Posts Tagged ‘ mainz ’

Guerilla Bar – A story I wish I’d told

Sometimes it is more important that a story gets told than that you are able to tell it yourself…

Flyer for the Goodbye party of the Inter II Bar

Being a student at the University of Mainz, this matter is, of course, close to my heart!:
In the last couple of years, all the dorms on campus have been closed Continue reading

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5 Things Good and Bad about the Journalism Conference #SDJT10

If you want to talk about the future of your profession – you gotta be in the present, not the past!

I’m still a “stranger” in the world of journalism, trying to find my place there. Still, interestingly, the things most interesting for me happened on the back channel.

Here’s what I took from the “Süddeutscher Journalistentag“:

  1. Useful information on setting up business as a Journalist Continue reading

Presserecht Interviews

Auf dem Süddeutschen Journalistentag in Mainz wurde Im Forum “Recherche” wurde eben viel über die Autorisierung von Interviews diskutiert.

Für mich ging die diskussion zu schnell zu Ende:
Was ist denn nun Sache? Wann muss ein Interview auorisiert werden? Wie schränkt das die kritische Auseinandersetzung ein? Und welche Praxistipps gibt es für Journalisten?

The Floor is open:

SDJT programm

I’m going to the Süddeutscher Journalistentag (Journalism conference) at the ZDF in Mainz tomorrow. Unfortunately, registration closed as of yesterday, but if you want infos (if we have internet, maybe even livetweets) from one of the panels, let me know 🙂

The program is pretty neat! Check out the Program on the official web page

I’m looking forward especially to the Forum “Crossmedia”: Björn Eichstädt (Storymaker GmbH; who has the most amazing photos from Japan by the way!), Ibrahim Evsan (Author), Amir Kassaei (DDB Group Germany) and Björn Sievers (Focus Online). This is going to rock and Heike Rost will lead the talk! Let’s roll!