Blogging in whose business ? Un début de réponse ce weekend à Bristol !

La gare de Bristol Temple Meads

La gare de Bristol Temple Meads

J’ai l’honneur d’être invité par Wayne Powell (University of the West of England – UWE Bristol) à participer  au Royaume-Uni à  un week-end de débats et de discussions autour du blogging.

L’événement est organisé par MediaWise, le projet européén MediaAct project (UWE), et le  NUJ New Media Industrial Council.

   

En introduction, un merveilleux tweet du magnat des médias :

 

Quand : Vendredi 27 – Samedi 28 Juillet 2012

Où? Watershed Media Centre & the Pervasive Media Studio, Bristol 

Voici le programme, dans la langue de Shakespeare :

Friday 27 July: Watershed Media Centre

7pm-8.30pm – Blogging is whose business?

Introductory session plus: Why blog – to set the agenda, earn a living, challenge the mainstream? And what are the quality control issues?

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Saturday 28 July: Pervasive Media Studio, Watershed Media Centre

10am – Regulating the mainstream and the margins

A chance to display and discuss the relative values of online regulatory mechanisms including the NUJ ‘kitemark’ and the Corrigo technique.

11.30am – Talking together

Creating an international forum for and about bloggers – to share techniques, achievements, problems etc.

1pm-2pm – Lunch (a set menu will be provided at the start of the day for you to choose from)

2pm – Protecting free speech

Is the blogosphere a free for all or could it benefit from solidarity and organisation at a national or transnational level?

Les participants:

Joan Canela Barrull – manager of www.mèdia.cat

Steve Baxter – New Statesman www.newstatesman.com/blogs/steven-baxter & Enemies of Reason www.enemiesofreason.co.uk  

Gilles Bruno– L’Observatoire des medias www.observatoiredesmedias.com

Sean Dodson – senior lecturer in journalism at Leeds Metropolitan 

Ronnie Grob – contributor to www.bildblog.de 

Gary Herman – NUJ New Media Industrial Council –  keywordsassociates.com

Philip Hunt – member of the National Union of Journalists’ New Media Industrial Council, blogger at www.shoeman.eu

Tim Ireland – www.bloggerheads.com

Mike Jempson – Director, www.mediawise.org.uk; senior lecturer in journalism, UWE; lead researcher for UWE on www.mediaact.eu

Eleanor Lisney – member of the National Union of Journalists’ New Media Industrial Council

Kristine Lowe – founder of Norwegian Online News Association (NONA),    blogs at http://kristinelowe.blogs.com

Will Moy – Director, www.fullfact.org

Sian Norrishttp://sianandcrookedrib.blogspot.co.uk

Sylwia Presley – GlobalVoices http://globalvoicesonline.org/author/sylwia-presley

Tobias Reitz & Kersten Riechers – www.corrigo.org

Steve Riley – www.fivechinesecrackers.com

Martin RobbinsThe Guardian’s Lay Scientist www.guardian.co.uk/science/the-lay-scientist

Tom Schaffer www.zurpolitik.at

Tim Tarrant – senior lecturer in Filmmaking and Creative Media at UWE Bristol

Judith Townend – journalist and researcher www.jtownend.com 

Christina Zaba – journalist

Tomas Rawlings Tomas is creative director at Auroch Digital and design director at Red Wasp Design.

 


2 Comments

  • AdA
    28 juillet 2012

    Ce n’est pas l’université de Bristol mais l’université de l’Angleterre de l’ouest sise dans la banlieue de Bristol certes. Elles n’ont rien à voir…. 

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