newsletter, Axios

  • David Cohn, chief strategy officer and co-founder, Subtext at Advance Publications

  • Coleen O'Lear, head of curation and platforms, The Washington Post

  • Zainab Shah, director of engagement and audience, THE CITY

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Panel: How to respond to news avoidance and reconnect with audiences through new approaches

Chair: LaSharah S. Bunting, CEO and executive director, Online News Association (ONA)

  • Jay Rosen, associate professor, New York University author, PressThink

  • Dmitry Shishkin, independent media consultant, (United Kingdom)

  • Talia Stroud, founder and director, Center for Media Engagement, UT Austin

  • Ben Toff, senior research fellow, Reuters Institute (UK)

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Panel: Exile journalism: Forced out of their countries, journalists use technology to report from abroad and have impact back home

Chair: Kathleen McElroy, professor, School of Journalism and Media, UT Austin

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