Monday, May 08, 2006

The Challenge: Make News Conversations Happen

It’s one thing to acknowledge that active, connected information consumers are challenging traditional journalism models by demanding that the news be a conversation not a lecture. It’s quite another to translate that into a regular, viable news product.

That’s exactly what the BBC World Service set out to do with ‘World Have Your Say’ which engages in a ‘global conversation’ every night on the radio between 1800-1900 GMT and 24 hours a day via their website.

Online specialist Kevin Anderson, a key member of the programme team (and contributor to Corante) , will discuss the nitty gritty of making the programme happen - and reflect critically on the lessons learned to date - during the third Journalism Leaders’ Forum at the University of Central Lancashire on May 23rd .

The roundtable discussion chaired by Mike Ward, author of Journalism Online and head of the Department of Journalism at UCLan, forms part of the residential week programme for participants in UCLan’s Journalism Leaders Programme. View the Webcast live from 6pm BST here and join the online chat.

For more information about the Journalism Leaders Programme, read what the participants have had to say or contact the course leader François Nel by email or Skype (francoisnel).

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