Venue: Shanghai, China
The conference marks the publication of the Korean language edition of the 2017 Digital News Report by RISJ partner, the Korea Press Foundation and brings together several hundred people from across the globe.
Other international speakers include; representatives of the New York Times, the Guardian, Storyful, Google, and Emily Bell from Columbia Journalism School and Dan Gillmor from Arizona State University. Korean speakers include representatives of the Korean platform, Naver and the chat app Kakao, together with several researchers involved in issues ranging from the development of a public interest algorithm to the use of Big Data in news organisations.
Venue: Seoul, South Korea
Venue: Orchard Hotel, Singapore
Venue: GESTE, Paris
Venue: Kaptol Boutique Cinema & Bar, Zagreb, Croatia
Venue: OberCom, Lisbon, Portugal
A conference for mainly local, regional and national media with a publicism background. At the conference, challenges of digitalisation, globalisation, social media etc. will be addressed, as well as the changing role of the media in democratic societies. The ambition is to discuss solutions to those issues inspired by lectures given by media executives and media experts. Themes will include how to add more quality to journalistic content, how to get in contact and dialogue with current and new users, how to take advantage of the new technology, and how to develop a profitable and sustainable media business in an ever-growing digital world.
Venue: Aalborg Kongres & Kultur Center, Aalborg, Denmark
Journalism in a post-truth age?
Venue: School of Journalism, Media and Cultural Studies, Cardiff University, UK
Digital News Report 2017 Presentation
News Rewired event
Venue: Canary Wharf, London