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ISOJ Virtual Experience goes beyond streaming to bring the conference to you!

Can’t make it to Austin from April 12 to 13 for the 25th Anniversary of the International Symposium on Online Journalism (ISOJ)? Don’t worry: register for the ISOJ Virtual Experience that goes beyond mere streaming to bring the essence of ISOJ directly to you – anywhere in the world! 

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An innovative approach to election reporting: New free online course offers strategies and solutions for community-first coverage

In 2024, roughly half of the world’s adults will head to the polls in this super election year, putting democracy and the media’s role in the spotlight. In this significant year for elections, the Knight Center for Journalism in the Americas, in partnership with The Solutions Journalism Network, is proud to present a new free online […]

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View the complete program for the 25th ISOJ

Program for ISOJ 25th anniversary now available: Participate in Austin or online in a premier journalism conference

With more than 70 speakers from media outlets from around the world, including four keynote speakers, 10 panels, five workshops and more, the full program of the 25th anniversary of the International Symposium on Online Journalism (ISOJ) is now available.

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Check out panel topics, preliminary schedule for 25th ISOJ

Covering everything from artificial intelligence and polarization to social media regulation and sustainability, the panel line-up for the 25th anniversary edition of the International Symposium on Online Journalism (ISOJ) is now available.

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Founder of nonprofit newsroom MLK50 and co-founder of exiled Russian news site Meduza complete keynote speaker lineup at 25th ISOJ

Women journalism leaders will take the stage at the 25th International Symposium on Online Journalism (ISOJ) to deliver all four keynote addresses at this special anniversary conference.

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‘Transforming political reporting and putting people first.’ Register now for Knight Center’s free webinar

When it comes to reporting on elections and democracy, the conventional approach often focuses too much on polling numbers and candidate statements, overlooking the vital concerns of the affected communities. The usual focus on winners and losers leaves us asking “What about the people?” More and more journalists and scholars believe that it’s time for […]

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