Conference Programme

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Monday, July 4th


08:00 - 09:00 · Conference registration
[School of Communication main hall]


09:00 - 09:30 · Official Opening [plenary session – Room 5]
09:30 - 10:30 · Keynote: The changing landscape of journalism, by Aidan White, Journalist, former Secretary General of the International Federation of Journalists (IFJ), 1987-2011. Introduced by Ramón Salaverría, University of Navarra [plenary session – Room 5]

10:30 - 11:00 · Coffee break [Main hall]

11:00 - 12:30 · Paper panels 1-4 [parallel sessions]

Paper panel 1 | Journalism and politics
Room 1 | Monday, July 4th, 11.00–12.30 h.
Chair: Anna Tous‐Rovirosa, Autonomous University of Barcelona
  • Audience participation motivated by media politics
    Annika Sehl, Michael Steinbrecher
    Institute of Journalism, TU Dortmund University. Dortmund, Germany

  • Follow‐Up of Two Main Spanish Political Figures During a Month of Campaigning Prior to Local Elections in May, 2011, Using Nostracker‐System
    Francisco Campos Freire, Doris Fernandes del Pozo
    Facultad de CC de la Comunicación, Universidad de Santiago de Compostela. Santiago de Compostela, Spain

  • Online news' comments: A sense of community from an ethical and legal perspective
    Carlos Ruiz Caballero, Javier Díaz Noci, Pere Masip, Josep Lluís Micó, David Domingo, Koldo Meso
    Ramon Llull University. Barcelona, Spain

  • Social networks and journalism: how audiences can set the media agenda
    Ricardo Morais
    Faculty Arts and Letters, Department of Communication and Arts, University of Beira Interior. Covilhã, Portugal

Paper panel 2 | Media convergence
Room 2 | Monday, July 4th, 11.00–12.30 h.
Chair: Samuel Negredo, University of Navarra
  • Convergence and Diversity
    Susanne Kinnebrock, Sonja Kretzschmar
    Institute for Language and Communication Studies, RWTH Aachen University, Germany. Aachen, Germany

  • Mass Media and Multimedia Convergence: A Research Proposal for Content Analysis in Spanish Online Newspapers
    Manuel de la Fuente Soler, Germán Llorca Abad, Lluís Codina Bonilla, Javier Díaz Noci
    Departament de Teoria dels Llenguatges i Ciències de la Comunicació, Facultat de Filologia, Traducció i Comunicació, Universitat de València
    Valencia, Spain

  • Position, strategy and future of regional news media
    Marco van Kerkhoven, Piet Bakker
    University of Applied Sciences Utrecht
    Utrecht, Netherlands

  • Towards converging media structures?
    Bernd Blöbaum, Eva Kanthack and Hannah Middendorf
    Department of Communication, University of Muenster. Muenster, Germany

Paper panel 3 | Journalism practice in the World
Room 3 | Monday, July 4th, 11.00–12.30 h.
Chair: Teresa La Porte, University of Navarra
  • Producing a New(s) View of the Arab World? Studying the Professional Knowledge and Practices of Al Jazeera Journalists.
    Maiya Al Habsi
    Media and mass communication, Leicester University. Leicester, United Kingdom

  • The Absence of Americanisation—media systems development in six developed democracies, 2000-2009
    Rasmus Kleis Nielsen
    Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism, Oxford University . Oxford, England

  • The Global Journalist in the 21st Century: A Comparative Look at the Backgrounds, Beliefs and Values of Journalists Around the World
    Lars Willnat, David Weaver
    School of Journalism, Indiana University . Bloomington, IN, United States

  • What Shapes the News around the World? How journalists in 18 countries perceive influences on their work
    Thomas Hanitzsch, Claudia Mellado
    Institute of Communication Studies and Media Research, University of Munich. Munich, Germany
    University of Santiago. Santiago, Chile

Paper panel 4 | Standards of journalism practice
Room 4 | Monday, July 4th, 11.00–12.30 h.
Chair: Avelino Amoedo, University of Navarra
  • French war correspondence: An original model of journalism or a case of Americanization/globalization of norms and practices?
    Sandrine Boudana
    Media, Culture and Communication, Steinhardt School, New York University. New York City, United States

  • User‐Generated Content in online print journalism: Literature review and suggestions for a new research agenda
    Dimitra L Milioni, Venetia Papa, Konstantinos Vadratsikas
    Cyprus University of Technology. Limassol, Cyprus

  • Narratology of (online) news
    Javier Díaz Noci, Anna Tous Rovirosa
    Pompeu Fabra University . Barcelona, Spain

  • The influence of Anglo-American Journalism in the Spanish Journalism tradition
    Fernando López Pan
    Proyectos Periodísticos, School of Communication, University of Navarra. Pamplona, Spain

  • Photojournalistic coverage of Portuguese women MP's
    Fernando López Pan
    Proyectos Periodísticos, School of Communication, University of Navarra. Pamplona, Spain.

12:30 - 14:00 · Lunch [buffet at the School of Communication's cafeteria]

14:00 - 15:30 · Paper panels 5-8 [parallel sessions]


Paper panel 5 | Inside the newsroom
Room 1 | Monday, July 4th, 14.00–15.30 h.
Chair: Samuel Negredo, University of Navarra
  • Maps of the technologies available in the phases of the communication process
    Cabrera González, Mª Ángeles, Rojo Villada, Pedro Antonio; Bernal Triviño, Ana Isabel
    Departament of Journalism, University of Malaga . Malaga, Spain

  • Media companies and their adoption of radical technologies
    Ricardo Leiva
    School of Communication, University of Navarra . Pamplona, Spain

  • Still specific ? – The press agency AFP among the diversity of colleagues, partners and amateurs, in the digital era
    Jeremie Nicey
    Lab. CIM, Univ. Paris 3 Sorbonne Nouvelle. Paris, France

  • Diversity in journalism approaches: Media’s search to take “the man on the street” into account
    Yael de Haan
    Amsterdam School of Communication Research. Amsterdam, The Netherlands

Paper panel 6 | Online journalism
Room 2 | Monday, July 4th, 14.00–15.30 h.
Chair: Ramón Salaverría, University of Navarra
  • Changing news formats in online newspapers
    Panu Uotila
    Department of Communication, University of Jyväskylä. Jyväskylä, Finland

  • Diversity in news linking styles: a case study of ElPaís.com
    Ramón Salaverría
    Journalism Projects Department; School of Communication, University of Navarra . Pamplona, Spain

  • To link or not to link? An ethnographic inquiry into newsroom dynamics
    Juliette De Maeyer
    Dpt of Information and Communication Sciences, Université Libre de Bruxelles (ULB). Brussels, Belgium

Paper panel 7 | Digital challenges for journalism practice
Room 3 | Monday, July 4th, 14.00–15.30 h.
Chair: Charo Sádaba, University of Navarra
  • Getting personal: Personification vs. data-journalism as an international trend in reporting about Wikileaks
    Andrea Czepek Jade
    University of Applied Sciences, Media Management and Journalism . Wilhelmshaven, Germany

  • How the media covered and released WikiLeaks's diplomatic cables? Analysis of the news production process and implications for investigative journalism
    Miguel Carvajal, José Alberto García Avilés, José Luis González
    Universidad Miguel Hernández. Elche, Spain

  • Investigative journalism and transparency: three cases of study
    Juan Luis Manfredi Sánchez
    IE University . Segovia, Spain

  • Media and journalists in Twitter: Corporatizing the personal and personalizing the professional
    Alberto López-Hermida Russo, Cecilia Claro Montes
    Facultad de Comunicación, Universidad de los Andes (Chile) Santiago, Chile

Paper panel 8 | Gender and social diversity on journalism
Room 4 | Monday, July 4th, 14.00–15.30 h.
[This panel has been cancelled after last minute programme changes. The papers have been located in other panels.]

15:30 - 16:00 · Coffee break

16:00 - 17:30 · Paper panels 9-12 [parallel sessions]


Paper panel 9 | Foreign news in the age of diversity
Room 1 | Monday, July 4th, 16.00–17.30 h.
Chair: Teresa La Porte, University of Navarra
  • Changing relations in the Kingdom of the Netherlands, 2005-2010: A comparison of coverage and mutual representation in Aruban, Curaçaoan and Dutch newspapers
    Birgit Kreykenbohm
    University of Aruba. Oranjestad, Aruba

  • Diversification of Foreign News Reporting: The example of Foreign Correspondents based in Turkey
    Eylem Yanardagoglu
    Bahcesehir University. Istanbul, Turkey

  • International On-Line News. A mediological analysis of diversity versus the traditional
    Anna Tous-Rovirosa
    Department of Journalism and Communication Sciences, Autonomous University of Barcelona. Barcelona, Spain

  • Journalism and global governance: the portrayal of non-state political actors
    Teresa La Porte
    Public Communication Department. School of Communication. University of Navarra. Pamplona, Spain

Paper panel 10 | Journalism and religion
Room 2 | Monday, July 4th, 16.00–17.30 h.
[This panel has been cancelled after last minute programme changes. The papers have been located in other panels.]


Paper panel 11 | Science journalism
Room 3 | Monday, July 4th, 16.00–17.30 h.
Chair: Bienvenido León, University of Navarra
  • Balance as a source of misinformation. A study of the coverage of the Copenhagen summit on climate change in the Spanish press.
    Bienvenido León
    Department of Journalism, School of Communication, University of Navarra. Pamplona, Spain

  • Making Sense Out of Newspaper Humour – The Swine Flu Pandemic in Portugal
    Gonçalo Pereira Rosa
    Centro de Estudos de Comunicação e Cultura, Universidade Católica Portuguesa. Lisbon, Portugal

  • Organized sources: a news-worthiness priority in Health Journalism
    Felisbela Lopes, Teresa Ruão, Sandra Marinho, Rita Araújo
    Communication and Society Research Centre, University of Minho . Braga, Portugal

Paper panel 12 | The changing business of journalism
Room 4 | Monday, July 4th, 16.00–17.30 h.
Chair: Ángel Arrese, University of Navarra
  • News behind the paywall: the editorial strategy of WSJ.com
    Alfonso Vara Miguel
    Media Management Department. School of Journalism. University of Navarra. Pamplona, Spain

  • Spanish media in the App Store. New ways in the iPhone’s Kingdom
    Carlos Toural Bran, Teresa de la Hera Conde-Pumpido
    Universidad de Santiago de Compostela . Santiago de Compostela, Spain

  • Verlagsgruppe Passau, Orkla Media and Mecom – different business strategies in Polish press market
    Adam Szynol
    Institute of Journalism and Social Communication, University of Wroclaw, Poland. Wroclaw, Poland

17:30 - 18:30 · Keynote: Methodological challenges on today’s journalism research, by Maxwell McCombs, Professor, Jesse H. Jones Chair in Communications, University of Texas at Austin. Introduced by Esteban López‐Escobar, University of Navarra [plenary session – Room 5]


19:30 · Reception at the Palacio del Condestable, offered by Pamplona City Council. [Bus transportation from the Conference venue will be at the disposal of Conference attendees]

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Tuesday, July 5th


08:30 - 10:00 · Paper panels 13-16 [parallel sessions]

Paper panel 13 | Broadcast media facing diversity
Room 1 | Tuesday, July 5th, 8.30–10.00 h.
Chair: Alberto N. García, University of Navarra
  • Creating radio waves: lessons from a content analysis of diversity in student journalism
    Nasya Bahfen, Alexandra Wake
    RMIT University. Melbourne, Australia

  • Diversity and deliberativeness in TV news
    Richard van der Wurff, Pieter Verhoeven
    The Amsterdam School of Communications Research ASCoR. Amsterdam, The Netherlands

  • News Continuity of Spanish General-Interest Radio On-Air and on the Internet: An Analysis of the Top Three Reports from 12.00 to 14.00 pm in the 2008/2009 and 2009/2010 Broadcasting Seasons
    Avelino Amoedo, María del Pilar Martínez-Costa, Elsa Moreno
    Department of Journalistic Projects, School of Communication, University of Navarra . Pamplona, Spain

  • The Constitutional Court on the Catalan Statute: Radio Diversities
    Marta Montagut, Enric Castelló
    Department of Communication Studies, Universitat Rovira i Virgili. Reus, Spain

Paper panel 14 | Convergence and the newsroom
Room 2 | Tuesday, July 5th, 8.30–10.00 h.
Chair: Samuel Negredo, University of Navarra
  • News Games and Mobile Journalism: a proposal for a theoretical rapprochement
    Milton Cappelletti Junior
    Department of Communication, University of Vigo. Pontevedra, Spain

  • The growing impact of video in online news genres
    Samuel Negredo Bruna
    Journalism Projects Department, School of Communication, University of Navarra Pamplona, Spain

  • The journalistic message within the convergence framework: a case study analysis of hypertextual news stories in quality online media
    Ainara Larrondo Ureta, Javier Díaz Noci; Irati Agirreazkueanaga Onaindia
    Faculty of Social Sciences and Communication, Univesity of the Basque Country. Bilbao, Spain

  • Tradition and Innovation in Online Journalistic Genres
    Ana Serrano Tellería
    University of Cantabria . Santander, Spain

Paper panel 15 | The future of newspaper journalism
Room 3 | Tuesday, July 5th, 8.30–10.00 h.
Chair: Ramón Salaverría, University of Navarra
  • iPad journalism - revolutionary or a canard?
    Merja Drake
    Haaga-Helia University of Applied Sciences, Journalist Programmes Helsinki, Finland

  • The development of local online journalism in South-Western France: the case of La Dépêche du Midi
    Nikos Smyrnaios, Franck Bousquet
    University of Toulouse. Toulouse, France

  • The Metro revolution and beyond; 15 years of free daily newspapers
    Piet Bakker
    University of Amsterdam . Amsterdam, The Netherlands

Paper panel 16 | Research methodologies for a new media landscape
Room 4 | Tuesday, July 5th, 8.30–10.00 h.
Chair: Francisco Verdera, University of Navarra
  • A multifaceted study of online news diversity: issues and methods
    Emmanuel Marty, Franck Rebillard, Nikos Smyrnaios
    CIM University of Paris 3 / LERASS
    University of Toulouse 3 . Paris, France

  • New methods to analyze journalistic change on a micro-level
    Guido Keel
    Zurich University of Applied Sciences Winterthur, Switzerland

  • Tools to analyze interactivity in online news
    Lluís Codina, Javier Díaz-Noci
    Pompeu Fabra University. Barcelona, Spain

  • The diversity of scholarship on journalism
    Martin Löffelholz, Liane Rothenberger
    Ilmenau University of Technology. Ilmenau, Germany

10:00 - 10:30 · Coffee break

10:30 - 12:00 · Paper panels 17-20 [parallel sessions]

Paper panel 17 | New interpretations of classical concepts of journalism
Room 1 | Tuesday, July 5th, 10.30–12.00 h.
Chair: [To be confirmed]
  • Investigating at the grassroots: An analysis of the Slumlords investigation storytelling strategies
    Carolyne Lunga
    Rhodes University Grahamstown, South Africa

  • Personal communication freedom as a research project
    Sergey G. Korkonosenko
    Faculty of Journalism, St. Petersburg State University. St. Petersburg, Russia

  • The Photography as representation of the real: The visual identity created by images of people in the middle east in the published national geographic
    Daniel Meirinho de Souza
    Universidade Nova de Lisboa - Portugal. Lisbon, Portugal

  • Individual experience as breaking news
    Marina Berezhnaya
    Faculty of Journalism, St. Petersburg State University. St. Petersburg, Russia

Paper panel 18 | Journalism in Eastern Europe
Room 2 | Tuesday, July 5th, 10.30–12.00 h.
Chair: [To be confirmed]
  • Business media in an interstate conflict
    Dmitri Gavra, Alena Savitskaya
    Saint-Petersburg State University Saint-Petersburg, Russia

  • Chasing the Unicorn. Romanian Journalism’s Quest for Quality and Professionalization
    Mihai Coman, Peter Gross, Ilie Rad
    University of Bucharest, Romania. Bucharest, Romania

  • Diverse interpretations of media transparency: reformulating ethical journalism in Ukraine
    Anastasiia Grynko
    Mohyla School of Journalism, National University of Kyiv-Mohyla Academy. Kyiv, Ukraine

  • How does internet influence the professional practices of the gatekeepers? Evidence from a national survey of the Romanian journalists
    Natalia Vasilendiuc
    University of Bucharest . Bucharest, Romania

  • Polish journalists two decades after political transformation: professional standards and values
    Agnieszka Stepinska, Szymon Ossowski
    Faculty of Political Science and Journalism, University of A. Mickiewicz. Poznan, Poland

Paper panel 19 | Journalism in Spain & Portugal
Room 3 | Tuesday, July 5th, 10.30–12.00 h.
Chair: Natalia Rodríguez, University of Navarra
  • European press representations of the Basque soveranist (sic) plan
    Cristina Perales García, Laura Filardo Llamas, Ludivine Thouverez
    Universitat Rovira i Virgili, Tarragona (Communication Department) Torelló (Barcelona), Spain

  • The case of Paritary Parliament: Media visibility of the strategies of the Portuguese parliamentary deputies during the Cavaquismo period (1991/95)
    Ana Cabrera
    Centro de Investigação Media Jornalismo/Faculdade de Ciencias Sociais e Humanas Universidade Nova de Lisboa. Lisbon, Portugal

  • The influence of new persuasive and narrative techniques in local political journalism. A case study of the local 2011 Spanish elections.
    Beatriz Gómez Baceiredo, Natalia Rodríguez Salcedo
    School of Communication, University of Navarra. Pamplona, Spain

  • Whose is the agenda? Contents, practices and values in Portuguese regional newspapers
    José Ricardo Carvalheiro, João Carlos Correia, João Canavilhas, Ricardo Morais, João Carlos Sousa
    Departamento de Comunicação e Artes, Universidade da Beira Interior . Covilhã, Portugal

Paper panel 20 | Journalism Worldwide
Room 4 | Tuesday, July 5th, 10.30–12.00 h.
Chair: Bienvenido León, University of Navarra
  • Content Analysis applied to Digital Media: A Comparison of News in The Guardian, Clarín, and Asahi Simbun
    Javier Odriozola, Guillermo López
    Departamento de Periodismo II, Facultad de Ciencias Sociales y de la Comunicación, Universidad de País Vasco. Bilbao, Spain

  • Ethnolinguistic Framing
    Laszlo Vincze
    Department of Media Studies, Faculty of Social Sciences, University of Helsinki . Helsinki, Finland

  • Framing Drugs: Media coverage of cocaine in Spanish Press. The case of El Pais, El Mundo, ABC and La Razón (January-June 2009)
    Pilar Paricio Esteban, Cristina Rodríguez Luque y Francisco Núñez-Romero
    Department of Audiovisual Communication and Public Relations. University CEU Cardinal Herrera . Valencia, Spain

  • Gender as a source of diversity in journalism
    Carla Batista
    Faculty of Social and Human Sciences, University Nova of Lisbon. Lisbon, Portugal

  • Sport is King : Media Coverage of Women’s Sport
    Catherine Adams, Matt Ashton, Hannah Lupton, Hanne Pollack
    Nottingham Trent University. Nottingham, England

12:00 - 13:30 · Round table: Trends in research journals on journalism and communication [plenary session – Room 5]

13:30 - 14:00 · Official Closing [plenary session – Room 5]
  • Manuel Martín Algarra, Vice-dean of the School of Communication, University of Navarra.
  • Thomas Hanitzsch, Vice-chair of the ECREA Journalism Studies Section, University of Munich.

14:00 · Special Lunch [University of Navarra dining hall]

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