Jeff Jarvis organizou na CUNY a segunda conferência dedicada a novos modelos de negócio para o jornalismo. Para quem não se podia deslocar a Nova Iorque para assistir à conferência, havia sempre a possibilidade de ver tudo online e em directo. Não viram? Está tudo aqui, on demand. Bom fim de semana.
Jeff Jarvis organized at CUNY the second conference dedicated to new business models for news. For those who weren’t able to go to New York to attend to the summit, there was always the chance to watch the whole thing live online. You missed it? Don’t worry, it’s all here, on demand. Have a nice weekend.
The day begins with informational and perhaps inspirational talks from people who are creating and implementing new models. Samir Arora of Glam and Tom Evslin of Fractals of Change will talk about new network models for media and business in the connected internet. Edward Roussel of the Telegraph and Dave Morgan of Tennis (and founder of Tacoda) will explore new structures for news companies – e.g., spinning off or outsourcing what once were core tasks but are now costs burdens, such as distribution, production, and even sales.
We will have two lightning rounds of presentations by entrepreneurs and executives who are executing new models. We will list those on the agenda.
In the afternoon, we will move into Aspen-Institute-like sessions in five groups, each charged with coming back with specific models, suggestions, and needs:
* Network models for news
* New structures for news organizations
* New structures for news operations (newsrooms), including new efficiencies and new focus leading to new job descriptions.
* New revenue models for news – advertising and more and what is needed to support these new models
* Public support for journalism – there are no white knights but can the public (in the form of foundations, corporations, and individual contributions) help support elements of journalism?
The groups’ leaders and rappateurs will return to a closing plenary session to share their work. And then we break out the well-deserved wine.