Agenda 2019


09:30-18:15

Host

HOST

Astrid Rolle



09:30-09:45

Welcome address

Nina Klaß

Head of nextMedia.Hamburg


Dr. Carsten Brosda

Senator and head of the Hamburg Authority for Culture and Media



09:45-10:00

Scoop Award

SCOOP AWARD

Laudatory Speech: Anita Zielina, Director of Innovation and Leadership at City University of New York



10:00-10:30

Keynote

SHAZNA NESSA
Head of Visuals, The Wall Street Journal

 

Flipping the journalism paradigm with textured storytelling and design at the center

Jigar Mehta


10:30-11:00

Keynote

JEREMY CAPLAN

Director of Education, Tow-Knight Center for Entrepreneurial Journalism, City University of New York

 

New Tools and Trends for Visual Storytelling



11:00-11:30

Break

COFFEE BREAK



11:30-12:00

Keynote

ALAN RUSBRIDGER

Principal of Lady Margaret Hall, University of Oxford

 

Breaking News: How to regain trust in a world of information chaos

Vasily Gatov


12:00-12:30

Keynote

HELGE BIRKELUND

Vice President of Sports, Amedia

 

How Amedia pivoted from a trad print newspaper company to a #1 sport broadcaster



12:30-13:30

Break

LUNCH BREAK



13:30-14:30

Special

MEDIA LIFT PITCHES: INNOVATIVE GESCHÄFTSIDEEN AUS DEM INKUBATOR VON NEXTMEDIA.HAMBURG

 

The teams of the nextMedia.Hamburg incubator program present their projects.



14:30-15:30

Short Sessions Track I.

Short Sessions Track I.

 

Session 1:
Google News Initiative – Juan Labourt
„Understanding your audience - introduction to News Consumer Insights and Real Content Insights“
Notice: Workshop language is English

 

Session 2:
Jeremy Caplan
„Hands On with New Tools for Visual Storytelling”
Notice: Workshop language is English and runs nonstop from 2:30 til 4:50 p.m.

 

Session 3:
HHLab – Joachim Dreykluft, Barbara Maas & Marlene Borchardt
„Neu denken statt meckern: Wir bauen eine Medienutopie“
Notice: This workshop runs nonstop from 2:30 til 4:50 p.m.

 

Session 4:
ZEIT ONLINE – Martin Schön & Milan Bargiel
„Das Ende der Bauklötzchen - Warum wir unserer eigenes CMS hackbar gemacht haben“

 

Session 5:

dpa & Funke Digital - Katja Fleischmann & Christian Pieper
„Story driven Reader Revenue: Nutzer mit den richtigen Inhalten zu zahlenden Kunden machen“



15:50-16:50

Short Sessions Track II.

Short Sessions Track II.

 

Session 1:
Google News Initiative – Juan Labourt
„Understanding your audience - introduction to News Consumer Insights and Real Content Insights“
Notice: Workshop language is English

 

Session 2:
Jeremy Caplan
„Hands On with New Tools for Visual Storytelling”
Notice: Workshop language is English and runs nonstop from 2:30 til 4:50 p.m.

 

Session 3:
HHLab – Joachim Dreykluft, Barbara Maas & Marlene Borchardt
„Neu denken statt meckern: Wir bauen eine Medienutopie“
Notice: This workshop runs nonstop from 2:30 til 4:50 p.m.

 

Session 4:
ZEIT ONLINE – Martin Schön & Milan Bargiel
„Das Ende der Bauklötzchen - Warum wir unserer eigenes CMS hackbar gemacht haben“

 

Session 5:

dpa & Funke Digital - Katja Fleischmann & Christian Pieper
„Story driven Reader Revenue: Nutzer mit den richtigen Inhalten zu zahlenden Kunden machen“



17:00-17:30

Break

COFFEE BREAK



17:30-18:15

Discussion

FINAL DISCUSSION

Wrap-up of the day

 

Anita Zielina

Director of News Innovation and Leadership, Craig Newmark Graduate School of Journalism at CUNY


Romanus Otte

Executive Publisher, Business Insider Deutschland


Peter Kropsch

CEO, Deutsche Presse-Agentur dpa

 

Astrid Maier

Editor in Chief, XING

 

Marco Fenske

Editor in Chief, RedaktionsNetzwerk Deutschland (RND)



18:15-20:00

Get-Together

GET-TOGETHER