Lightning talks by RISJ fellows on their research

2018-04-13 09:30:00 2018-04-13 10:45:00 Europe/Rome Lightning talks by RISJ fellows on their research #ijf18 Visiting fellows from the Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism (University of Oxford) present their research, ranging from human rights violations in Turkey, investigative journalism in Southern Africa, visual storytelling on mobile, data journalism in small newsrooms, to environmental journalism, and the disruption of digital in newsrooms in Kenya. The journalists are turned into short-time-academics for three to nine months and come from around the world (Botswana to Finland). Each Lightning Talk will consist of a 5-minute presentations, in which the researcher will use 20 slides, which auto-advance every 15 seconds. Bettina Figl (Vienna, Austria), online reporter Wiener Zeitung - Bigger is not always better: What we can learn about data journalism from small newsrooms Doreen Wainainah (Nairobi, Kenya), business and technology reporter The Daily National - Digital disruption in Kenyan media: how newsrooms are handling it Emma-Leena Ovaskainen (Helsinki, Finland), visual journalist Helsingin Sanomat - Visual storytelling on mobile news Ingerid Salvesen (Oslo, Norway), freelance journalist - How newsrooms can develop a more professional environmental/climate journalism Kemal Göktaş (Ankara, Turkey), Cumhuriyet - How does the media see human rights violations? Turkey as an example Ntibinyane Ntibinyane (Gaborone, Botswana), managing partner/onvestigative journalist INK Centre for Investigative Journalism  - The impact of investigative journalism in Southern Africa Centro Servizi G. Alessi - Perugia

presentazioni | in lingua inglese (senza traduzione)

09:30 - 10:45   venerdì 13/04/2018

Centro Servizi G. Alessi

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Ching Yee Choo
giornalista freelance
Bettina Figl
Wiener Zeitung
Kemal Goktas
Cumhuriyet
Stuart Lau
South China Morning Post
Ntibinyane Ntibinyane
cofondatore INK Centre Inv. Journalism
Emma-Leena Ovaskainen
Helsingin Sanomat
Ingerid Salvesen
giornalista freelance

Visiting fellows from the Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism (University of Oxford) present their research, ranging from human rights violations in Turkey, investigative journalism in Southern Africa, visual storytelling on mobile, data journalism in small newsrooms, to environmental journalism, and the disruption of digital in newsrooms in Kenya. The journalists are turned into short-time-academics for three to nine months and come from around the world (Botswana to Finland). Each Lightning Talk will consist of a 5-minute presentations, in which the researcher will use 20 slides, which auto-advance every 15 seconds.

Bettina Figl (Vienna, Austria), online reporter Wiener Zeitung - Bigger is not always better: What we can learn about data journalism from small newsrooms

Doreen Wainainah (Nairobi, Kenya), business and technology reporter The Daily National - Digital disruption in Kenyan media: how newsrooms are handling it

Emma-Leena Ovaskainen (Helsinki, Finland), visual journalist Helsingin Sanomat - Visual storytelling on mobile news

Ingerid Salvesen (Oslo, Norway), freelance journalist - How newsrooms can develop a more professional environmental/climate journalism

Kemal Göktaş (Ankara, Turkey), Cumhuriyet - How does the media see human rights violations? Turkey as an example

Ntibinyane Ntibinyane (Gaborone, Botswana), managing partner/onvestigative journalist INK Centre for Investigative Journalism  - The impact of investigative journalism in Southern Africa