How smartphones are making journalism fairer

2018-04-13 14:00:00 2018-04-13 15:15:00 Europe/Rome How smartphones are making journalism fairer #ijf18 Smartphones are powerful tools for creating audio-visual stories that are optimised for online and social media. But they are also unique tools for tackling prejudices within newsrooms that can hold some journalists back from achieving their full potential, and for building engagement and dialogue with non-traditional audiences. This session will explore how smartphones improve inclusiveness in newsrooms for women, older journalists, ethnic minority journalists, and vulnerable contributors including migrants, people living with disabilities, and children. Sala del Dottorato - Perugia

panel discussion | in lingua inglese (senza traduzione)

14:00 - 15:15   venerdì 13/04/2018

Sala del Dottorato

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Geertje Algera
fondatrice Geertje Algera Media
Emma Meese
Centre for Community Journalism Cardiff Univ.
Susan Newhook
University of King’s College
Corinne Podger
media development consultant

Smartphones are powerful tools for creating audio-visual stories that are optimised for online and social media. But they are also unique tools for tackling prejudices within newsrooms that can hold some journalists back from achieving their full potential, and for building engagement and dialogue with non-traditional audiences. This session will explore how smartphones improve inclusiveness in newsrooms for women, older journalists, ethnic minority journalists, and vulnerable contributors including migrants, people living with disabilities, and children.