Tired?! Thanks to all of you for these eight inspiring days!! For a review of what happened during the program last week, please have a look at this.
>> Graduation speech of Wolfgang Blau, Director of Digital Strategy at The Guardian (@wblau): "Media Transformation: What Your Future CEO Needs to Know" on October 2nd at Vienna City Hall.
Media businesses in Europe are under threat. The financial crisis forces them to work more and more efficiently. Digitalisation impacts workflows and business models that have worked thus far. Social media influences journalism – and opens up new marketing opportunities. Consumers’ and citizens’ mobility changes their media usage.
Many traditional media organisations cannot keep abreast with the constantly changing environment. The Executive Master’s program of International Media Innovation Management imim helps them keep up with the developments and even outpace them.
The New York Times started thrice-daily video news yesterday
“Video is a fast growing and important part of our news report,” said Times executive editor Jill Abramson in a statement.
Jill Geisler, head of The Poynter Institute for Media Studies' Leadership and Management programs, gives managers who might not be totally satisfied with their leadership performance in 2013 hints. Jill will again be teaching at IMIM_Master during our attendance block at Poynter next November!
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Naser Selmani, one of IMIM_Master's students and president of Macedonian journalists' association, in Austrian daily derStandard.at on his country's practice to sentence journalists who reveal rights' abuse:
Tomislav Kezarovski zu vierundhalb Jahren Haft verurteilt – Nach Enthüllung der Identität eines geschützten Zeugen
Thanks to all of you for this inspiring week! (Naser Selmani missing in picture; Nic Newman & program director Andy Kaltenbrunner are in it).
the first attendance block of imim's new cohort is almost over… what happened??
Disrupt and innovate: imim's second cohort meets in Vienna for their first attendance block, joining workshops with lecturers from — amongst others — "The Guardian", Poynter and Oxford.