The 18th International Symposium on Online Journalism (ISOJ) is shaping up, with a preliminary list of outstanding speakers and a new site for exploring the evolution of online journalism through the content of all previous symposia, since 1999.
The International Symposium on Online Journalism (ISOJ) is now accepting submissions of research papers for the 18th year of its global conference and #ISOJ Journal.
Papers submitted must be based on original research about online journalism. All work will go through a blind review by a panel of scholars from leading universities around the world. Read more »
ISOJ 2016: Silicon Valley’s "most feared and well-liked" journalist, Kara Swisher, will talk about tech and journalism
Two years ago, New York Magazine called Kara Swisher “Silicon Valley’s most feared and well-liked journalist.”
On April 16, the intrepid reporter, successful editor, renowned tech columnist and author will share her extensive knowledge on the convergence of the media and tech industries, as a keynote speaker at the 17th International Symposium on Online Journalism (ISOJ). Read more »
ISOJ 2016: Kinsey Wilson, New York Times editor for innovation and strategy, will open global conference on online journalism
For two decades, digital journalism expert Kinsey Wilson has kept a foot in both the business and editorial operations of some of the biggest news organizations in the United States. Read more »
ISOJ 2016: Yoani Sánchez will explain how and why she created 14ymedio, "Cuba’s first independent news platform"
Because of her desire to be an independent voice for Cuban society, Yoani Sánchez has been arrested, previously was prohibited from leaving her country and has been made the subject of smear campaigns. Despite those challenges, her independent news platform 14ymedio is approaching its second anniversary of delivering news and opinion from inside Cuba. Read more »
International online journalists continue to inform citizens despite threats of censorship and violence, ISOJ gathering told
Screens have replaced physical media as the “primary technologies for media content and communication,” said Robert Picard, with the Reuters Institute at the University of Oxford, during his keynote address at the International Symposium on Onlin Read more »
#ISOJ tweets provide backdrop for researchers’ discussion of Twitter’s use by journalists, activists and the public
By Brittney Martin
Dozens of conference goers live-tweeted the presentations at the International Symposium on Online Journalism (ISOJ) over the weekend, and a stream of tweets including the #ISOJ hashtag served as the backdrop for most of the conference’s question-and-answer segments. So, it was only fitting that the final panel of the two-day event on Saturday, April 18, was literally “All about the Twitter.” Read more »
ISOJ panel: Digital journalism offers challenges and opportunities for women leaders and entrepreneurs
In a traditionally male-dominated world, women are breaking barriers in entrepreneurship. This was the focus of a panel at the 16th International Symposium on Online Journalism (ISOJ) where six women, leaders from around the world in online journalism, discussed how they are revolutionizing the news media as well as the challenges they face along the way. Read more »