Video recordings from the 24th International Symposium on Online Journalism (ISOJ) are now available online to watch at any time, from anywhere in the world.
Did you miss a session? Need to review an insight from one of the 76 speakers from 18 countries?
The English video recordings are also linked on the ISOJ 2023 archive at isoj.org. Transcripts of each session are forthcoming.
Held from April 14 to 15 on the University of Texas at Austin campus, ISOJ 2023 featured 76 speakers and 20 hours of programming. It attracted more than 1,100 people from around the globe both in person and online.
Featured keynote speakers were Joseph Kahn, executive editor at The New York Times; Janelle Rodriguez, executive vice president, NBC News; Jon Kelly, co-founder and editor-in-chief of Puck; and Yusuf Omar, co-founder of Seen.tv (based in Australia and several other countries).
Speakers addressed topics like the impact of generative artificial intelligence on journalism, sustainability of local news, covering the climate crisis, reporting from exile, building successful journalism business models, combating misinformation, and more.
ISOJ is an annual conference held to discuss the impact of the digital revolution on journalism. It bridges the gap between academia and the news industry with the participation of journalists, media executives and scholars from around the world.