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The HBI at the ICA 2023 in Toronto

The HBI at the ICA 2023 in Toronto

Media researchers from all over the world will travel to Toronto from May 25th to 29th to share their current studies at the largest conference for communication studies, the annual conference of the International Communication Association (ICA). Several members of the HBI will also be there to present their work.
This year's theme is "Reclaiming Authenticity in Communication." It is intended to stimulate reflection on "authenticity" in public discourse and why it is a variable rather than a constant these days.
More information about the programme
Contributions of the HBI at a glance
24 May 2023
(ICA Pre-Conference "Between Ideals and Practice: Journalistic Role Performance in Transformative Times" at the School of Journalism in the Creative School at Toronto Metropolitan University)

10:15–11:45 a.m., Room 223
Panel: "Reluctant Journalists and Evolving Methods"
Presentation: Journalism under Duress: How Risk and Uncertainty Affect Journalists’ Role Conceptions
Anna von Garmissen, Wiebke Loosen, Corinna Lauerer (LMU)
10:15–11:45 a.m., Room 213
Panel 3: "Reporting, Relationships, and Resources"
Presentation: Emotions Play a Role Now, too: How Affective Relationship Practices Expand Traditional Role Enactment in Journalists’ Audience-Relationships
Julius Reimer

3:15–4:45 p.m., Room 183
Panel 12: "Locating the Audience"
Presentation: Journalism | Audience: Journalistic Roles from a Relational Perspective
Verena Albert, Wiebke Loosen

26 May 2023

1:30–2:45 p.m.; M - Willow Centre (Sheraton)
Session: HYBRID: HIGH-DENSITY: Virtual Agents and Media
Presentation: From Human-Machine Interaction to Communicative AI: The Automation of Communication as an Object of Media and Communication Research
Andreas Hepp, Wiebke Loosen, Stephan Dreyer, Juliane Jarke, Sigrid Kannengießer, Christian Katzenbach, Rainer Malaka, Michaela Pfadenhauer, Cornelius Puschmann, Wolfgang Schulz
27 May 2023

9:00–10:15 a.m.; M - Peel (Sheraton)
Session: Journalism 5.0? Innovations in the News Media [Works in Progress]
Presentation: Projections, Products, Protoyping, Projects: The “4 Pros” of Pioneer Journalism
Wiebke Loosen, Andreas Hepp, Hendrik Kühn
29 May 2023

10:30–11:45 a.m.; M - Birchwood Ballroom (Sheraton)
Session: It's Complicated: The Relationship Between Journalists and Audiences
Presentation: From ‘Cultivating Fans’ to ‘Coping With Haters’: A Typology of Journalists’ Audience-Relationships
Wiebke Loosen, Julius Reimer, Louise Sprengelmeyer

Picture: pexels / nextvoyage

Hamburg, 12 May 2023


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