11 / INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY AND JOURNALISM

28 May – 1 June 2018        Send to printer


Conference organizers

Nenad Prelog, University of Zagreb, Croatia
Damir Boras, University of Zagreb, Croatia
Inoslav Bešker, University of Split/University of Dubrovnik, Italy


Conference description:

The conference and a workshop will explore topic of circular economy and free information and content in media. In the last decade thousands newspapers ceased to be published, much more journalists lost their jobs, and for the (sad) end, today the business of journalist is the worst payed job comparing to other skilled and trained professions. In the same time there are many different approaches in monetising online editions of newspapers and journals. The future of democracy is very much connected to the future of its fourth pillar: freedom of thinking and speech which is best represented in media systems. Circular economy up to now did not have any important impact in world of media and this would be one of the main topic in this year conference.


Conference lecturers

Pero Maldini, University of Dubrovnik, Croatia
Mato Brautović, University of Dubrovnik, Croatia
Domagoj Bebić, University of Zagreb, Croatia
Milica Vučković, University of Zagreb, Croatia
Nenad Prelog, University of Zagreb, Croatia
Ivana Vrček, University of Zagreb, Croatia
Damir Boras, University of Zagreb, Croatia
Anamarija Bilan , University of Zadar, Croatia
Marija Volarević, University of Ljubljana, Croatia
Mine Gencel Bek, University of Siegen, Germany
Tomislav Levak, University of Osijek, Croatia
Lance Lawton, Missouri Western State University, United States
Robert Bergland, Missouri Western State University, United States
Inoslav Bešker, University of Split/University of Dubrovnik, Italy
Ana Radović Kapor, LIU/University of Zadar, Croatia
Ana Plišić, Hanza Media, Croatia
Ivan Fischer, Hanza Media, Croatia


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