Pakhuis de Zwijger (grote zaal) | Amsterdam
September 10 2019
reception 19:30 | start 20:00 | closing 22:30
Free news, fake news, deep fakes, data, digitization. Developments in the media world are going so fast that they can hardly be kept up with by classic news media. In this field of tension between the technologically possible and journalistic desirable, the public is meanwhile more demanding and erratic than ever before.
Which developments should news media embrace? What do they leave behind? How do value, truth and meaning survive in this cauldron?
DIT WORDT HET NIEUWS focuses on these questions during a stimulating meeting in which experts from the arts, technology and journalism look at the news provision of the future. They investigate how they can reinforce each other to cope with the constantly changing relationship between media and public. Established news media are both subject and judges at the same time: they are overloaded with ideas, innovations and good advice and are asked to assess them.
Jury and Speakers
- Mark Deuze
Professor of Media Studies, University of Amsterdam
- Constant Dullaart
- Mieke Gerritzen
Founder Image Society, former Director MOTI and Head of the Design Department Sandberg Instituut
- Lara Ankersmit
Deputy Editor in Chief Digital Het Financieele Dagblad and former Head of Digital Media NOS
- Sigrid Gulix
Editorial Coordinator Apache (BE)
- Pieter Klok
Editor in Chief De Volkskrant
- Justien Marseille
Trend Researcher The Future Institute
- Koert van Mensvoort
Philosopher, Artist and Scientist Next Nature
- Rene Moerland
Editor in Chief NRC
- Suzan Verberne
Assistant Professor LIACS, Leiden University
- Nick Waters
Open Source Researcher Bellingcat (UK)
The event will be moderated by IJsbrand van Veelen. Eva Hilhorst (Drawing the Times) will be live illustrator during this evening.
Interested in joining this DIT WORDT HET NIEUWS? The entrance is 15 euros per person. Reservations can be made here.
DIT WORDT HET NIEUWS is an initiative of ACED and Clever°Franke. The event was honored with a grant from Amsterdams Fonds voor de Kunst and is sponsored by Stimuleringsfonds voor de Journalistiek.