Monthly Archives: February 2012

Impressions (29th February – 2012)

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Third day of conference started, and a higher number of professionals attended the lectures. The Abat Oliba CEU University welcomed Luc Hanegreefs, a freelance journalist, copywriter and media trainer, among other things, and Joke Hautkiet and Nicolas Bijvoet, teacher and lecturer both at Howest University.
The first conference of the day, …

Soon, we won’t talk about prints, we’ll talk about screens

Nicolas Bijvoet & Joke Hautekiet

Nicolas Bijvoet & Joke Hautekiet
21st century Journalism “consumption” via new devices and media applications – Part I

Nicolas Bijvoet & Joke Hautekiet

We are in a new media “second life”. And where does this new story lead to? What we already know is that devices as “news platforms” are overtaking traditional media. …

Being a journalist is all about doing it yourself

Luc Hanegreefs

Luc Hanegreefs
PUTTING BACK THE ‘D’ IN JOURNALISM: DRIVE AND SENSE OF ADVENTURE IN JOURNALISM
Being a journalist is all about doing it yourself. There isn’t a special formula which will make us better, but there are a series of characteristics which will allow us to stand out from others.
One of …

Fourth conference (28th February – 2012)

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Barbara Penington and Susan Wildermuth
Cross Cultural Communication…So What is the Problem?

Our podcasts (28th February – 2012)

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Kerry J. Northrup, from the Western Kentucky University School of Journalism, at Abat Oliba CEU University (Conference audio abstract):
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Northrup answers students’ questions about the future of printed newspapers and the emergence of ‘fusion journalists':
Kerry J. Northrup-Interview
Three Journalism students of the Abat Oliba CEU University express their views about Northrup’s …

Third conference (28th February – 2012)

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Kerry J. Northrup
NEWSGEAR – THE ADVANCED JOURNALIST TECHNOLOGY PROJECT
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Impressions (28th February – 2012)

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Second day of conferences and the enthusiasm went on among the participants of the ‘International Journalism Week’ at the Abat Oliba CEU University.
The third conference of the week was led by Kerry J. Northrup, an international expert in media innovation, editorial technologies and newsroom management. Northrup showed the importance of …

Cross Cultural Communication: What’s the problem? (28th February – 2012)

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Barbara Pennington and Susan Wildermuth
Cross Cultural Communication… so “What is the Problem?”
Have you ever been to another country and felt as if you were doing something wrong? You check your clothes and mind your words but that doesn’t diminish the sense of being looked at. That is usually an issue …

Northrup: “It’s not enough being a good journalist, it’s about being efficient” (28th February – 2012)

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Kerry J. Northrup
NEWSGEAR – THE ADVANCED JOURNALIST TECHNOLOGY PROJECT
Some years ago, any given journalist would have to run to the newsroom after finding a story. Nowadays, the broad spectrum of technological resources allows us to find, edit and send multimedia information from the epicentre of the story.
Information has always been …

Second conference (27th February – 2012)

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Christian Schaefer, Professor at University Johannes Gutenberg Universität Mainz.
Why do print media invent new journalistic formats? Examples and results of qualitative interviews with German executive editors