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Call for Applications - Summer School @ Greece

Department of Journalism and Mass Media Communications, Deutche Welle Academie, and Beijing University of Foreign Studies are happy to announce the joint Summer School on “International Journalism

Call for Panel : Future challenges of journalism education (Serbia)

The conference Bridges of Media Education is organized by the Department of Media Studies, Faculty of Philosophy, University of Novi Sad, Serbia on 15 and 16 September 20

Call for papers by Anadolu University

15th International Symposium Communication in the Millennium is going to be held between 16-19 May 2017 at University of California, Irvine.   Abstract submission for on-site presentatio

News Impact Summits by EJC

The European Journalism Centre announced today five News Impact Summits will take place in Rome, Hamburg, Budapest, Manchester and Brussels in 2017.

Programme & Registration AGM Munich

Please visit the conference website to learn more about the conference venue and programme.

e-book - Everybody In - on inclusive reporting

Bob Calver from Birmingham School of Media is co-editor of an e-book – Everybody In - on inclusive reporting written by journalists for journalism students.

EJTA Teachers' Conference, Autumn 2019, GERMANY

Venue: to be confirmed, Dortmund, Germany

EJTA AGM and Annual Conference, 2019 , FRANCE (as part of WJEC5)

Venue: Paris, France

EJTA Annual General Meeting : Monday 8 July 2019, 15h30 - 17h30

WJEC5 conference website: www.wjec.fr

EJTA Teachers' Conference Autumn 18-19 Oct 2018, GREECE

Venue: to be confirmed, Thessaloniki, Greece

EJTA AGM and Annual Conference, Spring 2018, SPAIN

Fast journalism vs. slow journalism

Speed has always been a central part of journalism as people want to be informed about events and threats as soon as possible. Over the past decade technological and commercial forces have strengthened the emphasis on speed. At the same time professional journalism has lost its monopoly on the production and distribution of fast news. The central question of the conference is whether the future of journalism, and therefore in journalism education, lies in Fast Journalism, in Slow Journalism, or in both.