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Centro Knight presenta programa de ISOJ 2016, la conferencia global sobre periodismo digital




El Centro Knight para el Periodismo en las Américas publicó el programa del 17º Simposio Internacional de Periodismo Digital (ISOJ por sus siglas en inglés), una conferencia anual que atrae a ejecutivos de medios de comunicación, periodistas y académicos de todo el mundo.

La conferencia es en inglés, pero habrá traducción simultánea al español proporcionada gracias a Univisión. Las inscripciones están cerradas. Pero la transmisión en vivo en español e inglés estará disponible en online.journalism.utexas.edu.

Los oradores principales son Kinsey Wilson, editor de innovación y estrategia y vicepresidente ejecutivo de productos y tecnología de The New York Times; Yoani Sánchez, fundadora y directora del sitio noticioso digital cubano 14ymedio; y Kara Swisher, cofundadora y editora ejecutiva del sitio de noticias de tecnología Re/code.

La conferencia contará con un panel de apertura especial con los CEO de cinco de las más exitosas e importantes organizaciones de periodismos sin ánimo de lucro en Estados Unidos. Ellos van a discutir estrategias para la sostenibilidad y la creciente importancia del periodismo sin fines de lucro en el panorama de los medios de EE.UU. El panel contará con Joaquín Alvarado de Reveal/Center for Investigative Reporting, Peter Bale del Center for Public Integrity, Bill Keller de The Marshall Project, Evan Smith de The Texas Tribune y Richard Tofel de ProPublica.

ISOJ también cuenta con paneles sobre news bots, realidad virtual, activismo y periodismo, mujeres emprendedoras, contenidos distribuidos, publicidad y bloqueo de anuncios, el estado del periodismo digital en todo el mundo e investigaciones académicas sobre la industria. Además, Google News Lab presentará un taller sobre cómo los periodistas pueden utilizar Google Tools para su beneficio.

“Lo hicimos de nuevo’, dijo el profesor Rosental Calmon Alves, fundador y director del Centro Knight, quien creó ISOJ en 1999. “Hemos creado un programa fuerte e importante para mantener la tradición de ISOJ de anticipar tendencias y discutir algunas de las cuestiones más importantes en esta lucha del periodismo por adaptarse a la era digital”.

Antes del inicio de ISOJ el 15 de abril, habrá dos eventos abiertos para los participantes (es necesario registrarse para participar en ambos eventos). El jueves 14 de abril Amanda Zamora, editora sénior de ‘engagement’ de ProPublica, y el Proyecto de Engaging News de la Facultad Moody de Comunicación conducirán un taller de un día sobre técnicas para mejorar la fidelización de las audiencias. También el jueves, Hacks/Hackers Connect se centrará en cómo construir empresas exitosas y productos de medios de comunicación que utilicen procesos que son comunes en los startups, aceleradores y programas de periodismo emprendedor. 

El 9º Coloquio Iberoamericano de Periodismo Digital se llevará a cabo el domingo 19 de abril, tras la culminación de ISOJ. El evento contará con una mesa redonda en español acerca de las tendencias del periodismo digital en América Latina, España y Portugal. El evento es gratuito para los asistentes de ISOJ, pero los cupos son limitados y se requiere inscripción.

La conferencia es apoyada por la Fundación John S. y James L. Knight, Open Society Foundations, Google, Dallas Morning News, Facultad Moody de Comunicación y Noticias Univisión. Se llevará a cabo del 15 al 16 de abril de 2016 en el Museo de Arte Blanton de la Universidad de Texas de Austin.

El siguiente es el programa en inglés. 

PROGRAM

THURSDAY, APRIL 14

PRE-ISOJ EVENTS

Two options for hands-on training activities the day before ISOJ:

9:00am-5:00 p.m. News Engagement Workshop: Amanda Zamora, senior engagement editor, ProPublica, and the UT Austin's Engaging News Project will lead a day long training on engaging audiences in the storytelling process. Venue: Belo Center for New Media (300 Dean Keeton, Austin TX 78712) (Register Here)

9:30am-5:30 p.m. Hacks/Hackers Connect: A launchpad event for news-media entrepreneurs, including “startup jumpstart” sessions, "Lean Canvas” workshop with Ash Maurya author of Running Lean, one-on-one “brain dates” and more. Venue: Austin American-Statesman (305 S. Congress Ave.) More details and registration here.

5:30-7:30 p.m. ISOJ Welcome Happy Hour Reception offered by the NiemanLab at Harvard University and the Knight Center at the University of Texas at Austin: Venue: The Hole in the Wall (2538 Guadalupe Street, Austin, TX 78705) Google map location More details and registration here (RSVP required)

 

 

FRIDAY, APRIL 15

7:30-8:30 a.m. Registration and breakfast

8:30-8:45 a.m. Opening Session

  • Rosental Calmon Alves, ISOJ founder and chair, professor at the School of Journalism, University of Texas at Austin
  • Jay Bernhardt, dean, Moody College of Communication, University of Texas at Austin
  • Amy Schmitz Weiss, ISOJ research chair, associate professor at San Diego State University

8:45-9:30 a.m. Keynote speaker: Kinsey Wilson, editor for innovation and strategy & executive vice president, product and technology, The New York Times
        Chair: Lorraine Branham, dean of the S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications,
Syracuse University

9:30-11:00a.m. Distributed Content: Can journalism survive and thrive in a media ecosystem where publishers don't control their distribution channels?
        Chair and presenter: Vivian Schiller, independent advisor, formerly with Twitter, NBC, NPR and New York Times

  • Summer Anne Burton, Executive Creative Producer, BuzzFeed
  • Borja Echevarría, vice president and editor-in-chief, Univision Digital
  • David Skok, managing editor & vice president, digital, The Boston Globe
  • Robyn Tomlin, vice president and managing editor, The Dallas Morning News

11:00-11:15 a.m. Coffee Break

11:15-12:30 p.m. Can advertising still subsidize journalism? The ad blocking war and the news organizations' efforts to create new revenue streams
        Chair and presenter: Jeff Jarvis, professor and director of Tow-Knight Center for Entrepreneurial Journalism, CUNY

  • Jed Hartman, chief revenue officer, The Washington Post
  • Jason Kint, CEO, Digital Content Next (formerly Online Publishers Association)
  • Marcelo Leite, director, product and marketing, RBS Media Group, Brazil
  • Diane Vickroy, vice president business development, Secret Media

12:30-1:30 p.m. Lunch Break

12:40-1:20 p.m. Special Lunch Event at Capitol Room:
       Google Tools for Journalists Workshop - Part 1 (registration required)

  • Nicholas Whitaker, media outreach manager, Google News Lab

1:30-3:15 p.m. Special keynote panel with the leaders of five nonprofit journalism organizations
        Chair and presenter: Emily Bell, director, Tow Center for Digital Journalism at Columbia Journalism School

  • Joaquin Alvarado, CEO, Reveal/Center for Investigative Reporting
  • Peter Bale, CEO, Center for Public Integrity
  • Bill Keller, editor-in-chief, The Marshall Project
  • Evan Smith, editor-in-chief, CEO and co-founder, The Texas Tribune
  • Richard Tofel, president, ProPublica

3:15-3:30 p.m. Coffee Break

3:30-4:45 p.m. Journalists as activists and activists as journalists: Has the internet blurred the line between journalism and activism/advocacy?
       Chair and presenter: Pam Fine, president of ASNE and Knight Chair for News, Leadership and Community at University of Kansas

  • Emma Daly, director, communications, Human Rights Watch
  • Dan Gillmor, professor of practice, Arizona State University
  • Jake Horowitz, founder, Mic.com
  • Joel Simon, executive director, Committee to Protect Journalists

4:45-6:00 p.m. Research Panel
       Chair and discussant: Amy Schmitz Weiss, associate professor, San Diego State University - ISOJ research chair

  • James Breiner, University of Navarra (Spain): The Economics of Accountability Journalism: What Price Is Right?
  • Susan McGregor, Columbia University: "Security by Obscurity": Journalists' Mental Models of Information Security
  • Leonard Witt, Farooq Kperogi, Claire Bohrer, and Solomon Negash, Kennesaw University and Gwenette Writer Sinclair, CEO/Owner, 1Virtual World Development: Journalism: How One University Used Virtual Worlds to Tell True Stories
  • Jeremy Littau, Lehigh University and Mi Rosie Jahng, Hope College: Interactivity, social presence, and journalistic use of Twitter

6:15-7:45 p.m. ISOJ Reception Venue: Blanton Museum Rapoport Atrium (200 E Martin Luther King Jr Blvd, Austin, TX 78701) Register here

 

SATURDAY, APRIL 16

8:00-9:00 a.m. Registration and breakfast

Special breakfast sessions:

8:00-8:50 a.m. Research breakfast: Trends in online journalism research
        Chair: Pablo Boczkowski, professor and director of the Master of Science in Leadership for Creative Enterprises, Northwestern University

  • VR Uses in Research and Teaching: Avery Holton, assistant professor, University of Utah
  • Millennials and Mobile: Paula Poindexter, associate professor, School of Journalism, UT Austin
  • Engaging the News: Josh Scacco, assistant professor, Purdue University
  • Innovation in Global Journalism Education: Elanie Steyn, associate professor, University of Oklahoma

8:00-8:50 a.m. Special breakfast session: Women leaders and entrepreneurs in online journalism
        Chair: Nadine Hoffman, deputy director and director of programs, International Women's Media Foundation

  • Elmira Bayrasli, co-founder, Foreign Policy Interrupted
  • Mandy Jenkins, director of news, Storyful
  • Juanita León, director, La Silla Vacía, Colombia
  • Croi McNamara, head of video, Upworthy

9:00-9:45 a.m. Keynote speaker: Yoani Sánchez, founder and director, 14ymedio, Cuba
        Chair: Janine Warner, founder and executive director, SembraMedia

9:45-11:15 a.m. Panel: Messaging as a platform and bots as a news service
        Chair and presenter: Trei Brundrett, chief product officer, Vox Media

  • Ben Brown, co-founder and CEO, XOXCO
  • Alastair Coote, mobile developer, Guardian U.S. mobile innovation lab
  • Rebecca Harris, founder and CEO, Purple
  • Zach Seward, vice president of product and executive editor, Quartz
  • Alex Swan, developer, BreakingNews.com/NBCUniversal

11:15-11:30 a.m. Coffee Break

11:30-12:45 p.m. Research Panel:
        Chair and discussant: Kathleen McElroy, assistant professor, Oklahoma State University

  • Lu Wu, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill: Did you get the buzz? Are digital native media becoming mainstream?
  • Zhaoxi Liu, Trinity University: Toward Omnipresent Journalism: A Case Study of the Real-Time Coverage of the San Antonio Spurs 2014 NBA Championship Game
  • Danielle Kilgo and Vinicio Sinta, University of Texas at Austin: 6 things you didn't know about headline writing: Sensational form in viral news of traditional and digitally native news organizations
  • Hans K. Meyer and Burton Speakman, Ohio University: Quieting the Commenters: The Spiral of Silence's Persistent Effect on Online News Forums

12:45-1:45 p.m. Lunch Break

12:55-1:35 p.m. Special Lunch Event at Capitol Room:
       Google Tools for Journalists Workshop - Part 2(registration required)

  • Nicholas Whitaker, media outreach manager, Google News Lab

1:45-2:30 p.m.
        Keynote speaker: Kara Swisher, co-founder and executive editor, Recode
        Chair: 
Dan Gillmor, professor of practice, Arizona State University​

2:30-4:15 p.m. Global round up: Creative solutions for online journalism challenges around the world
        Chair: Maria Teresa Ronderos, director of the Program on Independent Journalism, Open Society Foundations

  • Andrei Dynko, editor, Nasha Niva, Belarus
  • Enock Nyariki, editor, Hivisasa, Kenya
  • Kelly G. Niknejad, editor-in-chief, Tehran Bureau
  • Carlos Salamanca, business and administration manager, El Faro, El Salvador
  • Trevor Snapp, director of programs, Nuba Reports, Sudan
  • Galina Timchenko, executive editor, Meduza, Russia

4:15-4:30 p.m. Coffee Break

4:30-6:00 p.m. Virtual Reality, the new frontier of journalism storytelling
        Chair: Shazna Nessa, director of journalism program, Knight Foundation

  • Carla Borrás, series coordinating producer, FRONTLINE, PBS
  • R.B. Brenner, director, UT Austin School of Journalism
  • Tom Kent, standards editor, Associated Press
  • Dan Pacheco, professor of journalism Innovation, Syracuse University
  • Jamie Pallot, co-founder, Emblematic Group

 

SUNDAY, APRIL 17

POST-ISOJ EVENT:

9:00 a.m-2:00 p.m. 9th Iberian American Colloquium on Digital Journalism, a round-table discussion in Spanish, on online journalism trends in Latin America, Spain and Portugal. Registration is free for ISOJ attendees, but seats are limited. Register here. The Colloquium will be at the Belo Center for New Media, Moody College of Communication.

Note: This program is subject to change.




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