For imim the year ’13 was an auspicious one: It was a year ago to the day that the first cohort of students graduated. Originating from Austria, Malta, Romania and Serbia, the students, all of them media professionals, completed the academic part-time … Continue reading
“What does it take to change the newsroom?”: The current issue of EBU’s magazine tech-i (ebu_tech-i_020, page 5) features a synopsis of Dieter Bornemann’s thesis at IMIM_Master. Dieter lists 10 trends he observed when comparing six cases of newsroom integration withtin … Continue reading
“We can see the tsunami, but can the others?” José García Avilés, head of the journalism institute of University Miguel Hernández and imim‘s host in Elche/Spain, chose a drastic metaphor to visualize what is currently going on in the media … Continue reading
47 questions to survey the attitude towards a multimedia newsroom: that’s what Dieter Bornemann evaluated in an online questionnaire among his colleagues at the Austrian public broadcaster ORF. Dieter is not only their elected spokesperson but also a first-cohort student … Continue reading
“First we take Manhattan, then we take Berlin”? For imim students, this Leonard Cohen song would have to be sung the other way around: After having met at Berlin University for Professional Studies last week, they will meet again in … Continue reading
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Thursday evening, Jan-Eric Peters, editor-in-chief of Die Welt, joined imim students and faculty during their Berlin attendance block for a background talk. “We still are at the beginning of the digital revolution”, Peters said. His publications’ editorial and production team (online, … Continue reading
At the end of each year, Nic Newman, who is a Visiting Fellow at Oxford’s Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism and lecturer at imim, looks back. And then he looks ahead — and shares his predictive insights in … Continue reading
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.
After last evening’s graduation celebrations of the first cohort, Wolfgang Blau stayed with the new imim Master’s students for a question & answer session on Thursday morning. Together with program director Andy Kaltenbrunner and Poynter affiliate Bill Mitchell the group talked about … Continue reading
On Sunday, March 3rd, Lucy Küng kicked off IMIM’s fifth module (“International Media Innovation Management”) in Vienna: with a case-study on the (mis-) management of the BBC during last autumn’s Jimmy Savile scandal followed by false allegations of a former … Continue reading