A weekend with a view

University panel discussion on 12.05.2023, 17.00-18.45 (Kaiser-Leopold-Saal).

Topic: "Public Service Media" - an (in)expendable orientation anchor?

How do public service media exist in the new gatekeeper diversity? / How can the public added value for society be made visible (more) especially for young people? / What concrete measures have been and are being taken...also from a transnational / European perspective....


- Christian Daubner: Head of the digital information strategy of Bayerischer Rundfunk
- Dr. Klaus Unterberger: Head of the Public Value Competence Center of the ORF
- Irina Oberguggenberger: Journalist ORF, project "Young Audience with management of content strategy, digital format development and platform expertise
- Magdalena Stefely: Editor for funk, content network of ARD and ZDF in Mainz
- Prof. Dr. Matthias Kettemann: Professor for Innovation, Theory and Philosophy of Law, Head of the Institute for Theory and Future of Law at the University of Innsbruck
- Nele Bulla & Thomas Gatt: Master students from the elective package "Media Practice", Institute for Media, Society and Communication.
- Dr. Natascha Zeitel-Bank: Senior Lecturer at the Institute for Media, Society & Communication, University of Innsbruck - Panel Introduction

More information: https://www.journalismusfest.org/programm-2023/ 


Independent and reliable information is essential for the development of democracies and our daily orientation. We need high-quality journalism, background knowledge, expert analyses, media that perform their monitoring function. We need free space for the production of knowledge and creative impulses of creative artists for the necessary participation in the democratic process.

The Journalism Festival Innsbruck is a meeting place, a place of debate, of cultural exchange. Journalists from different regions of Europe will have their say with their specific expertise. They discuss current pressing issues with scientists, NGO representatives and other experts, and they all enter into conversation with the audience. At book presentations and readings, reporters talk about their experiences and provide insights into their work. Exhibitions of photo reports and comics, documentary films and audio features are presented. We open a window to the complex present in which we live.

The Journalism Festival Innsbruck is a cooperative project, also with strong participation of the University of Innsbruck. as part of the elective package "Media Practice", master students will organize their own panel.

Admission to most events is free.

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