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Articles on the panels as well as raw video from Day 1 and Day 2 are available below.
Accountability | April 16, 2018
International research highlights differences among journalists’ methods, the precarious status of the profession and the evolution of a renown publication
Journalism was examined through a critical lens during the ISOJ 2018 research panel “Cultural change: Telling stories, shaping identity and normalizing precarity” on April 14. Academics — American and European — delved into the evolving nature of journalism from individual journalists to major publications. The panel started off with Jan Boesman, a postdoctoral researcher at … Read More
Engagement | April 14, 2018
With the seeming omnipresence of news and other media, newsletters are a tool to engage with audiences in a brief and an intimate way, according to panelists at the 19th International Symposium on Online Journalism on April 14, 2018. The panel — “NEWSLETTERS: How email, a 50-year-old technology, has become the next big thing for … Read More
Research | April 14, 2018
A study involving the differences between “news makers” and “storytellers” — according to journalists from Belgium and the Netherlands — was named the top academic paper at the 19th International Symposium on Online Journalism on April 13, the first day of the two-day conference in Austin, Texas. “It’s a big surprise,” said Jan Boesman after … Read More