Digital media discuss their sustainability during 6th Ibero-American Colloquium for Online Journalism

Finding new business models and reaching sustainability were the most important topics for journalists from digital media outlets in Latin America, Spain and Portugal during the most recent Ibero-American Colloquium for Online Journalism, wrote Anne Nelson of Columbia University in a special report for the Knight Center for Journalism in the Americas. The Sixth Ibero-American …  Read More

Medios digitales discuten su sustentabilidad en Coloquio Iberoamericano para el Periodismo Digital

El encontrar nuevos modelos de negocios y lograr la sustentabilidad fueron los temas más importantes para los periodistas de medios digitales en América Latina, España y Portugal que atendieron al más reciente Coloquio Iberoamericano para el Periodismo Digital, escribió Anne Nelson de la Universidad de Columbia en un extenso reportaje especial para el Centro Knight …  Read More

Colombian news site La Silla Vacía sees opportunity in mixing regional coverage and digital narratives

Created in 2009 by acclaimed Colombian journalist Juanita León, news site La Silla Vacía (“The Empty Chair” in Spanish) was born with the mission of demystifying, one story at a time, the way that power works. “We want to tell stories that explain and analyze the power in Colombia,” said Juan Esteban Lewin, a journalist …  Read More

ISOJ 2013 Archive

Disruption and Innovation: News organizations strategies for the new media ecosystem

Chair: Neil Chase, consultant (formerly with, and Federated Media

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Responsive Design and Other Trends in Digital Platforms Architecture and Design

Chair and presenter: Roger Black, principal, Roger Black Studio Inc., New York

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Going Mobile: Challenges and Opportunities for Journalists and News Organizations in the Mobile Revolution

Chair: Mindy McAdams, professor & Knight Chair, University of Florida

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Research Panel: Beyond Content, Beyond Audience Measurement

Chair and discussant: Homero Gil De Zuñiga, assistant professor, School of Journalism, University of Texas at Austin

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