Nordic Research Network in Journalism Studies (program)

Seminar at the University of Copenhagen, Amager Campus, November 18 -19, 2010

Journalism, Institutions and Politics

Thursday 18

12.30 Check in, coffee
13.00 Opening address, presentations
13.30 Key note speech by David Ryfe, ass. professor, Reynolds School of Journalism, University of Nevada, USA: Adapt or die: an institutional approach to the ongoing revolution in journalism Discussion
15.00 Coffee break
15.15 Ass. professor Mark Blach-Ørsten, Roskilde University, Denmark: News regimes: Is political news changing? Discussion
16.15 Coffee break
16.30 Paper presentations
19.30 Dinner

Friday 19

09.15 Ass. Professor Paul Bjerke, Volda University College, Norway: The ethical gap in newsroom practice. An institutional perspective on journalists’ professional ethics Discussion
10.15 Coffee break
10.30 PhD-student Jens Barland, University of Oslo, Norway: New methods to attract the readership: The Citizens as a target group. Case studies in Aftonbladet (Sweden) and Verdens Gang (Norway).
11.30 Summing up – and then lunch

Funded by NordForsk


Project leadership

Project leader:
Professor Sigurd Allern

The Nordic Research Network in Journalism Studies is funded by NordForsk and managed by The Department of Journalism, Media and Communication, Stockholm University.