“Co-Constructing Journalistic Knowledge with the Audience: A Case Study of Sustained Reciprocity”
Time and place: 19. desember
Ori Tenenboim is a doctoral candidate in the School of Journalism and a research associate with the Center for Media Engagement at the University of Texas at Austin.
“The Place of News: Theorizing Beyond a Construct and The Case of Washington Political Journalism”
Time and place: 18. desember
Nikki Usher, Ph.D. is an Associate Professor at The School of Media and Public Affairs at The George Washington University and a visiting associate professor at The University of Illinois (Urbana-Champaign) in the College of Media.
“Fake news, false alarms and the future of social science research: mobile and digital communication in contemporary society”
Time and place: 5. desember
Rich Ling (Ph.D., University of Colorado, sociology) is the Shaw Foundation Professor of Media Technology, at Nanyang Technological University, Singapore. He also works with Telenor, the Norwegian Telecommunication Operator.
“Making Sense of Who and What do Journalism”
Time and place: 2. oktober
Seth C. Lewis , PhD, is the founding holder of the Shirley Papé Chair in Emerging Media in the School of Journalism and Communication at the University of Oregon. Before joining Oregon in 2016, he wasAssociate Professor and Mitchell V. Charnley Faculty Fellow in the School of Journalism and Mass Communication at the University of Minnesota–Twin Cities.
“Scandinavian news ecology. The digital structures of the Scandinavian news ecology”
Time and place: 1. oktober
Helle Sjøvaag is professor of journalism at the University of Stavanger and project manager at the University of Bergen. Her research mainly revolves around issues concerning journalism and media structures. Sjøvaag currently manages two research projects, on diversity in the Norwegian news media landscape, and on digital news agendas in Scandinavia.
“Television news with only a smartphone and drone”
Time and place: 5. september
Stephen Quinn runs MOJO Media Insights, a digital consulting business, based in Brighton in the United Kingdom. He teaches media professionals how to make broadcast-quality videos using only an iOS device, and shows media organisations how to make money from producing interactive books using iBooks Author.
“Living the Liquid Life: Journalism at the Intersection of Gender, Professionalism and Precariousness”
Time and place: 14. juni
Margareta Melin is a senior lecturer at the School of Arts and Communication (K3), and head of research for Visual Arts at the Faculty of Learning and Society at Malmö University.
“Leaving journalism: gendered experiences of precarity among ex-journalists in Sweden”
Time and place: 15. juni
Henrik Örnebring is professor of media and communication at the Department of Geography, Media and Communication, Karlstad University.
“Algorithms and Automation in Newswork: Toward a research agenda for understanding emerging actants”
Time and place: 16. mai
Rodrigo Zamith is an Assistant Professor in the Journalism Department at the University of Massachusetts Amherst.
“Amplifying Indigenous news: A digital intervention”
Time and place: 15. mai
Dr Lisa Waller is Associate Professor (Communication) in the School of Communication and Creative Arts, Deakin University.
“The new fact checkers: The history and practice of an emerging journalistic genre”
Time and place: 13. april
Dr. Lucas Graves, senior research fellow ved Reuters institutt for studier av journalistikk, Universitetet i Oxford.