A program of the Knight Center for Journalism in the Americas at The University of Texas at Austin and the Moody College of Communication’s School of Journalism and Media
The International Symposium on Online Journalism is an annual gathering of editors, producers, executives and academics from around the world who convene at the University of Texas at Austin to discuss the evolution of online journalism.
ISOJ started in 1999 as a small, but very intense one-day conference. It has grown throughout the years to become a unique international conference that serves as a barometer for the state of online journalism globally.
For the second time in its 22-year history, the International Symposium on Online Journalism will be online only in 2021. ISOJ Online will be held during the week of April 26 to 30, 2021.
The Judith Neilson Institute is holding a summit to explore experiences in Hyperlocal Media and what support is needed to address the challenges being faced in Australia.
The Summit will be held online over two days, in the morning of Tuesday, April 20 and the evening of Wednesday, April 21. A more detailed agenda is included below.
The Summit is intended for those working in the hyperlocal media space. We want to hear from you about your experiences and the challenges and solutions you have encountered.
We will be joined by international guest speakers (to be announced in the coming weeks) who will share their experiences in hyperlocal media in other jurisdictions.
The Digital Deep Dives series allows journalism professionals to connect with educators fromt the University of Oxford. In these sessions, educators connect attendees with resources for cutting edge technology, new educational concepts, and endevour to provide a network of support for all journalists worldwide.
The Reuters Institute hosts journalists from all over the world, connects them with professional peers and leading academics from a wide range of different fields, and facilitates the exchange of ideas by taking part in public debates, by hosting conversations, and by publishing new and interesting work.
This seminar will cover the effects of climate change policy and how that influences the press.
SPJ International Community Presents a Discussion with Guillermo Galdos.
Guillermo Galdos is a producer, filmmaker and cameraman who has spent the last twenty years making documentaries and producing exclusive news stories from Latin and South America for a range of international broadcasters, including Channel 4 News. He has covered human rights abuses, the drug trade, immigration and exposed police corruption and the human trafficking industry.