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September 2020

Online und vor Ort: scoopcamp 2020

Which technologies shape the work of journalists? What innovations do the media need? Answers to these and many other questions are provided every year at the scoopcamp in Hamburg, this time with a master class by Leonie Wunderlich and Prof. Dr. Christian Stöcker (HAW), among others. In Masterclass 4: "Scrollen, Scannen, Checken: Wie unter 30-Jährige sich informieren und Medienhäuser darauf reagieren – erste Einblicke in das dpa-Projekt #UseTheNews [Scrolling, Scanning, Checking: How under 30-Year-Olds Get Information and How Media Companies React to It - First Insights into the dpa Project #UseTheNews]" the two researchers report from their project "Use the News: News Usage and News Competence in the Digital Age":
People under 30 do not inform themselves specifically, they rather let themselves be informed - and this mainly on social platforms like YouTube, Instagram and Twitter. The project #usethnews focuses on the changed news usage behaviour of young adults and examines how well this target group moves through today's digital information landscape. Leonie Wunderlich and Christian Stöcker show what there is to know about the information behaviour of young people and how media companies are already responding to it today.

24 September 2020 9:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.

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scoocamp 2020 - The innovation conference for the media
The scoopcamp is the innovation conference for the media. Together with dpa Deutsche Presse-Agentur GmbH, nextMedia.Hamburg invites more than 250 experts, decision-makers and innovators from the IT and media industry each year to discuss trends and current topics at the interface between editing, programming and product development. The focus lies on topics such as " data journalism", "social media" and "new storytelling" in digital media.
Information about the event at:
PRICE € 0-49
ORT: designxport and online event
ADDRESS: Kehrwieder 6, 20457 Hamburg
The innovation conference for media by nextMedia.Hamburg and the German Press Agency dpa will take place for the twelfth time on 24 September 2020 - this year for the first time as a hybrid live event that can be attended in both analogue and digital form.

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Leonie Wunderlich
Junior Researcher Media Use

Leonie Wunderlich

Leibniz-Institut für Medienforschung | Hans-Bredow-Institut
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20148 Hamburg

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