NEWS WORLD COMPLETES ITS NEXT GENERATION PLANS
News World has finalised the programme for its innovative Next Generation initiative – a series of top level discussions and debates designed to bring media academics, their students and industry professionals together for the first time. The sessions are all carefully scheduled so that Next Generation delegates don’t miss a moment of the main News World debates and also have plenty of time to visit an exhibition crammed with the leading edge technologies that drive the news business.
Here are the specially-tailored Next Generation events.
You can also take a look at the complete News World agenda.
TUESDAY NOVEMBER 19
1015-1045 WELCOME TO NEWS WORLD: THE NEXT GENERATION
A chance for our academic delegates to meet and greet each other – and the News World team behind the mastereclass initiative.
1530-1630 NEXT GENERATION: DATELINE AFRICA
Salim Amin, son of the late and legendary cameraman Mohamed Amin and now running Africa’s largest news agency, Camerapix, talks about the challenges of covering a continent as large, diverse, daunting and dangerous as Africa.
WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 20
1015-1115 NEXT GENERATION: BEYOND THE CAMPUS
How university media departments are taking their communications skills off campus and intro the surrounding cities, turning private study into public service as part of their course work.
1215-1315 THE NEXT GENERATION DEBATE
Are universities producing the right courses – and the right graduates – to serve the fast-changing and ever more technologically complex world of journalism? An opportunity for the educators and employers to compare notes and chart the way forward.
THURSDAY NOVEMBER 21
1030-1115 NEXT GENERATION: DODGING DANGER
Andy Kain, of the hostile environment training company AKE, on the growing dangers facing journalists trying to operate in war zones and unstable countries. A follow-up to the morning’s main session on investigating the death of journalists.
1115-1245 AVENGING TERROR
A fitting finale to both the Next Generation sessions and the Documentary Showcase season that has been running alongside it, as News World delegates come together for an absorbing master class in the art of documentary making from Brian Lapping and Norma Percy, makers of the revelatory Avenging Terror series on the building of George W Bush’s “coalition against terror.”
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