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september 2015

Jeremy Evans: «Explaain: Structured journalism for public good»

september 30, 2015. Tid: 13:15 - 14:30

London-based journalism entrepreneur and founder of «Explaain» Jeremy Evans will present his "personal news tutor". He calls it «structured journalism for public good», and he considers data tools to be of vital importance in future journalism.

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oktober 2015

Roger Strand: «Responsible Research and Innovation»

oktober 21, 2015. Tid: 13:00 - 15:00

Bergen Journalism Lab er eit initiativ for å eksperimentera med design og innovasjon i tilknytning til nye medier for journalistikk. På onsdag diskuterer me koblingar mellom «responsible research innovation» (RRI), eit viktig nytt paradigme i Horizon2020 og NFR sine utlysingar, og forskingsbasert utvikling av nye medier.

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november 2015

Neil Maiden: Interactive creativity support for journalists

november 25, 2015. Tid: 12:15 - 13:30
Neil Maiden at a research seminar at City University London, 2014.

Bergen Journalism Lab invites you to a lunch seminar on Wednesday November 25th. Professor Neil Maiden presents a Google funded innovation project in computational journalism, conducted at City University London. Maiden is the second of four invited guests from the creative industry in and around TechCity London. Bergen Journalism Lab is a research initiative at the University of Bergen exploring the best from legacy media and the best from new media.

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februar 2016

George Brock: «Digital disruption and journalism`s future»

februar 10, 2016. Tid: 12:15 - 13:30
George Brock

Bergen Journalism Lab invites you to a lunch seminar on Wednesday February 10th at 12.15. Professor George Brock from City University London reflects on the great changes in British and international journalism, and ways to secure quality journalism in the future. The lecture will last for 45 minutes. Afterwards there will be a 30 minute general discussion. Professor Lars Nyre chairs the event.Bergen Journalism Lab is a research initiative at the University of Bergen exploring the best from legacy media…

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mars 2016

Jon Hoem, Lars Nyre, Bjørnar Tessem: «Tilhører»

mars 16, 2016. Tid: 12:15 - 13:30
Illustration: Aleksander Nygård Tonheim

Jon Hoem, Lars Nyre, Bjørnar Tessem og Johannes Ringheim: "Lokativ radio. Testing av en prototype på et mikroposisjonert lydmedium"

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mai 2016

Oskar Juhlin: «Liveling: Innovations in mobile video broadcasting»

mai 4, 2016. Tid: 13:15 - 14:30
Illustration: Aleksander Nygård Tonheim.

Bergen Journalism Lab invites you to a lunch seminar on Wednesday May 4th at 12.15. Professor Oskar Juhlin from Stockholm University will present «Liveling», a business venture based on new technologies for mobile video broadcasting.

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august 2016

Ana Laws and Stephen Barrass: «Media design for journalism»

august 25, 2016. Tid: 11:15 - 13:00

Our former colleague Ana Sanchez Laws, who now works at Volda University College, will be visiting us along with Stephen Barrass from the University of Canberra. They will each give a talk relating to media design for journalism

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september 2016

Tor Gjøsæter og Knut Marius Sundt: «Ny Apple TV let alle produsere medieopplevingar for femtitommaren»

september 14, 2016. Tid: 13:15 - 14:30
Illustrasjon: Aleksander Nygård Tonheim.

Bergen Journalism Lab inviterer til lunchseminar! Tittel: Ny Apple TV let alle produsere medieopplevingar for femtitommaren.

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mars 2017

TekLab: Nettverk for akademisk teknologiutvikling


«TekLab» er eit nytt forskarsnettverk ved UiB som vert etablert frå hausten 2017. Det er ifølge Lars Nyre eit «aktør-nettverk for akademisk teknologiutvikling». Nettverket skal arbeide frå lokale i Media City Bergen.

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mai 2017

Roderick Coover and Scott Rettberg: Catastrophic Echoes: Combinatory Cinema


Abstract Filmmaker Roderick Coover and writer Scott Rettberg present selections from three of their CRchange studio projects  which integrate computational methods and digital arts practice to produce films that generate new versions on each run, and discuss their collaborative production process. Three Rails Live (2012) is a web-based combinatory film that produces new juxtapositions of image and text on each run, delivering narrative fragments from a contemporary story of personal and environmental dissolution sandwiched between “perverbs” that deliver a…

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