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CFP | 14.8. | Symposium on journalism in multiplatform environments

The Professional Master of Science in Journalism from FIAM-FAAM University, São Paulo, will hold the 3rd International Symposium on Journalism in Multiplatform Environments between November 23th and 24th, 2017. The symposium is calling for abstracts. The call states: “This year’s programming will focus on the journalism market and its expanding frontiers, as well as the … Continued


CFP | 2.10. | The shifting epistemologies of news in a digital age

The editors to a special issue of the journal New Media & Society are calling for paper proposals. The issue’s theme is “Truth, facts, and fake: The shifting epistemologies of news in a digital age” and it is guest-edited by Mats Ekström and Oscar Westlund, both of the University of Gothenburg, with Seth C. Lewis, … Continued


CFP | 15.7. | European Public Sphere seminar

ECREA Communication and the European Public Sphere TWG seminar is calling for papers. Seminar aims at presenting various perspectives on the European Public Sphere. The call states: “We will take into consideration the contemporary state of European media and study communication trends in Europe (the declining impact of traditional media, such as major broadcast television … Continued


CFP | 1.7. | Ethics of sports journalism

The Institute of Communication Ethics Annual Conference, organized in London, is calling for papers. “Sports content is a crucial aspect of many media organisations’ output. But while the ethical issues surrounding news journalism are closely scrutinised, the ethical dilemmas facing sports journalism are often neglected, or even unacknowledged”, the call describes the current situation. The … Continued


CFP | 31.7. | Have digital sources changed journalism?

A special issue of Digital Journalism is calling for papers. The issue wants to showcase research that focuses or is related to one of four aspects of online sourcing in journalism. Quote from the original call: “First, we ask which online sources are most prominent within journalistic reporting, and/or whether they have replaced more traditional … Continued


CFP | 1.7. | The Second Coming of Journalism?

The annual conference of the Journalism Education and Research Association of Australia (2017 JERAA) is organised on 4-6 December, 2017. This years event is called The Second Coming of Journalism? Rebirth, resurrection, renewal, resistance, resurgence and it is hosted by The University of Newcastle. The conference invites papers that explore, analyse and contest the idea of … Continued


CFP | 22.6. | How to end threats and violence against journalists?

A conference on the safety of journalists covering conflict and sensitive issues is calling for paper proposals. The event will take place on the 2nd and 3rd of November 2017 in Oslo, Norway. Best papers will be considered for a peer-reviewed publication, the organisers have announced. The event is interested in both practitioners’ and scholars’ … Continued


CFP | 25.7. | Crossing borders in journalism training

The European Journalism Training Association’s Teacher’s Conference (EJTA-2017) is calling for presentation proposals. The conference will take place in Moscow, Russia, on the 19th and 20th of October 2017. The conference is entitled “Journalism education across borders”. The organisers have provided the following list of topics which the event seeks to discuss: Crossing academic borders: … Continued

ARTICLE: News sharing, network heterogeneity and political participation

News internalizing affects political participation, but only indirectly via externalizing, write Jihyang Choia, of Ewha Womans University, Jae Kook Leeb, of Indiana University and Sungkyunkwan University, and Emily T. Metzgarc, of Indiana University. By analyzing the role of network heterogeneity and news sharing activities, the article explores how the use of social media is related to … Continued