Ten Years of the Symposium: How We Saw Online Journalism in 1999, What has Happened Since Then, and What do we Predict for the Next Decade?

Using New Platforms and Social Networks to Enhance Interactivity and Journalism Outreach. Are Journalists Engaging in the Conversation?

Chair: Robert Rivard, Editor, San Antonio Express News

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Visual and Multimedia Storytelling on the Web and Beyond. Have we Already Created New Narrative Styles through the Use of Photos and Video?

Chair: José Zamora, Journalism Program Associate, Knight Foundation

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Ten Years of the Symposium: How We Saw Online Journalism in 1999, What has Happened Since Then, and What do we Predict for the Next Decade?

Chair: Rosental Calmon Alves, Knight Chair in Journalism and UNESCO Chair in Communication, School of Journalism, UT Austin

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Research Panel: Citizen Journalism, User-Generated Content and Crowdsourcing: Who is Contributing to the Conversation and Why?

Chair: Cindy Royal, Assistant Professor, Texas State University at San Marcos

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Research Panel: Reading Between the Lines: Investigations into the Messages, Frames and Perspectives on Online Journalism

Chair: Tom Johnson, Marshall and Sharleen Formby Regents Professor, Texas Tech University

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Research Panel: Looking Inward: Tracking the Changes and Transformations in Today’s Newsroom

Chair: Amy Schmitz Weiss, Assistant Professor, San Diego State University (Symposium Research Chair)

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Research Panel: International Journalism Perspectives from the Americas and Iberian Peninsula

Chair: Alfred Hermida, Assistant Professor, University of British Columbia (Canada)

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Wrap-up

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

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