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Catching the buzz at PodTech – A session at the Innovation Journalism-conference at Stanford May 22, 2007

Posted by John in Technology.

So today it started, this years International Conference on Innovation Journalism at Stanford University. The conference is the peak (and the most social event) of the yearly innovation journalism-program – which is the reason why I’m right now working at PodTech. I, Tina Magnergard Bjers, am an innovation journalism-fellow from Sweden, at home I’m a journalist with Swedens National News Agency TT

Tomorrow (Tuesday at 2pm) I’m presenting a session on the future of media called Caching the buzz at PodTech – a taste of tomorrow’s newsroom. It’s based on my subjective experiences when entering into the world of PodTech – check it out here. I’ve also made a small podcast to kick off of the presentation:

[podtech content=http://media1.podtech.net/media/2007/05/PID_011369/Podtech_Tina_Change_Journalism.flv&postURL=http://www.podtech.net/home/3106/how-will-web-20-change-journalism&totalTime=123000&breadcrumb=35aef46e-5251-4d75-8666-d914ee226e09]

Participating in the panel are PodTechs Founder and CEO John Furrier, TT’s managing editor Mats Johansson and Daniel Kreiss, a Ph.D student in Stanford’s Department of Communication studying the intersection of technology, politics and journalism. We all hope to see you there!

By Tina Magnergard Bjers


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