Online Journalism and Multimedia: A brief overview from the classroom to the newsroom practices
Date: 15 March 2021
The main goal of this webinar is to think about online journalism practices nowadays, taking into account the use of multimedia resources typically used by students and journalists in their editorial projects. Although the huge amount of references about online journalism in the last two decades, online media companies still remain to have editorial options engaged with classic models, namely from the press, replying to the uncritical ‘shovelware’ model from the past. Through a few examples from well-known online journals and some academic projects, we intend to evaluate the use of the online journalism guidelines already published by many authors in the last decades.
Paulo Frias Costa, University of Porto
Professor of Science Communication Bachelor and Master Degree, in the PhD on Information and Communication in Digital Platforms, in Multimedia Master Degree and in the PhD on Digital Media at University of Porto.
Researcher in Communication Sciences at CETAC.MEDIA, focused in online journalism, cyberculture, social media and storytelling for online media. Has developed some research work about specific working fields like blogs, social networking, microblogging, virtual worlds, online journalism and news consumption, where it’s possible to explore new narratives and new communicational paradigms. Vice-Director of P3 Project, a partnership between the University of Porto and the portuguese newspaper Público.
Slides used during the presentation are available here.