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  • International Symposium on Online Journalism
    lacking in sensationalistic print stories Read More Posted Apr 05 2014 11 14 First research session at ISOJ 2014 highlights contemporary challenges opportunities for digital journalism By Vinicio Sinta The first official day of activities at the 15th International Symposium on Online Journalism ISOJ came to a close with the presentation of six research projects that addressed current opportunities and challenges for digital journalism The panel which addressed topics ranging from the impact of native advertising to the archiving of digital news was moderated by ISOJ research chair Amy Schmitz Weiss and featured research undertaken by media scholars from universities in Switzerland Portugal Canada and the United States Read More Posted Apr 05 2014 11 00 Ying Chan addresses censorship in China during her ISOJ keynote speech By Lynn Romero During her keynote speech at the 15th International Symposium on Online Journalism Ying Chan founder and director of Hong Kong Journalism and Media Studies Center said that there is an interesting contradiction in China on one hand the government is cracking down on journalists and social media and on the other it has spent millions of dollars supporting and fostering Internet development Read More Posted Apr 04 2014 19 29 ISOJ panel explores life beyond the newspaper as a paper only product By Samantha Badgen What does the future hold for newspapers Has paper media become obsolete in the face of an increasingly digital print medium The question of what traditional and community newspapers can do to survive the internet is what was discussed at Life beyond the newspaper as a paper only product Strategies for the newspaper as a hybrid of atoms and bits the fifth panel at the 15th International Symposium of Online Journalism s ISOJ first day Read More Posted Apr 04 2014 19 15 Dallas Morning News Jim Moroney Seeks Answer to Revenue Struggle By Alyssa Brant Recognizing that the news industry must change their revenue sources Jim Moroney CEO of A H Belo and publisher and CEO at The Dallas Morning News continues to search for the answer to this complicated problem Read More Posted Apr 04 2014 18 52 Journalists discuss media ethics and reporters responsibility at ISOJ By Anthony Guerra At an April 4 panel on journalism ethics during the 15th International Symposium on Online Journalism journalists and media academics took on a number of basic ethics problems and hashed out long ranging historical debates regarding the role of journalists in society and their ethical responsibilities to the profession and their readers Read More Posted Apr 04 2014 17 10 Giving a voice to data Larry Birnbaum ISOJ By Kirby Camerino Larry Birnbaum founder and chief scientific advisor at Narrative Science said their narrative analytic tool makes data real And during the 15th International Symposium on Online Journalism ISOJ in Austin Texas he talked about what particular data matters the most in that process Read More Posted Apr 04 2014 14 44 Vox Media s Jim Bankoff ISOJ successful digital media depends on

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  • International Symposium on Online Journalism
    The digital and global challenges Keynote speaker Ying Chan director and professor at The University of Hong Kong Journalism and Media Studies Centre Chair Glenn Frankel director and professor at the School of Journalism University of Texas at Austin 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 Canada 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 Silva Nova de Lisboa University Portugal Back to the Future of News Looking at Locative 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 6 00 7 30 p m NiemanLab ISOJ Happy Hour A traditional ISOJ Friday meetup offered by ISOJ and Harvard University s Nieman Journalism Lab at Dog Duck Pub 406 W 17th Street Google Map location SATURDAY APRIL 5 8 00 9 00 a m Registration and breakfast Extra simultaneous breakfast sessions 8 00 8 50 a m Global Roundup Breakfast Online journalism during political transitions and conflict Chair Jane McElhone senior manager at Open Society Foundations Independent Journalism Program Jacob Akol editor at Gurtong Trust Peace and Media Project South Sudan Nataliya Gumenyuk co founder of Hromadske tv Ukraine Aunohita Mojumdar associate editor at Himal Southasian Nepal SouthAsia Myo Min Oo Ye Ni editor at The Irrawaddy s Burmese Myanmar Carlos Dada founder and director El Faro El Salvador 8 00 8 50 a m Research Breakfast What s Next in Digital Journalism Scholarship Chair Jane Singer professor at City University London University of Iowa The Lean Newsroom A Manifesto for Risk Carrie Brown Smith assistant professor at University of Memphis and Jonathan Groves assistant professor at Drury University Meeting New Readers Through a Digital Transition Lessons from Entertainment Loreto Corredoira visiting scholar at Media and Entertainment Center at University of California Los Angeles and professor at Complutense University of Madrid Spain Reciprocal Journalism Avery Holton University of Utah Seth Lewis University of Minnesota and Mark Coddington University of Texas at Austin Lessons From a Year in Silicon Valley Toward a More Innovative Research Program Cindy Royal Knight Fellow at Stanford University and associate professor at Texas State University The Engaging News Project Using A B Testing for Democratic and Business Goals

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  • International Symposium on Online Journalism
    role that according to Humal Southasian Associate Editor Aunohita Mojumdar comes with the responsibility of creating a space for providing the critical context that is often lacking in sensationalistic print stories Read More Posted Apr 05 2014 11 14 First research session at ISOJ 2014 highlights contemporary challenges opportunities for digital journalism By Vinicio Sinta The first official day of activities at the 15th International Symposium on Online Journalism ISOJ came to a close with the presentation of six research projects that addressed current opportunities and challenges for digital journalism The panel which addressed topics ranging from the impact of native advertising to the archiving of digital news was moderated by ISOJ research chair Amy Schmitz Weiss and featured research undertaken by media scholars from universities in Switzerland Portugal Canada and the United States Read More Posted Apr 05 2014 11 00 Ying Chan addresses censorship in China during her ISOJ keynote speech By Lynn Romero During her keynote speech at the 15th International Symposium on Online Journalism Ying Chan founder and director of Hong Kong Journalism and Media Studies Center said that there is an interesting contradiction in China on one hand the government is cracking down on journalists and social media and on the other it has spent millions of dollars supporting and fostering Internet development Read More Posted Apr 04 2014 19 29 ISOJ panel explores life beyond the newspaper as a paper only product By Samantha Badgen What does the future hold for newspapers Has paper media become obsolete in the face of an increasingly digital print medium The question of what traditional and community newspapers can do to survive the internet is what was discussed at Life beyond the newspaper as a paper only product Strategies for the newspaper as a hybrid of atoms and bits the fifth panel at the 15th International Symposium of Online Journalism s ISOJ first day Read More Posted Apr 04 2014 19 15 Dallas Morning News Jim Moroney Seeks Answer to Revenue Struggle By Alyssa Brant Recognizing that the news industry must change their revenue sources Jim Moroney CEO of A H Belo and publisher and CEO at The Dallas Morning News continues to search for the answer to this complicated problem Read More Posted Apr 04 2014 18 52 Journalists discuss media ethics and reporters responsibility at ISOJ By Anthony Guerra At an April 4 panel on journalism ethics during the 15th International Symposium on Online Journalism journalists and media academics took on a number of basic ethics problems and hashed out long ranging historical debates regarding the role of journalists in society and their ethical responsibilities to the profession and their readers Read More Posted Apr 04 2014 17 10 Giving a voice to data Larry Birnbaum ISOJ By Kirby Camerino Larry Birnbaum founder and chief scientific advisor at Narrative Science said their narrative analytic tool makes data real And during the 15th International Symposium on Online Journalism ISOJ in Austin Texas he talked about what particular

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  • International Symposium on Online Journalism
    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 Canada All the News That s Fit to Link An Exhaustive Analysis of Links in Their Editorial Context Video 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 Video Lisa Lynch Concordia University and Paul Fontaine McGill University Canada Preserving the Unpreservable Form Content Copyright and the Archiving of Born Digital Newspapers Video Claudia Silva Nova de Lisboa University Portugal Back to the Future of News Looking at Locative Media Principles in the Pre News Era Video 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 Video 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 Video Panel Video SATURDAY APRIL 5 8 00 9 00 a m Registration and breakfast Extra simultaneous breakfast sessions 8 00 8 50 a m Global Roundup Breakfast Online journalism during political transitions and conflict Chair Jane McElhone senior manager at Open Society Foundations Independent Journalism Program Jacob Akol editor at Gurtong Trust Peace and Media Project South Sudan Nataliya Gumenyuk co founder of Hromadske tv Ukraine Aunohita Mojumdar associate editor at Himal Southasian Nepal SouthAsia Myo Min Oo Ye Ni editor at The Irrawaddy s Burmese Myanmar Carlos Dada founder and director El Faro El Salvador 8 00 8 50 a m Research Breakfast What s Next in Digital Journalism Scholarship Chair Jane Singer professor at City University London University of Iowa The Lean Newsroom A Manifesto for Risk Carrie Brown Smith assistant professor at University of Memphis and Jonathan Groves assistant professor at Drury University Meeting New Readers Through a Digital Transition Lessons from Entertainment Loreto Corredoira visiting scholar at Media and Entertainment Center at University of California Los Angeles and professor at Complutense University of Madrid Spain Reciprocal Journalism Avery Holton University of Utah Seth Lewis University of Minnesota and Mark Coddington University of Texas at Austin Lessons From a Year in Silicon Valley Toward a More Innovative Research Program Cindy Royal Knight Fellow at Stanford University and associate professor at Texas State University The Engaging News Project Using A B Testing for Democratic and Business Goals Talia Stroud associate professor at University of Texas at Austin 9 00 9 45 a m Giving Good Advice Reflections of an academic on 25 years of advising journalists and media companies Video 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

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  • International Symposium on Online Journalism
    University of Texas at Austin Soliciting Reciprocity Socializing Communality and Other Motivations for Linking on Twitter Jonathan Groves Drury University and Carrie Brown Smith University of Memphis 40 Million Page Views is Not Enough An Examination of the Christian Science Monitor s Evolution from SEO to Engagement 1 00 2 00 p m Lunch 2 00 2 45 p m Social Media Journalism and the Urgent Case for Media Literacy Transcript Keynote speaker Andy Carvin senior strategist social media desk NPR Chair Robert Quigley senior lecturer School of Journalism UT Austin 2 45 4 15 p m Responsive Design and Other Trends in Digital Platforms Architecture and Design Transcript Chair and presenter Roger Black principal Roger Black Studio Inc New York Trei Brundrett vice president product technology Vox Media SB Nation The Verge Polygon Michael Donohoe product engineering director Quartz former senior product engineer at The New York Times Miranda Mulligan executive director Northwestern University Knight Lab former design director for digital at The Boston Globe Travis Swicegood director of Technology Texas Tribune 4 15 4 30 p m Coffee Break 4 30 6 00 p m The News Business Behind the Scenes in the Newsroom Research Panel Transcript Chair and discussant Amy Schmitz Weiss assistant professor San Diego State University Symposium research chair Elizabeth Hendrickson Vandana Singh and Caroline Redmond University of Tennessee Knoxville iPerceive Platform Priorities And Workplace Innovation In America s Consumer Magazine Industry David A Craig and Mohammad Yousuf University of Oklahoma Excellence in Journalistic Use of Social Media Through the Eyes of Social Media Editors Cindy Royal Texas State University San Marcos Interactives of Olympic Proportions The Diffusion of Data Journalism at The New York Times Tamar Ashuri Tel Aviv University Israel and Atara Frenkel Faran Sapir Academic College Israel The Status of News Implementation of Networked Technologies In Television News Organizations Mark A Poepsel Loyola University New Orleans The Scion of Public Journalism Case Study Evidence of a Link between Civic and Social Journalism and the Potential for an Atomized Public Sphere SATURDAY APRIL 20 8 00 9 00 a m Registration and breakfast 9 00 9 45 a m The Post Industrial Present Transcript Keynote speaker Emily Bell director director Tow Center for Digital Journalism at Columbia University former director of digital content for The Guardian London UK Chair Joshua Benton director Harvard s NiemanLab 9 45 11 15 a m Going Mobile Challenges and Opportunities for Journalists and News Organizations in the Mobile Revolution Transcript Chair Mindy McAdams professor Knight Chair University of Florida Ivo Burum executive editor Burum Media Australia Chris Courtney mobile product manager Tribune Company David Ho editor mobile tablets emerging technology The Wall Street Journal Joey Marburger mobile design director Washington Post Allissa Richardson assistant professor of journalism Bowie State University 11 15 11 30 a m Coffee Break 11 30 12 45 p m Beyond Content Beyond Audience Measurement Research Panel Transcript Chair and discussant Homero Gil De Zuñiga assistant professor School of Journalism University of Texas

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  • International Symposium on Online Journalism
    Download PPTX New Research Pathways in Digital News Content From Preservation to Curation Research session 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 Download PPTX Lisa Lynch Concordia University and Paul Fontaine McGill University Canada Preserving the Unpreservable Form Content Copyright and the Archiving of Born Digital Newspapers Download PPTX Claudia Silva Nova de Lisboa University Portugal Back to the Future of News Looking at Locative Media Principles in the Pre News Era Download PPTX 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 Download PPTX 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 Download PPTX SATURDAY APRIL 5 Research Breakfast What s Next in Digital Journalism Scholarship Meeting New Readers Through a Digital Transition Lessons from Entertainment Loreto Corredoira visiting scholar at Media and Entertainment Center at University of California Los Angeles and professor at Complutense University of Madrid Spain Download PPTX Reciprocal Journalism Avery Holton University of Utah Seth Lewis University of Minnesota and Mark Coddington University of Texas at Austin Download PDF Lessons From a Year in Silicon Valley Toward a More Innovative Research Program Cindy Royal Knight Fellow at Stanford University and associate professor at Texas State University Download PPT Journalism star startups Building innovative media outlets for the digital age Laura Amico CEO editor and founder at Homicide Watch D C Download PPTX Joey Chung CEO and co founder at The News Lens Taipei Taiwan Download PDF Juanita Leon director and founder at La Silla Vacia Bogota Colombia Download PDF Emily Ramshaw editor at

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  • International Symposium on Online Journalism
    suggest that journalists covering specialty areas such as health are more likely to experiment with and adopt new forms of practice that break with the traditional tenets of journalism Through interviews with such journalists this study explores the perceptions practices and drivers of personal branding among journalists Findings indicate journalists are squarely focused on branding at the individual level rather than branding the organizations they work for Journalists cite technological and cultural changes in the profession as giving rise to personal branding They also describe the tension they feel between their obligation to uphold the traditional tenets of journalism and their perceived need to incorporate more branding into their practice especially on social media platforms Native Advertising And Digital Natives The Effects of Age and Advertisement Format on News Website Credibility Judgments By Patrick Howe and Brady Teufel California Polytechnic State University This study examines the effects that both age and the presence of native advertisements have on credibility judgments toward a news website The results suggest that the presence of native advertising had no significant effect on the viewerâ s perception of credibility Participants who were exposed to traditional banner type ads were more likely to report having noticed advertising on the website as compared to those who were exposed to native advertisements and younger respondents were more likely to notice advertising in general Older respondents judged the site regardless of the advertising type shown as more credible than did their younger counterparts Curmudgeons But Yet Adapters Impact of Web 2 0 and Twitter on Newspaper Sport Journalists Jobs Responsibilities and Routines By Edward Kian and Ray Murray Oklahoma State University Interviews were conducted with select U S newspaper sports writers to gauge their experiences and attitudes toward the advent of Web 2 0 and Twitter Focus was placed on the impact of Web 2 0 on work routines reporting expectations and job security Results showed Web 2 0 technology made news gathering much easier but placed greater demands on journalists Web 2 0 contributed to many newspaper layoffs yet gave greater prominence to top reporters All of these journalists developed convergent media skills to keep up with changing technologies All are on Twitter for research purposes but most do not use the microblog for socializing A Huge Culture Change Newsrooms at La Presse and The Montreal Gazette Reflect on the Shift to Digital First By Lisa Lynch Concordia University Canada Using newsroom interviews conducted in 2010 and 2013 this paper looks at how reporters and editors in two Montreal newsroomsâ the Anglophone paper The Montreal Gazette and the Francophone paper La Presseâ described their shifting roles and work practices when both outlets were accelerating their transition from a print to digital first focus The interviews reveal that the workplace disruptions experienced by these newsworkers are typical of recent trends in the newspaper industry However they also suggest that attitudes toward online journalism are greatly affected by non technical factors which have resulted in each paper having entirely different

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  • International Symposium on Online Journalism
    of a Link between Public and Social Journalism and the Potential for an Atomized Public Sphere Mark A Poepsel Website Features of the Top 100 Circulation U S Newspapers Heather Heater Anita Ford Jeremy Lyons Brad Beckwith Kris Miller and Robert Bergland Sharing the News on Facebook Exploring the Differences Between News Sharers and Non Sharers on the Social Media Site Amber Hinsley and Samantha Johnson Accept NO Substitutes Well Maybe Some Online Political Information Credibility and Media Substitution Thomas J Johnson Barbara K Kaye and Aimee Meader Finding Their Voice Examining Some Internet Based Initiatives That Are Changing the Face of the Indian Media Industry An Exploratory Study Paromita Pain Revisiting the Church State Separation A Comparative Consideration of the Effects of Advertiser Pressure on Traditional and Online Journalism Philip M Napoli The Original Platform How Newsrooms Build Digital Loyalty and Generate Revenue Through Face to Face Engagement Jake Batsell Diffusion and Use of ICTs in Egyptian Newsrooms A Longitudinal Approach Ahmed El Gody Download PDF Volume 3 Number 1 Issue of the ISOJ Journal The International Symposium on Online Journalism has published its next volume and issue of ISOJ academic journal featuring articles that are based on research papers presented at the symposium in April 2012 The digital edition can be downloaded for free A print on demand version is available at a small cost If you would like to purchase a hard copy please contact us at isoj austin utexas edu Table of Contents Volume 3 Issue 1 Are Digital Natives Droppping Print Newspaper A National Survey of College Newspaper Advisers Hsiang Iris Chyi Verbal and Visual National News Framing of Dilma Rousseff and her Successful Bid as Brazil s First Female President Tania Cantrell Rosas Moreno Animation Documentary or Interactive Gaming Exploring Communicative Effects of Environmental Messaging Online Astrid Gynnild and Paul C Adams Through the Lens Visual Framing of the Japan Tsunami in U S British and Chinese Online Media Rosellen Downey Erika Johnson and Bailey Brewer More Than Shovelware A Call for Layered Stories for Online Journalism Yanjun Zhao Download PDF Volume 2 Number 2 Issue of the ISOJ Journal The International Symposium on Online Journalism has published its next volume and issue of ISOJ academic journal featuring articles that are based on research papers presented at the symposium in April 2012 The digital edition can be downloaded for free A print on demand version is available at a small cost If you would like to purchase a hard copy please contact us at isoj austin utexas edu Table of Contents Volume 2 Issue 2 Memstorm Twitter as a Community Driven Breaking News Reporting Tool Carrie Brown Smith WellCommons com Breaking Down the Barriers Between Journalists and the Community Jonathan Groves Social Reading and Privacy Norms The Aesthetic of Simplicity Online Reading and Interface Confusion J Richard Stevens Best Practices in the Journalism Ethics Frame A Comparative Study Lawrie Zion From Student Journalist to Local News Entrepreneurs A Case Study of Technically Media Mark

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