9.30 Registration and coffee
10.00 Introduction and first keynote, at Aula U.07
Introduction by Vinzenz Wyss and keynote, “Journalism disrupted”, by Jane Singer. Chaired by Michael Brüggemann.
11.15 Workshop A1: What is Journalism? The Need for a Re-Invented Definition, at room O1.01
With Christoph Neuberger and Armin Scholl. Chaired by Sven Engesser.
12.30 Lunch and socializing
13.00 Poster session, at CMC 0.17
14.00 High Density A: Old and New Ways to reinvent Journalism, at Aula U.07
Chaired by Annik Dubiek.
How mediatized economic news informs the inattentive audience, by Arjen Van Dalen, Antonis Kalogeropoulos, Helle Mølgaard Svensson, Erik Albaek and Claes H. de Vreese.
The gap between journalism education and practice in the digital age: A survey of journalists and students, by Ying Du.
Consuming News on Facebook: An Empirical Study on the Usage Patterns of News Fanpages, by Katharina Emde and Juliane Saß.
Re-thinking Trust in Journalism. Attitudes and internal beliefs as important research categories – Theoretical underpinnings and first empirical results, by Michael Harnischmacher and Nicole Heigl.
Why do Swiss journalists use Twitter? An analysis of the functions of Twitter and the role of professional variables for journalistic Twitter use, by Julia Metag and Adrian Rauchfleisch.
16.00 Presentations B2: Journalistic Performance and Quality Assessment, at room 02.01
Chaired by Armin Scholl.
The limits of re-inventing journalism: structural causes of the crisis of in-formation journalism, by Mark Eisenegger, Kurt Imhof and Linards Udris.
Re-inventing quality – How journalists craft quality amid newsroom convergence, by Bartosz Wilczek.
Re-affirming the role of journalism in the global South: Professionalism and deviations from normative liberal values among South African journalists, by Ylva Rodny-Gumede.
18.00 Second keynote, at Aula U.07
“Questions that keep me up at night” by Wolfgang Blau. Chaired by Vinzenz Wyss.
19.00 Dinner and socializing