Journalism Events Calendar

Communicating about Syria – A humanitarian perspective

This event will discuss the humanitarian efforts being made in Syria and the many challenges that are faced. How do journalists and humanitarian agencies share information in such a complex conflict situation? Chaired by Lindsey Hilsum, Channel 4 News’ International Editor and author of Sandstorm, Libya in the Time of Revolution.

Place: The Frontline Club
Date: Wednesday October 10 2012
http://www.frontlineclub.com/events/2012/10/communicating-about-syria—a-humanitarian-perspective.html?utm_source=Frontline&utm_campaign=02a3f9b367-8+October&utm_medium=email
 
 

Ten years that shook the media world

Launch of a new Reuters Institute report, “Ten Years that Shook the Media World” presented by the author Dr Rasmus Kleis Nielsen.

Place: Institute for Government, 2 Carlton Gardens, London
Date:Thursday October 11 2012
http://reutersinstitute.politics.ox.ac.uk/events/risj/other-risj-events/event/2012/10/11/tx_cal_phpicalendar/ten-years-that-shook-the-media-worl-1.html
 
 

European Communication Conference (ECREA ) 2012

The theme for the fourth ECREA conference is Social Media And Global Voices.

Place: Mimar Sinan Fine Arts University, Bomonti Campus, Instanbul
Date: Wednesday 24 – Saturday 27 October 2012
http://www.ecrea2012istanbul.eu/index.html
 
 

AUSACE 17th Annual Conference – Transforming Middle East Media: Creating a New Culture

The event will feature speeches from prominent journalists and media experts, as well as hosting discussions about journalism in the Arab world, and research presentations from journalists from around the world. The conference will focus on ways to improve the practice of journalism in the Middle East. AUSACE invite scholars from around the world to submit research presentations based on the theme ‘Transforming Middle East Media: Creating a New Culture’.

Place: Zayed University, Abu Dhabi UAE
Date: Friday 16 November – Monday 19 November 2012
http://www.ausace2012.com/
 
 

NCTJ Journalism Skills Conference

The NCTJ’s Journalism Skills Conference brings together decision-makers in journalism’s education, training and industry sectors. The event will discuss the latest media based issues and will include the results of research the NCTJ has recently commissioned on ethics training and continuing professional development. The NCTJ Awards for Excellence will also be handed out during this event.

Place: Venues around Nottingham
Date: Wednesday 28 November 2012 – Thursday 29 November 2012
http://www.nctj.com/news-and-events/news/fifth-nctj-skills-conference-to-visit-journalism-training-hotspot
 
 

Annual International Conference on Journalism and Mass Communications 2012

The 2012 conference theme is ‘At the Crossroads of Communication, Journalism, Media, Corporate and Social Responsibility’.
The keynote address will be delivered by Prof. Gary E. Swanson (Journalism and Mass Communication,
University of Northern Colorado). Best Paper Awards and Best Student Paper Awards will be conferred at the conference.

PLace: Hotel Fort Canning, 11 Canning Walk Singapore
Date: Monday 3 December – Tuesday 4 December 2012
http://www.jmcomm.org/index.html
 
 

news:rewired

Journalism.co.uk will bring together key digital journalism experts and innovators for a day of sessions, workshops, debates and discussion, offering insight into some of the innovative projects evolving in and out of today’s newsrooms.

Place: MSN UK, London
Date: Thursday December 6 2012
http://www.newsrewired.com/2012/08/07/first-speaker-and-session-details-for-newsrewired-thursday-6-december/

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  • Maggie Cooper

    reality sucks! crimea and libya are being still foughts with politicians vs bankers, whether it’s oil revenue or simple commerce, it’s all about the bucks, especially when certain politicians are also on the board of defence contracts to profit personally! so who’s the Mafia? http://www.i-mf.co/

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