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Confira a programação do 15° ISOJ, a conferência anual de jornalismo digital do Centro Knight




O programa completo do 15° Simpósio Internacional de Jornalismo Online (ISOJ), que acontecerá nos dias 4 e 5 de abril na Universidade do Texas em Austin, já está disponível. Clique aqui para ver a programação em inglês.

Jornalistas, executivos de mídia e acadêmicos de todo o mundo já se registraram para participar da conferência em Austin, no Texas. As inscrições ainda estão abertas, mas as vagas são limitadas e devem esgotar em breve, como ocorreu nos anos anteriores. Clique aqui para se inscrever.

Como nas últimas 15 edições, o ISOJ deste ano, organizado pelo Centro Knight para o Jornalismo nas Américas, cobrirá alguns dos temas mais relevantes para o jornalismo online hoje em dia.

"Fizemos um programa muito forte com um impressionante grupo de apresentadores americanos e internacionais, e uma agenda com alguns dos temas mais discutidos no jornalismo digital na atualidade", disse o professor Rosental Calmon Alves, fundador e diretor do Centro Knight. "Esta conferência cresceu muito desde que a lançamos em 1999. É uma mistura única e global de acadêmicos, jornalistas e executivos de mídia".

O programa deste ano incluirá sessões que abordarão temas como: os desafios de começar uma empresa midiática nativa digital, o uso de drones, sensores e outras novas ferramentas e práticas para jornalistas, a ética na era digital, o jornalismo na China, as novas estratégias digitais dos jornais, o impacto da curadoria na objetividade, o crescente uso de vídeos na web, a importância de analisar os hábitos dos leitores para formular estratégias editoriais, e o regresso do otimismo ao jornalismo.

ISOJ também contará com apresentações especiais de Jim Bankoff, presidente de Vox Media; Ying Chan, diretora e professora do Centro de jornalismo e Estudos Midiáticos da Universidade de Hong Kong; Jay Rosen, professor associado na Universidade de Nova York e fundador do blog midiático PressThink.org; e Martin Baron, editor executivo do Washington Post.

Durante os últimos 15 anos, ISOJ convocou os principais jornalistas, executivos de mídia, pesquisadores e acadêmicos do campo para discutir tendências, questões e inovações no jornalismo online. No ano passado, ISOJ atraiu mais de 360 participantes de mais de 30 países e debateu a transformação do modelo de negócios da indústria jornalística, a narrativa multimídia, a visualizaçao de dados, e as mudanças na arquitetura de webdesign.​

ISOJ acontecerá no Museu de Arte Blanton da Universidade do Texas, localizado em 200 E. Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd, em Austin, Texas. As inscrições individuais custam 100 dólares. Para estudantes e professores há um preço especial de 40 dólares.

O site do ISOJ contém vídeos e transcrições de todas as sessões desde 1999, além de pesquisas acadêmicas, apresentações em PowerPoint e outros materiais. O site, um repositório incomparável de testemunhos que documentam a evolução do jornalismo digital, está aberto ao público.

O  ISOJ deste ano será possível graças ao apoio da Fundação Knight, The Dallas Morning News, Omidyar Network, e da Faculdade de Comunicação Moody da Universidade do Texas em Austin.

Veja abaixo o programa completo em inglês do ISOJ deste ano.


Program

FRIDAY, APRIL 4

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

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

  • Rosental Calmon Alves, professor, Knight Chair in Journalism and UNESCO Chair in Communication, School of Journalism, University of Texas at Austin - Symposium Chair
  • Glenn Frankel, director and professor at the School of Journalism, University of Texas at Austin
  • Amy Schmitz Weiss, associate professor, San Diego State University - Symposium Research Chair

 

8:45-9:30 a.m. Building a Media Company for the Digital Age: Lessons from the Field
        Keynote speaker: Jim Bankoff , chairman and CEO at Vox Media (The Verge, SBNation, Polygon, Eater, etc)
        Chair: R.B. Brenner, deputy director of the journalism program at Stanford University

 

9:30-11:00a.m. Bots, drones, sensors, wearables, etc.: The new tools for journalists
        Chair and presenter: Janine Warner, journalist turned geek, author and teacher.

  • Larry Birnbaum, professor of computer science and journalism at Northwestern University; and chief scientific advisor at Narrative Science
  • John Keefe, senior editor for Data News & Journalism Technology at WNYC
  • Tim Pool, producer at Vice Media
  • Matt Waite, professor of practice at University of Nebraska-Lincoln and founder of Journalism Drone Lab
  • Nicholas Whitaker, media outreach lead at Google

 

11:00-11:30 a.m. Coffee Break

11:30-1:00 p.m. Journalism ethics and values: Challenges in the digital age
        Chair and presenter:  Tom Rosenstiel, executive director at American Press Institute

  • John Cook, editor at Gawker
  • Jane Singer, professor at City University London / University of Iowa
  • Sylvia Stead, public editor at The Globe and Mail, Canada
  • Edward Wasserman, dean at UC Berkley Graduate School of Journalism

 

1:00-2:00 p.m. Lunch Break

2:00-2:45 p.m. Pushing the frontier of journalism in China: The digital and global challenges
        Keynote speaker: Ying Chan, director and professor at The University of Hong Kong Journalism and Media Studies Centre
        Chair:  Stephen King, partner at Omidyar Network

 

2:45-4:15 p.m. Life beyond the newspaper as a paper-only product: Strategies for the newspaper as a hybrid of atoms and bits
       Chair and presenter: Jim Moroney, CEO at A.H. Belo, publisher and CEO at The Dallas Morning News

  • Penelope Muse Abernathy, Knight Chair in Journalism and Digital Media Economics at University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
  • Jim Brady, editor-in-chief at Digital First Media, past president of Online News Association
  • Janne Kaijarvi, chief media office at Leia Media, Finland
  • Caroline Little, president and CEO at Newspaper Association of America

 

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

4:30-6:00 p.m. New Research Pathways in Digital News Content: From Preservation to Curation (Research session)
        Chair and discussant: Amy Schmitz Weiss, associate professor, San Diego State University (Symposium Research Chair)

  • Juliette De Maeyer, University of Montreal, Belgium: All the News That's Fit to Link: An Exhaustive Analysis of Links in Their Editorial Context
  • Patrick Howe and Brady Teufel, California Polytechnic State University: Native Advertising And Digital Natives: The Effects of Age and Advertisement Format on News Website Credibility Judgments
  • Lisa Lynch, Concordia University and Paul Fontaine, McGill University, Canada: Preserving The Unpreservable: Form, Content, Copyright and the Archiving of Born-Digital Newspapers
  • Claudia da Silva, Nova de Lisboa University, Portugal: Back to the Future of News: Looking at Location-Based Media Principles in the Pre News Era
  • Vittoria Sacco, University of Neuchatel, Switzerland and Yanjun Zhao, Cameron University: The Impact of Curation On Stories' Objectivity: Audience Criteria of Perceived Objectivity of Storify
  • Alex Avila, University of Texas at Austin: Bienvenido a Miami y Mas: Immigration Frames In English and Spanish Newspapers During the 2012 Florida Republican Primary

 

SATURDAY, APRIL 5

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

9:00-9:45 a.m. Giving Good Advice: Reflections on an academic on 25 years of advising journalists and media companies.
        Keynote speaker: Jay Rosen, associate professor at New York University and blogger at PressThink.org
        Chair: Paula Poindexter, president at Association of Education in Journalism and Mass Communication (AEJMC)

 

9:45-11:15 a.m. Journalism star startups: Building innovative media outlets for the digital age
        Chair and presenter: Michael Maness, vice-president for journalism and media innovation at Knight Foundation

  • Laura Amico, CEO, editor and founder at Homicide Watch D.C.
  • Joey Chung, CEO and founder at The News Lens, Taipei, Taiwan
  • Jake Horowitz, editor-in-chief and co-founder at PolicyMic
  • Juanita Leon, director and founder at La Silla Vacia, Bogota, Colombia
  • Emily Ramshaw, editor at Texas Tribune

 

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

11:30-12:45 p.m. Emerging Journalistic Practices in the Digital Age  (Research session)
        Chair and discussant: Jane Singer, professor at City University London / University of Iowa

  • Lisa Lynch, Concordia University, Canada: ‘A Huge Culture Change:’ Newsrooms at La Presse and The Montreal Gazette Reflect on the Shift to Digital-First
  • Avery Holton, University of Utah and Logan Molyneux, University of Texas at Austin: Branding (Health) Journalism: Perceptions, Practices, and Emerging Norms
  • Adriana Barsotti, Pontificia Universidade Catolica do Rio de Janeiro, Brazil: Two Screens, Two Paths: News Production For Smartphones and Tablets on the Brazilian Newspaper Scene
  • Matthew Powers, University of Washington-Seattle: Can NGOs Do Journalism? Do They Even Want To? Understanding the Information Work of Leading Humanitarian and Human Rights NGOs
  • Edward Kian and Ray Murray, Oklahoma State University: Curmudgeons But Yet Adapters: Impact of Web 2.0 and Twitter on Newspaper Sport Journalists' Jobs, Responsibilities, and Routines

 

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

1:45-2:30 p.m. The untold story: Why we should be optimistic about journalism
        Keynote speaker: Martin Baron, executive editor at The Washington Post
        Chair: Evan Smith, CEO and executive editor at Texas Tribune

 

2:45-4:15 p.m. Life after Television news? The boom of video on the web and web video on TV sets
        Chair: Robert Hernandez, assistant professor of professional practice at Annenberg School for Communication and Journalism at USC

  • Rebecca Howard, general manager video, The New York Times
  • Katharine Zaleski, managing editor at NowThis News
  • Riyaad Minty, director of AJ+ at Al Jazeera
  • Rahul Chopra, senior vice president video at News Corp.
  • Daniel Eilemberg, senior vice president, chief digital officer at Fusion

 

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

4:30-6:00 p.m. Knowing your audience: Readership analytics and editorial strategies for online news
        Chair:  Joshua Benton, director at Nieman Journalism Lab at Harvard University

  • James G. Robinson, director for news analytics at New York Times
  • Higinio O. Maycotte, CEO and founder at Umbel
  • Nicholas White, CEO and founder at The Daily Dot
  • Todd Cunningham, director at Media Impact Project, the Norman Lear Center at University of Southern California
  • Melody Kramer, digital strategist and associate editor at NPR


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