The future of journalism was sliced, diced and debated in a myriad of ways this past weekend at the 13th International Symposium on Online Journalism (ISOJ). Held April 20-21 at the University of Texas at Austin, the event featured innumerable keynote addresses and industry panels.
During one discussion titled “From Desk (lap) top Computers and Smartphones to Tablets: How Journalists are Responding to the Mobile Revolution,” LA Times database manager Ben Welsh suggested that he’s aiming for a Minority Report-like future.
One of my favourite conferences takes place this week at Austin, Texas, the International Symposium on Online Journalism. It stands out by bringing together practitioners and academics, mixing experiences from the newsroom with rese... Read Post
There are few occasions when the world’s greatest minds in journalism gather to discuss, brainstorm and learn with and from each other, and the annual International Symposium on Online Journalism (ISOJ) is certainly one of those occ... Read Post