Christine Walley, Professor of Anthropology at MIT, will present an overview of the Exit Zero Project, which “seeks to recapture the stories of a region traumatized by de-industrialization.”
Alum Sam Ford and Fusion colleague Federico Rodriguez Tarditi discuss what they have learned from their experiments exploring new ways of telling stories, new approaches to building relationships with key publics, new ways of working internally, and new types of roles/positions in the company.
Sam Ford and Federico Rodriguez Tarditi discuss Fusion Media Group’s experiments with exploring new ways of telling stories, relationships with key publics, and new types of roles/positions in the company.
One of the key focus areas for news organizations as they move forward with engagement should be to develop policies and internal guidelines for how to handle some of the risks of engagement.
“If we want to make sense of new algorithmic industries, we’ll need to understand how they make sense of themselves.”
Drawing on years of fieldwork with the developers of algorithmic music recommenders, Seaver describes how people make sense of new kinds of jobs.
Amanda Lotz on what transpired when the long anticipated face off between “new media” and television finally took place in 2010.