Everybody does everything. The case of Norway
Journalists need to be in constant recycling, mainly due to the fast pace of technological advancements in the audiovisual panorama.
The NRK Nordland station explains their versatile and flexible work system, currently deemed as one of the most advanced in Europe.
Tone Kunst, head of NRK Nordland, Norway
Harald Krogtoft, VJ, NRK Nordland, Norway
John Inge Johansen, VJ, NRK Nordland, Norway
Moderator: Gerard Schuiteman, Roos, the Netherlands
An overview of the work completed by the trainees during their time in Santiago.
MoJo - Mobile Journalism
The advances in mobile journalism already being implemented. Greater flexibility with lower cost and high quality broadcast are the main characteristics. It´s the revolutionary new method for information recording, editing and transmission. Expert professionals share their knowledge and experience with the mobile journalists of the future.
Glen Mulcahy, RTE, Ireland
Marc Settle, BBC College of Journalism, United Kingdom
Moderator: Karol Cioma, CIRCOM Regional
Computer assisted investigative reporting
The session focused on how to use data for journalism – in special investigations and on a daily basis. Examples from around the world ilustrated how using Excel and other database tools can improve the work of journalists and help them find unique stories. During the session the audience could learn to use data for journalism analysis and presentations and also how to publish interactive applications and visualizations on the web. The speaker stressed the importance of journalists and developers working together, side by side.
Helena Bengtsson, SVT , Sweden
Moderator: Domagoj Novokmet, HRT, Croatia
TV scenarios for a convergent world
Non-linear TV and online challenge - Where is the European TV Industry heading to?
One of the main European experts in television strategy and regulatory consulting set the scene of linear and non-linear TV, especially within the European broadcasting model. The evolution so far shows the fragmentation of the linear TV audiences and the explosion of non-linear TV. Let’s take a glance at the perspectives of both models and at the key issues of the regulation in the European Union.
Lluis Borrell, Analysys Mason, United Kingdom
Moderator: Nadia Kerwat, RAI, Italy
Various multifunctional journalism experiences that are already operating in Europe were be analysed. The versatility of newsrooms is a fact and a need in today’s journalism. Genres are being transmitted on TV, radio, online platforms and mobile devices, and this requires changes and adaptations in the media and its professionals.
Marjo Ahonen, YLE, Finland
Balazs Bende, MTVA, Hungary
Yves Thiran, RTBF, Belgium
David Holdsworth, BBC, United Kingdom
Moderator: Joe Reddington, RTE, Ireland
Can PSB be privately managed? The case of Portugal
An outline about the much anticipated restructuring plan of Rádio e Televisão de Portugal (RTP), which is taking place this year. According to the new RTP board of directors, this plan and some other measures will avoid the possibility of privatization. Hence, RTP will continue to be the most important public value reference in the Portuguese TV landscape.
Alberto da Ponte, President of RTP, Portugal
Moderator: Fernando Ojea, TVG, Galicia, Spain
The future of European PSBs
A debate on where are the Public Service Broadcasters heading to from two different (but not necessarily conflicting) points of view: the states and the regions
Roberto Suárez, Manager of Media Intelligence Service, EBU
Johan Linden, Secretary General of CIRCOM Regional
Moderator: Dan Tschernia, Lorry, Denmark
Finding the Camino. The case study of Spain
Economic crisis, cutbacks, persistent questioning of the model, a non-stop technological evolution... There are many challenges in the way ahead for Spain’s regional television, developed in the framework of long-established autonomous communities, some of them with a strong identity and their own language. How can Spanish regional public service broadcasters adapt to this situation? Have they found their Camino?
Antonio Virgili, President of FORTA
Iván de Cristóbal, Accenture
Ricardo Vaca, Barlovento Comunicación
Moderator: Xosé Pereira, dean of the Faculty of Communication
The need for regional identity
The role of PSB European regions, with their territorial, cultural and linguistic diversity, are a source of the strength of people’s identity which help to promote the European citizenship and democracy. The regional Public Service Broadcasters contribute to develop society creating links between different cultures, stimulating the education and fostering multilingualism. What are the media needs to carry out these objectives? Confluence among regional media and official institutions is the great challenge nowadays.
Pascal Goergen, Secretary General of the Assembly of European Regions (AER)
David Holdsworth, Controller for English Regions BBC, United Kingdom
Philipe Cayla, President of Euronews Development
Konstantinos D. Bliatkas, General Director, ERT-3, Greece
Olov Carlsson, Managing Director of News and Sports, SVT, Sweden
Rosa Vilas, Managing Director of TVG Galicia, Spain
Moderator: Johan Linden, Secretary General CIRCOM Regional
Alberto Núñez Feijóo, President of Xunta de Galicia (regional government)
Jacques Briquemont, President CIRCOM Regional
Angel Currás, mayor of Santiago de Compostela
Alfonso Sánchez Izquierdo, General Director CRTVG
Juan Casares Long, Chancelor of the University of Santiago de Compostela