Venue: Oak Lounge, Tresidder Memorial Union (map/picture ), 459 Lagunita Drive, Stanford


DOUGLAS ENGELBART/ Introduced by JOHN MARKOFF: Augmenting the collective IQ of societies. (Video available)
Doug Engelbart is known as the father of the concept of the personal computer, and inventor of the computer mouse. He is a proponent of the development and use of computers and networks to build collective intelligence that can solve the world's problems. (read more in Wikipedia). John Markoff is a senior writer for The New York Times. (read bio )

CURTIS CARLSON: The discipline of innovation
Curtis Carlson is the president of SRI International. (read bio )

KEYNOTE PANEL: What must the news industry do to remain relevant in the innovation economy?
Michael Kanellos, Editor-at-Large, CNET News.com; John Furrier, CEO, PodTech.net; Noam Lemelshtrich Latar, Dean Sammy Ofer School of Communication, IDC; Nils Öhman, Dep.Managing Editor, Dagens Nyheter; David Nordfors, Program Leader Innovation Journalism, Stanford/VINNOVA. Moderator: Jan Sandred, Program Manager, VINNOVA .


Harry McCracken: Ethics in Innovation Journalism
Harry McCracken is Editor-in-Chief of PC World

G. Pascal Zachary: Covering Innovation Globally
G. Pascal Zachary is a senior writer for Business 2.0 and a visiting lecturer at Stanford University


The Fourth Conference on Innovation Journalism was a gathering for professionals to discuss the interaction between journalism and innovation, including how innovation is changing the profession and business of journalism, how to cover innovation in the news, and how journalism links innovation with society. Target participants for the conference included journalists, professionals connected to the media/communications industry, innovation experts, students, and researchers.

The aim of the conference was to improve the understanding of how journalism and innovation drive each other, and to identify the key components of innovation journalism. This will involve looking at the innovation ecosystem as a playing field for journalism and choosing strategies that will allow media outlets to deliver quality news using the latest technology and to thrive in a competitive marketplace.

Conference Executive Committee:

  • David Nordfors, Conference Chair / Publisher of proceedings
  • Thomas Frostberg, Journalism
  • Erika Ingvald, Journalism
  • Jan Sandred, Journalism, Public Policy
  • Alisa Weinstein, Journalism, Public Policy
  • Turo Uskali, Research, Editor - academic papers
  • Johanna Mansor, Conference planner


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