Hi everybody, I was wondering if you could help me find some ideas about what are the most iconic pictures of 2012 so far.I would like to create a slideshow on the community to document the events…Continue
The EJC is celebrating its 20th anniversary in Maastricht, the Netherlands, with a program focused on the topic dearest to its work: journalism education.
Right now Howard Finberg the director of partnerships and alliances at The Poynter Institute in Florida, is giving his keynote speech about the future of journalism education and how this topic will be the key element in determining the future of the journalistic profession at large.
Shortly before the…Continue
The question might not be new but is surely still very hot.
Does Web 2.0, a more widespread and improved Internet connection and the ability to air personal opinions on blogs, social networks and websites make us automatically more engaged with the reality we live in?
Prof. Henry Jenkins is an authority in the field of participatory culture and the (unfulfilled) promise of Web 2.0
Is our society more…Continue
The extent of the invisible surveillance enabled by the Internet is spreading like chicken pox in a kindergarten, yet most of us occasional web surfers and social media addicts largely ignore the extent Big Brother is really watching our every move.
If you thought that Facebook was the only bad guy in town, tracking your every like, share, comment or personal message, it's about time for you to extend your "paranoia reach" and start connecting the dots. For that's what the web…Continue
One week ago the International Journalism Festival held in Perugia, Italy came to an end.
The festival, which was organised for the first time in 2007 by journalist Arianna Ciccone and Chris Potter, is an annual miracle for a country like Italy, whose media landscape is sadly known for being state controlled, biased and mainly focused on national…Continue