Knowledge reservoir

All lectures in the “Virtual SciCon Series” will be recorded and transcribed to enable people to read the lecture as well as watch the video. We will thus create a knowledge reservoir revolving around the conference topics.

New Ways of Funding Science Media: Massive Science / higgs
(11th February 2021)

Nadja Oertelt: Co-Founder & CEO, Massive Science
Beat Glogger: Founder & Editor-in-Chief, higgs

Best Practice Market-based Financing: Mediapart / (4 February 2021)

Esther Alonso: Membership and Development Director,
Donatien Huet: Editor & Head of Future Lab, Mediapart

New ways of funding journalism: Die Republik / RiffReporter
(28th January 2021)

**Please note that this lecture was held in German**

Richard Höchner: co-founder & head of Community+ at Die Republik
Christian Schwägerl: co-founder & board member of RiffReporter

Best Practice Foundation-based Financing: Quanta Magazine/Undark/SMC
(18th November 2020)

Deborah Blum: Publisher of Undark Magazine & Director of the Knight Science Journalism Program at MIT
Thomas Lin: Editor-in-Chief & Founder, Quanta Magazine
Volker Stollorz: Chief Editor & Managing Director, Science Media Center Germany (SMC)

Future-Proofing journalism – ideas for the digital age
(9th November 2020

Chris Anderson: Professor of Media and Communication, University of Leeds

Journalism Without Profit: Why We Need Public Journalism
(28th October 2020)

Magda Konieczna: Assistant Professor Journalism Department, Temple University Philadelphia

Saving the Media – A new business model for media in the crisis
(26 October 2020)

Julia Cagé: Assistant Professor in Economics, Sciences Po Paris

What can governments learn from the media crisis in UK?
(14th October 2020)

Dame Frances Cairncross: economist, journalist and Senior Fellow at the School of Public Policy (UCLA)

Democracy Without Journalism? (7th October 2020)

Victor Pickard: Professor of Media Policy and Political Economy at the Annenberg School for Communication

Journalism and Democracy in the Digital Age (1 October 2020)

Tom Rosenstiel: executive director of the American Press Institute