Cross borders! How to put collaborative journalism into practice

2018-04-14 14:00:00 2018-04-14 15:15:00 Europe/Rome Cross borders! How to put collaborative journalism into practice #ijf18 Le storie non si fermano ai confini nazionali. Una maggiore collaborazione nel giornalismo è essenziale: argomenti come crimine internazionale, cambiamento climatico o migrazione colpiscono le persone, intere regioni ed economie in tutto il mondo. Una storia che si estende tra più paesi e continenti richiede ai giornalisti delle aree colpite di lavorare insieme per evidenziare le molteplici sfaccettature. È inoltre sempre più necessario far ascoltare voci e storie provenienti da regioni scarsamente rappresentate. Ma come possono i giornalisti creare e promuovere collaborazioni transnazionali? Quali sono i possibili effetti sulla transnazionalizzazione delle sfere pubbliche? Questo workshop discuterà nuove entusiasmanti ricerche nel campo del giornalismo transnazionale in Europa e negli Stati Uniti e offrirà approcci pratici alla portata di chiunque. Sala del Dottorato - Perugia

panel discussions | in English (without translation)

  • 14:00 - 15:15   saturday 14/04/2018

Sala del Dottorato

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Brigitte Alfter
managing editor Journalismfund.eu
Tabea Grzeszyk
co-founder and CEO Hostwriter.org
Annett Heft
Institute for Media and Communication Studies
Stefanie Murray
director Center for Cooperative Media

Stories don’t stop at national borders. More collaboration in the field of journalism is essential, as topics like global crime, climate change, or migration affect people, regions and economies across the world. A story that spans multiple countries and continents requires journalists from the affected regions to work together to highlight the story’s many facets. It’s also increasingly necessary to make voices and stories from underrepresented regions heard around the globe.

But how can journalists create and foster these cross-border collaborations? Where do they start if they haven’t reached out beyond their newsroom before? And what are potential effects of this type of collaboration on the transnationalization of public spheres? This workshop will discuss exciting new research in the field of cross-border/collaborative journalism in Europe and the U.S. and will offer practical approaches that can be learned and used by anyone.

Speakers will discuss best practices and knowledge gained through both research and experience: With a hands-on approach to enable exchange between the speakers and attendees, this session will provide new methods and approaches that journalists can use to find the stories that need to be told and reach out to potential sources and collaborators across the world.











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