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2 May 2013 No comments

Geir Conrad Tufte opens the International Journalim Seminar with a discussion of the media, politics and terrorism

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7 November 2012 No comments

El Seminario Internacional de Periodismo vuelve en octubre con su tercera edición

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25 September 2012 No comments

El II International Journalism Seminar se despide hasta el curso que viene

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9 May 2012 No comments

A niche market: German Speaking Media in the Costa Blanca. II International Journalism Seminar

The Second International Journalism Seminar has reached its third session with the presentation led by Carl-Georg Boge, owner and editor of Wochenpost and In that talk, Boge has explain the main characteristics of his media company, headed by a monthly newsletter and a website providing information on the timeliness of the north coast of Alicante for German readers.

In a difficult economic context, when very few professionals get contracts in traditional companies, this experience has served to show students the possibility of starting a new and specializing business. To this purpose, Carl-Georg Boge has paid a special interest in find a niche, a particular group of people to report. And, after many years of work, this reporter has thought the keys to the distribution, production and financing of a journalistic model on paper and online.

Next session of the Second International Journalism Seminar will be on February, after the exams, when Andy Kaltenbrunner, journalist and consultant of Medienhaus Wien (Austria) lead his presentation “innovation journalism”.

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15 December 2011 No comments

Innovation in the media: From The New York Times to Twitter TVi

The II International Journalism Seminar was held today. On this occasion, Professor of Journalism Jose Alberto García Avilés spoke about the emergence of new technology in traditional media at the conference: ‘Innovation in the media: from The New York Times to Twitter TV’

García Avilés explained the most important innovations introduced by international media companies, to renew the production of news, collaboration with users and the development of new narratives. The conference analyzed several cases of innovation in journalism, online media such as graphic designing in, the user comments in The Economist, research databases from The Guardian or the I-Report program aired on CNN.

In the seminar, organized by the ​​Journalism Area of he Department of Social Sciences and Human Sciences, participate 25 Journalism students of  with a high level of English, to discuss the developments in the field of communications and the media landscape in various European countries.

The next meeting will be Wednesday December 14th at 12.30pm in Torreblanca and as borne by the journalist Carl-Georg Boge, director of

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23 November 2011 No comments

Nacho Ortiz on II International Journalism Seminar

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23 October 2011 No comments