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1 - Hotel Sangallo Via Masi, 9 2- Palazzo della Penna Via Podiani, 11

PRESS ROOM Hotel Brufani from 09.00 to 21.00

3 - Hotel Brufani Piazza Italia, 12

INFOPOINT

4 - Hotel La Rosetta Piazza Italia, 19

Hotel Brufani from 09.00 to 19.00

BOOKSHOP

5 - Centro Servizi G. Alessi Via Mazzini, 10

Libreria La Feltrinelli Corso Vannucci, 78/82 Opening times: from Monday to Saturday 10.00-20.30 Sunday 10.00-13.30 and 16.00-20.30

6 - Sala Lippi Corso Vannucci, 39 7 - Sala dei Notari Piazza IV Novembre

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8 - Sala del Dottorato Piazza IV Novembre, 6

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More than 2 million children have been caught up in the conflict in Syria. They have been forced the flee their homes, they are cold, hungry, desperate. UNICEF is working on the ground in Syria and neighbouring countries to protect them. UNICEF is also present in Perugia, with the second edition of ‘Speak about me’, because this emergency so close to home hasn’t yet received the attention it deserves. 8


INSIDE CARCERI Next New Media

SYRIA

Olivier Voisin

SIMPSON: MAKING THE HEADLINES simpsoncrazy.com

THE RAINBOW NATION

Biblioteca del Senato “Giovanni Spadolini” online:

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WEDNESDAY TWENTYFOURTH LIVE FROM PERUGIA

08.00 | Sala Collins, Hotel Brufani

Lateral - Radio Capital Luca Bottura

Broadcast live from the festival, the Radio Capital satirical newspaper review show Lateral presented by Luca Bottura. Luca Bottura Radio Capital

The Lecture

Discover COLORS 86 Making the News Sala Raffaello, Hotel Brufani, Piazza Italia 12, 24 April, 11am-1pm

The News Machine

Visit the interactive installation Spazio Cantarelli, Piazza della Repubblica 9, 24-28 April

COLORSMAGAZINE.COM

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10.00 | Sala Lippi

PANEL DISCUSSION

Green journalism. Towards a network of environmental journalists A number of recent initiatives have shown that environmental journalists, bloggers and communicators in Italy need to reassess their assumptions and get their act together in order to make their online presence more incisive. Good intentions are a useful starting point but a hard-nosed and wellcoordinated communications strategy can really make a difference. A meet-up to lay the foundations of just such a strategy, to be followed by the creation of a committee to promote the association of environmental journalists, bloggers and communicators.

Paola Bolaffio

Mauro Spagnolo

Paola Bolaffio editor giornalistinellerba.it Peppe Croce blogger Sergio Ferraris editor QualEnergia Marco Fratoddi co-editor La Nuova Ecologia Simonetta Lombardo Silverback Ilaria Romano Giornalisti nell’Erba Mario Salomone editor .Eco Mauro Spagnolo editor rinnovabili.it

10.00 | Hotel Sangallo

WORKSHOP

Europe. Next question please How can the European Union become newsworthy? Among the solutions, the Window on Europe, an innovative and experimental project to communicate the EU. The project, set up in 2008, is based at the University of Perugia. University students as “Europe correspondents”. Pier Virgilio Dastoli president CIME Diletta Paoletti University of Perugia Massimo Persotti European Affairs Ministry Fabio Raspadori University of Perugia

Pier Virgilio Dastoli

Diletta Paoletti

10.00 | Sala Priori, Hotel Brufani

PANEL DISCUSSION

Who’s in and who’s out Many Italian journalists have no job. Many others work as journalists but have no contract, no job security and not much hope of ever getting either. Talent. expertise, diligence can count for surprisingly little in determining who’s in and who’s out. A second annual gathering of the so-called giornalisti precari, an opportunity perhaps to channel some of the widespread disappointment, disillusionment and anger into something constructive. Representatives of the Ordine Nazionale dei Giornalisti and the Federazione Nazionale della Stampa Italiana will take part. The event will be coordinated by Vittorio Pasteris and Ciro Pellegrino.

Vittorio Pasteris

Ciro Pellegrino

Vittorio Pasteris Quotidiano Piemontese Ciro Pellegrino fanpage.it 13


PANEL DISCUSSION

10.00 | Centro Servizi G. Alessi

Ms Umbria, I presume... Valentina Harris

William Ward

PANEL DISCUSSION

From Byron to the bloggers: British&Irish journalism at ease in the green heart of Italy. A direct flight now connects London and Perugia. And an increasing number of travel journalists and others on in-depth reportage assignments are joining the tourists on the short hop south. No fly and flop here, more fly and continue the tradition of the Grand Tour that has so captivated the discriminating (northern) traveller for centuries. Umbria as an antipasto of Italy in general: an unrivaled cultural heritage, superb food&wine, a moment in the sun to treasure. Federico Fioravanti ex editor Corriere dell’Umbria Valentina Harris food&wine writer Tom Kington journalist Ian Campbell Ross Trinity College, Dublin Christine Smallwood food and travel writer Margaret Stenhouse journalist William Ward journalist and author Chris Warde-Jones photojournalist

11.00 | Sala dei Notari

Web 2.0 and tradition: together for the environment Marta Albè

Antimo Palumbo

PRESENTATION

Event for school children. The objective of the workshop is to stimulate the interest of those present in environmental issues and to emphasise the full potential of web 2.0 communication on the environment. The cartoonist Mirco Maselli will explain through the use of images and illustrations the problem of waste management in different historical periods. Marta Albè greenme.it Antonio Boggia University of Perugia Michele Cavallucci co-founder Perugia Meteo Mirco Maselli cartoonist Antimo Palumbo founder Adea Elena Livia Pennacchioni editor italiaambiente.it Lucia Rocchi founding member Care Roberto Salustri founder Reseda Simone Zuin blog Decrescita FSN

11.00 | Sala Raffaello, Hotel Brufani

COLORS: Making the news Patrick Waterhouse

Patrick Waterhouse will present recent editions of the magazine, each dedicated to a particular topic (transport, happiness, markets, etc), and in particular the latest edition on Making the news - an exclusive behind-the-scenes look at contemporary journalism. Patrick Waterhouse editor COLORS magazine

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11.30 | Hotel Sangallo

WORKSHOP

Young. And free Where do the under-30s get their news from these days? More specifically, are they willing to pay for it? How the printed free press (plus the web and smartphones) is changing (young) reader habits.

Giampaolo Roidi

Matteo Grandi editor Piacere Magazine Alvaro Moretti editor Leggo Giampaolo Roidi editor Metro Massimiliano Valerii Fondazione Censis

11.30 | Centro Servizi G. Alessi

PANEL DISCUSSION

Twitter and personalised journalism: the Italian scenario Thanks to Twitter individual journalists are becoming ‘one-man news organisations’, replacing newspapers as the primary source of news for many readers. But at what price? An analysis of the presence of Italian journalists on Twitter, from deontological uncertainties to the temptations of autoreferentiality.

Mauro Turcatti

Fabrizio Goria Linkiesta Andrea Iannuzzi editor AGL Dennis Redmont journalist and author Mauro Turcatti Edelman

14.00 | Hotel Sangallo

WORKSHOP

Excel per giornalisti Pulitzer-Prize-winning data journalist Steve Doig on how to use spreadsheets to analyse data for patterns that lead to stories. Workshop participants will learn to import data, sort, filter, build cross-tabulations that reveal hidden patterns, use tools of linear regression to see what is normal in the data - and, more interestingly, what is abnormal. Steve Doig Walter Cronkite School of Journalism, Arizona State University

14.00 | Sala Raffaello, Hotel Brufani

AWARD CEREMONY

Reporting on Talent The awards presentation of the Reporting on Talent contest, launched by TIM in March 2013 in association with Zooppa. The contest invited participants to represent the concept of talent with photos and videos. The winners will share a prize fund of $13.000,00. Mauro Casciari Quelli che... RAI 2 Chiara Galiazzo singer, winner of X-Factor Italy 2012 Carlotta Ventura group senior vice president Telecom Italia 15

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PRESENTATION

14.00 | Sala Priori, Hotel Brufani

Linkedin for journalists Marcello Albergoni

How to get the best and the most out of Linkedin. A training session to upgrade your use of the preeminent professional networking website. With 200 million acquired users, there’s bound to be information in there of interest to journalists. Marcello Albergoni country manager LinkedIn Italy and Spain

PANEL DISCUSSION

15.00 | Sala Raffaello, Hotel Brufani

Social [In]Ability? Pier Luca Santoro

Renato Vichi

PANEL DISCUSSION

Sharing on social networks is an essential element in the current news ecosystem. How good are Italian newspapers at doing this? What strategies for the future? Daniele Chieffi journalist and author Vincenzo Cosenza BlogMeter Giacomo Fusina founder Human Highway Lella Mazzoli University of Urbino Pier Luca Santoro communications expert Maurizio Tesconi researcher CNR Pisa Renato Vichi head of Media Relations Italy UniCredit

15.00 | Centro Servizi G. Alessi

News as a public good Luca De Biase

PANEL DISCUSSION

News as a public good - the presentation of three non-profit multimedia investigative journalism projects funded by the Fondazione Ahref. Jacopo Barigazzi co-founder Linkiesta Rosy Battaglia freelance journalist Luca De Biase president Fondazione Ahref Walter Dondi Fondazione Unipolis

15.00 | Sala del Dottorato

On foot Stefania Careddu

A rediscovery of ancient pilgrimage routes has occured in recent years. Thousands of people, of all ages and faiths, have set out on foot for a host of differing and often very personal reasons. The media have kept pace, chronicling this significant “new” cultural and spriritual experience. The panel brings together journalists who have followed - on radio, TV and in print - these modern pilgrims.

Giovanna Savignano

Stefania Careddu Avvenire Alberto Chiara Famiglia Cristiana Francesco Durante TV2000 Laura Malandrino FOCSIV Giovanna Savignano RAI Radio 16


15.00 | Sala Priori, Hotel Brufani

WORKSHOP

Behind the scenes at an iPad newspaper: Repubblica Sera A time-honoured format - namely the daily evening print newspaper - transformed into a digital version. From the morning editorial meeting to its appearance on the digital news-stands (iPad, web) at seven o’clock in the evening, a multimedia mix to reflect on the events of the day and to think ahead to what’s in store tomorrow. The case of Repubblica Sera.

Luca Fraioli

Luca Fraioli La Repubblica Andrea Iannuzzi editor AGL

16.00 | Sala Priori, Hotel Brufani

PRESENTATION

Good Morning Italia! Good Morning Italia went online in January 2013. A new way of starting the day - a cupful of short, sharp, good-quality news. Beniamino Pagliaro founder Good Morning Italia

16.30 | Centro Servizi G. Alessi

Beniamino Pagliaro

PANEL DISCUSSION

Social TV: the new TV in the Facebook and Twitter age TV has become multi-channel, multi-screen, multi-input. How has TV content changed to cater to this new multi-verse of tablet, smartphone and/or personal computer? Not forgetting the newly engaged/enraged viewer.

Giampaolo Colletti

Giampaolo Colletti founder altratv.tv Andrea Materia CEO Greater Fool Media Alessandro Militi Fox Channels Italy Gianluca Visalli director new media LA7

16.30 | Sala Raffaello, Hotel Brufani

PANEL DISCUSSION

Cybertheology: faith and the digital revolution The advance of technology is radically changing the way humankind works, lives and communicates. And even the way reality is understood and interpreted. What effects might the digital revolution produce when entering into contact with faith? Luca De Biase president Fondazione Ahref Antonio Spadaro editor La Civiltà Cattolica Mario Tedeschini Lalli Gruppo L’Espresso Paul Tighe secretary Pontifical Council for Social Communications

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Paul Tighe


PANEL DISCUSSION

16.30 | Sala del Dottorato

Cultural-identity-specific journalism Alina Harja

Jean Claude Mbede

PANEL DISCUSSION

Italy has seen significant immigration over the past decade. Many small-scale newspapers and websites have been set up to reflect this phenomenon by providing news with a specific linguistic, national or cultural focus. Times are tough for all media - how are these niche publications faring? JosĂŠ Galvez editor Impresa Etnica Alina Harja Antena 1 Hu Lanbo publisher Cina in Italia Gianluca Luciano founder Stranieri in Italia Jean Claude Mbede editor afrikitalia.it Christiana Ruggeri RAI 2 News

16.30 | Sala dei Notari

Internet and politics. Consensus and representation in the digital age Marco Patuano

Matteo Renzi

WORKSHOP

A consideration of how the the spread of the internet, technological innovation and a multiplicity of web tools have transformed the ways in which politicians and political parties comunicate, build consensus and provide representation. Moderated by Anna Masera. Kevin Bleyer speechwriter Barack Obama Anna Masera social media editor La Stampa Marco Patuano COO Telecom Italia Matteo Renzi mayor of Florence Beppe Severgnini Corriere della Sera

17.00 | Sala Lippi

Liquid&mobile news, user experience: responsive content design Raffaele Boiano

PRESENTATION

Reflections on responsive content design, in other words the production of news content which is adaptable to different reader platforms and to different contexts of use. Raffaele Boiano information architect Andrea Iannuzzi editor AGL

17.00 | Sala Priori, Hotel Brufani

Tame: the new search paradigm Frederik Fischer

Introduction to the new search paradigm Tame - how to professionally search and analyse trends, experts and links on Twitter. Frederik Fischer founder and CEO Tazaldoo

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17.00 | Hotel Sangallo

PRESENTATION

Italian news consumption habits The News-Italia project: research data on news consumption habits of Italian citizens 2011-2013. Lella Mazzoli University of Urbino

18.00 | Sala Raffaello, Hotel Brufani

Lella Mazzoli

PANEL DISCUSSION

The state of data journalism in 2013 Data journalism is evolving at a rapid pace. Since last year’s International Journalism Festival we have seen many data stories breaking and data projects appearing around the world. We’ve seen countless tools, services and initiatives to support work in this emerging field. The opening debate at this year’s edition of the School of Data Journalism will bring together leading data journalists and advocates to discuss the past year’s advances in the field and what the future holds. What were the big data stories of the year? What were the key technological developments and projects and what do these developments mean for journalists and newsrooms in Europe? Where is data journalism today and where is it headed?

Dan Sinker

Lucy Chambers Open Knowledge Foundation Aron Pilhofer editor interactive news The New York Times Guido Romeo Wired Dan Sinker director Knight-Mozilla Open News

18.00 | Centro Servizi G. Alessi

PANEL DISCUSSION

Science and the environment: the right language Reflections on good green communication - less judgmental, less selfcentered, more supportive (useful in building communities and networking) and more concrete.

Alfredo Macchi

Enrica Battifoglia ANSA Andrea Bertaglio freelance journalist Paola Bolaffio editor giornalistinellerba.it Alfredo Macchi Mediaset

18.00 | Palazzo della Penna - Centro di Cultura Contemporanea

EXHIBITION OPENING

Art is a novel Opening of the exhibition Art is a novel. The extraordinary story of words which become images. Luca Beatrice exhibition curator Andrea Cernicchi head of culture, Perugia Town Council

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IN CONVERSATION

18.30 | Sala dei Notari

News and politics Ezio Mauro

Interview of Ezio Mauro, editor of the Italian daily La Repubblica, including questions from the audience-at-large via Twitter. The hashtag to participate is #mauro. To be broadcast live on repubblica.it. Arianna Ciccone co-founder International Journalism Festival Ezio Mauro editor La Repubblica

BOOK PRESENTATION

19.30 | Sala Raffaello, Hotel Brufani

How not to end up in court Caterina Malavenda

How to get your foot (physical or digital) in the door of malfeasance without tripping over insinuation and/or defamation. In other words, how to be a good journalist without ending up in court. Goffredo Buccini Corriere della Sera Caterina Malavenda media lawyer

IN CONVERSATION

19.45 | Sala dei Notari

Inspector Delicado at your service Interview of best-selling Spanish novelist Alicia Giménez-Bartlett.

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Luca Beatrice Il Giornale Alicia Giménez-Bartlett novelist

21.15 | Sala dei Notari

CLAUDIA, CLAUDIO, CONCITA, MAURIZIO Italy in a microcosm. Claudia and Claudio - young, ambitious leave Italy to go and work in Barcelona. Concita and Maurizio - not-so-young, established - recount the tribulations of Italy through the experience of Claudia and Claudio. Claudia Cucchiarato journalist and author Concita De Gregorio La Repubblica Maurizio Landini secretary general FIOM Claudio Stassi illustrator

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THURSDAY TWENTYFIFTH LIVE FROM PERUGIA

09.00 | Sala Collins, Hotel Brufani

Lateral - Radio Capital Broadcast live from the festival, the Radio Capital satirical newspaper review show Lateral presented by Luca Bottura. Luca Bottura Radio Capital WORKSHOP

09.30 | Hotel La Rosetta

Greencamp: barcamp for environmental journalists Vittorio Pasteris

Paola Bolaffio editor giornalistinellerba.it Marco Fratoddi co-editor La Nuova Ecologia Vittorio Pasteris Quotidiano Piemontese

SATURDAY 27 APRIL at 13.30 - CENTRO SERVIZI G.ALESSI

TASTES OF UMBRIA With the best of local Umbrian food and wine.

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09.30 | Sala Raffaello, Hotel Brufani

PANEL DISCUSSION

Data and investigations: collaborating across borders How can the different cultures of investigative journalism and hacking be brought together. What techniques and knowledge can developers bring to investigative journalism? How can we learn from and build on other projects to produce good investigative journalism around data platforms? How can collaboration across borders be encouraged through these platforms in spite of the guarded nature of journalists’ work and reluctance to share a story with others? How can these platforms be kept alive given the journalists tendency to move to new stories once they have done the initial “scoop”? Finally, how can we make data platforms more attractive to the general public through interactivity, storytelling and personalisation?

Liliana Bounegru

James Ball The Guardian Liliana Bounegru European Journalism Centre Friedrich Lindenberg Open Knowledge Foundation Paul Radu executive director OCCRP Jack Thurston co-founder farmsubsidy.org

09.30 | Centro Servizi G. Alessi

PANEL DISCUSSION

A Freedom of Information Act for Italy? From Watergate to phantom flights, the Freedom of Information Act has allowed journalists access to important information. In Italy an FIA does not exist - and neither (yet) does a jornalistic/institutional culture which could make an FIA function well. The association Diritto di Sapere will present in anteprima the results of the first monitoring in the field of access to information in Italy. Comparisons with other Western countries will be made and the potential for the right of access to improve the independence and effectiveness of journalism will be shown. The panel will be followed in the afternoon by a workshop on how to make best use of the right of access.

Helen Darbishire

Guido Romeo

Helen Darbishire founder Access Info Europe Guido Romeo Wired

10.00 | Sala Lippi

BOOK PRESENTATION

From source to screen: the flow of TV news The business of TV news has changed. It’s no longer possible for everybody to provide the same news. News needs to be customized and updated in real time, because what happens is already on Facebook or Twitter. Information now comes in from different directions. And TV news must adapt to this new multiplatform fruition process. Giampaolo Colletti founder altratv.tv Mariapia Ebreo freelance journalist Piero Gaffuri director new media RAI Alma Maria Grandin RAI 1 News Nicoletta Iacobacci European Broadcasting Union

Piero Gaffuri

Alma Maria Grandin

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WORKSHOP

10.30 | Sala Priori, Hotel Brufani

An authentic lie: photography, falsehood, truthfulness Michele Smargiassi

A passeggiata back and forth though the history of photography to debunk the notion that photography began to lie only when it became digital. Photography has always lied, to a greater or lesser extent - just as it has always maintained its umbilical cord with reality. This is what makes it unique, difficult to handle, ambiguous, wonderful. Only if we know its lies can photography begin to give us some of the truth. Michele Smargiassi La Repubblica

PRESENTATION

11.00 | Sala Raffaello, Hotel Brufani

How do they hide? Proxies, lawyers and dummy companies Paul Radu

A presentation of techniques used by organized crime and corrupt politicians to launder money and hide assets as well as investigative methods to track down the money across borders. Introduction by Heather Brooke. Heather Brooke activist and author Paul Radu executive director OCCRP

WORKSHOP

11.00 | Centro Servizi G. Alessi

Repubblica.it: from theory to practice Giuseppe Smorto

What happens on the other side of the computer screen? Passion, victory, defeat and 24/7 adrenalin. A workshop with Giuseppe Smorto who for nine full years has run the online newsroom of the Italian La Repubblica. Repubblica.it has 2.4 million readers per day, 34 million page views (average over 7 days), more than 1.1 million Facebook fans and more than 800 thousand followers on Twitter. Giuseppe Smorto editor repubblica.it

WORKSHOP

11.30 | Hotel Sangallo

Social TV: a how-to guide Guido Scorza

How to set up a social TV - in other words, how to create a financially sound project which captures a specific audience. Giampaolo Colletti founder altratv.tv Guido Scorza partner Scorza, Riccio & Partners

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11.30 | Sala Lippi

PANEL DISCUSSION

Illustrated journalism: more power to words? Journalism though cartoons and illustrated books. A not-so-new but at times surprisingly effective way of engaging readers in serious social issues.

Carlo Gubitosa

Francesco Fasiolo La Repubblica Carlo Gubitosa editor Mamma! Giuseppe Lo Bocchiaro cartoonist Giuliano Pavone journalist and author Marco Rizzo freelance cartoonist

11.30 | Sala del Dottorato

PANEL DISCUSSION

Live! It’s happening right now Live news coverage: how to plan for it, how to structure it, what tools to use, to what degree TV dictates the agenda. From the first TVblog liveblogging to today. The risks of a blunder, the need for speed, the news itself which becomes a keyword, how to integrate coherent analysis live.

Alberto Puliafito

Cinzia Bancone Tv talk RAI 3 Celia Guimaraes RAI News Alberto Puliafito editor blogo.it

12.00 | Sala Raffaello, Hotel Brufani

AWARD CEREMONY

A story still to tell: Walter Tobagi The annual A Story Still to Tell award invites the submission of short articles and/ or videos on the circumstances surrounding the murder of an Italian journalist. The 2013 award is dedicated to the memory of Walter Tobagi, murdered in 1980 in Milan. The 2007 first edition of the award was dedicated to Ilaria Alpi and Miran Hrovotin, the 2008 second edition to Enzo Baldoni, the 2009 third edition to Giancarlo Siani, journalist of the Naples daily Il Mattino murdered in Naples in 1985 at the age of 26 while investigating local organised crime, the 2010 fourth edition to Maria Grazia Cutuli, journalist of the Italian daily Corriere della Sera killed in an explosion in Afghanistan in 2001, and the 2011 fifth edition to Peppino Impastato, killed in a bomb explosion in Sicily in 1978, the sixth edition to Mauro Rostagno. The prize fund is 3,500 euros in the video category, 1,500 euros in the written category. Maurizio Beretta head of communications UniCredit Dario Di Vico Corriere della Sera Riccardo Iacona Presadiretta RAI 3 Benedetta Tobagi journalist and author

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Benedetta Tobagi


PANEL DISCUSSION

12.00 | Centro Servizi G. Alessi

Fact-checking Italian style Nicola Bruno

Sergio Maistrello

HACKERS’CORNER

From the Pulitzer Prize winner Politifact to the latest arrival Truthteller of The Washington Post, fact-checking is enjoying a new spring thanks to digital tools. In the past few years in Italy several interesting fact-checking projects have been set up, with the aim to flush out politicians who manipulate the numbers or journalists who don’t do their job correctly. A look at the first experiences of Italian fact-checking with those directly involved. Matteo Agnoletto founder politicometro.it Nicola Bruno co-founder effecinque.org Sergio Maistrello journalist and author Alexios Mantzarlis pagellapolitica.it Simonetta Pattuglia University of Rome

12.00 | Sala Priori, Hotel Brufani

Online voting: why not? Claudio Agosti

Giovanni Ziccardi WORKSHOP

The introduction of online voting is being increasingly considered as a way of providing a more participatory form of democracy for citizens. But can current platforms provide the same guarantees as the physical vote? In this workshop, an overview of the political implications will be offered, including some practical demonstrations which show the vulnerability of existing platforms of online voting and the theoretical approach for an acceptable level of safety. Claudio Agosti president Hermes Center for Transparency and Digital Human Rights Giovanni Ziccardi University of Milan

14.00 | Hotel Sangallo

Social network analysis for journalists using the Twitter API Michael Bauer

In this workshop we will use Twitter data from around the journalism festival and analyse it to reveal connections between all those involved in the festival, including speakers and attendees. Workshop participants will be invited to do the following: collect data from the Twitter API based on a specific hashtag or keyword; identify and record interactions within the dataset; analyse and visualize the dataset using Gephi. Based on this simple exercise, participants will be able to perform their own Twitter data collection as well as social network analysis on similar datasets. Please download the Gephi visualisation software from gephi.org and install it on your computer in advance. Participants are required to have basic social media and spreadsheet skills. Michael Bauer Open Knowledge Foundation

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14.00 | Sala Raffaello, Hotel Brufani

PANEL DISCUSSION

Toward smarter, better online content There is intense pressure for journalists and editors to produce lots and lots of content these days. But, frankly, much of that content is dull and terrible. There’s a lot of noise, and not much meaning. Is it possible to “feed the beast” while still advancing the conversation? A consideration of how journalists and newsrooms can encourage meaningful, innovative work in the Internet age.

Justin Peters

Adam Baker founder Blottr Justin Peters editor Columbia Journalism Review online Francesco Piccinini editor Fanpage Aron Pilhofer editor interactive news The New York Times Doree Shafrir executive editor Buzzfeed

14.00 | Centro Servizi G. Alessi

PRESENTATION

Save your newsroom with one click Sourcefabric builds open tools for content creators. With them, media organisations from Senegal to Switzerland are creating sustainable, independent newsrooms. Are these innovation-driven enterprises showing the way for the future of journalism? And is it really possible to save the newsroom with just one click?

Douglas Arellanes

Douglas Arellanes co-founder Sourcefabric

14.00 | Sala Lippi

PRESENTATION

How to start a news agency in a war zone in 8 days In March 2011, Brian Conley and Louis Abelman journeyed to Benghazi to launch a news agency run by Libyan journalists. Entering Libya through the Egyptian border in the east, and arriving just three weeks after the revolution began, they worked with local citizens at a media center set up by the opposition before being forced to flee because of an imminent attack by Gaddafi’s forces. Brian will discuss what journalists and news agencies can learn from this experience two years later, including the evolving field of online and, in particular, mobile reporting. Brian Conley director Small World News

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PANEL DISCUSSION

14.30 | Sala del Dottorato

Travel writing in the age of Tripadvisor Marco Allegri

Lee Marshall

PRESENTATION

Travel writing and reporting is at a crossroads. Questions like “what should I see, where should I stay, where should I eat?” are often answered directly by other travellers via blogs and review aggregator sites. A consideration of whether this grassroots revolution is a curse or an exciting challenge, and how traditional travel media are adapting to the new conditions. Marco Allegri founder nonsoloturisti.it Lee Marshall film critic and travel writer Angelo Pittro Lonely Planet Italy Doris Zaccone Radio Capital

14.30 | Hotel La Rosetta

Netizens 2013 Presentation of the results of the research project Netizens 2013, an analysis of Italian webTV and local digital media. Giampaolo Colletti founder altratv.tv Luca De Biase Il Sole 24 Ore PANEL DISCUSSION

15.00 | Centro Servizi G. Alessi

Syria: journalists in the hell of Assad Mimosa Martini

Emilio Fabio Torsello

HACKERS’CORNER

The war in Syria through the photos and words of journalists who have been there. The panel will be dedicated to the memory of the war photographer Olivier Voisin, who was due to speak on this panel but was killed in Syria, in late February, during clashes in the city of Hamah. His interviews and his e-mails, sent from the front line to colleagues and friends, are true reportages in themselves and some parts of them will be read out loud. The panel will also be an opportunity to reflect on the quality of Italian news dedicated to the war in Syria. Andrea Iacomini spokesman UNICEF Italy Mimosa Martini Channel 5 News Amedeo Ricucci RAI 3 Emilio Fabio Torsello editor dirittodicritica.com

15.00 | Sala Priori, Hotel Brufani

GlobaLeaks: protecting sources Claudio Agosti

Can the confidential journalistic source still be protected in this overcontrolled and overconnected era? Claudio Agosti president Hermes Center for Transparency and Digital Human Rights

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15.00 | Sala Lippi

PANEL DISCUSSION

Internationalisation, new languages and the economy Internationalisation, new languages and the economy. The role of the banks in the age of the spread and ratings. Maurizio Beretta head of communications UniCredit Giampiero Bergami regional manager Centre North UniCredit Marco Cobianchi Panorama Giuseppe De Filippi Channel 5 News

15.30 | Sala Raffaello, Hotel Brufani

Maurizio Beretta

PRESENTATION

Newsmodo - source or sell news A new web-based platform that connects media organisations with a astgrowing global network of freelance contributors including journalists, photographers, camera operators and other media professionals.

Rakhal Ebeli

Rakhal Ebeli founder Newsmodo

15.30 | Hotel Sangallo

WORKSHOP

Interviewing: reporting the unspeakable This workshop will examine the hidden life of the interview. It will look at what trauma is and focus in on the advanced interviewing skills that are often neglected in standard journalism training. How does one encourage a victim to accurately relate the story of a violent attack in all its terrible detail without making it worse for him/ her? And what does it take for a journalist to sit opposite someone in distress, who may feel that the outside world couldn’t care less, and to faithfully capture his/her experience?

Gavin Rees

Gavin Rees director Dart Centre Europe

15.30 | Hotel La Rosetta

WORKSHOP

LegalLeaks: how to use your right to access to information In Italy a Freedom of Information Act does not exist yet. But what it provides for could be very useful both for journalists and interested citizens. The association Diritto di Sapere presents the updated edition of its manual LegalLeaks (distributed under Creative Commons) which explains how to use current Italian law to request and obtain official documents, data and audio-video files. Ernesto Belisario president Association for Open Government Guido Romeo Wired

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HACKERS’CORNER

16.00 | Sala Priori, Hotel Brufani

In network 2.0 we trust: from Cloud to SSL Alessio Pennasilico

A battle is underway between those who are after your data. A consideration of Cloud and security, plus privacy and reliability of the data we give to the Cloud. And SSL, the guarantee mechanism enabled by default, which has been the focus of a variety of high profile attacks. Alessio Pennasilico Alba ST

PANEL DISCUSSION

16.00 | Sala del Dottorato

Hyperlocal news Charlie Beckett

Sergio Maistrello PANEL DISCUSSION

As news industry globalisation races on at full steam the resilience of hyperlocal news might appear paradoxical. What’s its secret? Much emphasis is given to the notion of community in current debate on the future of the media: with hyperlocal news a geographical community substitutes a like-minded-news-consumer community? Charlie Beckett director POLIS Steve Buttry digital transformation editor Digital First Media Andrea Iannuzzi editor AGL Sergio Maistrello journalist and author

16.30 | Centro Servizi G. Alessi

If I’m doing it gratis it’s not work Eleonora Voltolina

The presentation of Articolo36, a new publication with a simple and straightforward editorial focus: to defend the right of every worker not to have to work gratis. In the Italian Constitution, clause 36 states unequivocally that workers must be paid. There’s no exemption granted to the employers of young journalists. Ester Castano co-founder stampoantimafioso.it Benedetta Tobagi journalist and author Matteo Valerio co-founder Errori di Stampa Eleonora Voltolina founder repubblicadeglistagisti.it

PANEL DISCUSSION

16.30 | Sala Lippi

The authentic vs the authoritative Turi Munthe

Broadcasters now actively choose handheld video footage from local witnesses over the perfect edits of professionals. Why? Because viewers reckon it feels more real, and therefore more ‘true’. It’s a culture shift, but is it bad for journalism? Turi Munthe founder and CEO Demotix Richard Sambrook director Cardiff University Journalism School Elinor Shields ex managing editor The Huffington Post Jacopo Tondelli ex editor linkiesta.it

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16.30 | Hotel La Rosetta

WORKSHOP

Independent journalism: how to tell different stories Self-financing, crowd-funding, non-profit funding and story campaigns. The struggle of independent journalists and filmmakers in today’s post-industrial environment to find sustainable ways to tell different stories across media and beyond niche audiences.

Stefania Ulivi

Lisa Biagiotti journalist and film director Andrea Marinelli freelance journalist Stefania Ulivi Corriere della Sera

17.00 | Sala Raffaello, Hotel Brufani

IN CONVERSATION

A 30-year-long sports column Being a journalist today; on the road, on the web, on a bike, close to or far from the champions. A 360-degrees conversation with Gianni Mura, perhaps the most respected Italian sports journalist of his generation, about a profession - the cornerstone of his life - which has suddenly become uncertain and even unpopular.

Gianni Mura

Gianni Mura La Repubblica Giuseppe Smorto editor repubblica.it

17.00 | Sala Priori, Hotel Brufani

HACKERS’CORNER

Internet assassin! An analysis of the technological terminology in dozens of headlines and articles published in the Italian and international press. The reasonableness or otherwise of certain expressions that have become common - and the proper, neutral way to describe to the reader certain mild, technological features that now characterise our society - will be evaluated.

Giovanni Ziccardi

Giovanni Ziccardi University of Milan

17.00 | Hotel Sangallo

PANEL DISCUSSION

Gamification: more fun means a better bottom line? The news industry has an important indicator of the level of involvement of the reader, namely data on the amount of time spent on a newspaper website. The implementation of techniques related to gamification can be of considerable help in improving the experience of the reader, creating involvement and participation and in consequence generating better business performance. Angelo Cimarosti co-founder YouReporter Garrett Goodman Worldcrunch Pier Luca Santoro communications expert Fabio Viola DigitalFun

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The Italy of tomorrow Mauro Casciari

Beppe Severgnini PANEL DISCUSSION

Beppe Severgnini - the most followed Italian journalist on Twitter, with over 380 thousand followers - in his latest book Italiani di domani identifies 8 ‘T’s as key features for the Italy of tomorrow; talento, tenacia, tempismo, tolleranza, totem, tenerezza, terra, testa (how good is your Italian?). He’ll talk about this and much more in a Twitterview with Mauro Casciari. Any questions welcome via Twitter - #bsevlive. Mauro Casciari Quelli che... RAI 2 Beppe Severgnini Corriere della Sera

17.30 | Sala del Dottorato

Newspapers on Facebook and Twitter: the Italian situation Vincenzo Cosenza

The presentation of an in-depth analysis of how Italian newspapers use Facebook and Twitter. Daniele Bellasio social media editor Il Sole 24 Ore Vincenzo Cosenza blogmeter.it Peter Gomez editor ilfattoquotidiano.it Raffaella Menichini La Repubblica Marta Serafini Corriere della Sera

Peter Gomez WORKSHOP

17.30 | Hotel La Rosetta

Free (or cheap) tools for digital journalists C. Felice Dalla Pasqua

You are a selfstanding web journalist, or you work in a cash-strapped newsroom: e will take you on a tour of free or almost free tools that will let you stream live video, edit digital photos, become a social media power user, create HTML charts, analyze search keywords, embed polls and create interactive slideshows. Carlo Felice Dalla Pasqua editor gazzettino.it Mario Tedeschini Lalli Gruppo L’Espresso

PANEL DISCUSSION

18.00 | Centro Servizi G. Alessi

Radio despite Twitter Francesca Barra

Simone Spetia

Is there still viable space in the media landscape for that emblem of 20th century communication the wireless (also known as the radio)? Some examples of how radio and social media can mesh smoothly, and in so doing transform the listener from consumer to resource. Francesca Barra journalist and author Luca Bottura Radio Capital Marina Petrillo director Radio Popolare Simone Spetia Radio 24 34


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PANEL DISCUSSION

The web watchdog generation Watchdoggers are digitized videomakers armed with semi-professional cameras. They inform us about what happens next door, denounce what does not work, create a direct line between citizens and local government. The Italian watchdoggers perform a vital service in areas where TV and even local newspapers have disappeared. They turn on a microphone, which often becomes a megaphone. Giampaolo Colletti founder altratv.tv Angelo Ferrillo editor laterradeifuochi.it Piero Gaffuri director new media RAI Tiziana Prezzo Sky News Italy Riccardo Staglianò La Repubblica

Piero Gaffuri

Riccardo Staglianò

18.00 | Sala Priori, Hotel Brufani

WORKSHOP

Geeks: end of the male monopoly? The geek is generally synonomous with relatively young, slightly obsessive, potentially brilliant, mildly awkward males. Time for a rethink? Girl Geek Life is an Italian niche magazine aimed at broadening access to geekdom - to include the other half of the population too.

Sonia Montegiove

Luigina Foggetti co-founder girlgeeklife.com Sara Maternini co-founder girlgeeklife.com Sonia Montegiove girlgeeklife.com Emma Tracanella girlgeeklife.com

18.00 | Sala Raffaello, Hotel Brufani

PANEL DISCUSSION

Building communities As print revenues and circulations fall, media groups are looking for alternative revenue streams to safeguard their future. One of the most popular is the desire to build communities of interest among readers. Who is leading the way and will it work?

Anthony De Rosa

Emily Bell director Tow Center for Digital Journalism, Columbia Journalism School Steve Buttry digital transformation editor Digital First Media Anthony De Rosa social media editor Reuters Jane Martinson The Guardian Jane Martinson

18.30 | Bar Bellavista, Hotel Brufani

LIVE FROM PERUGIA

La Zanzara - Radio 24 Broadcast live from the festival, the Radio 24 no-holds-barred news and current affairs phone-in talk show La Zanzara presented by Giuseppe Cruciani. Giuseppe Cruciani Radio 24 David Parenzo journalist and author 35


PANEL DISCUSSION

18.30 | Sala dei Notari

Girlfriend in a coma Bill Emmott

Annalisa Piras

If Italy is to offer a better tomorrow, Italians must wake up to the harsh realities of today and yesterday. That’s the message of Girlfriend in a Coma by the Anglo-Italian team of film-maker Annalisa Piras, former London correspondent of L’Espresso and La7, and exeditor of The Economist Bill Emmott. The documentary blends hard facts with poetry, animation and scores of Italian testimonies. Initially rebuffed by mainstream media, Girlfriend in a Coma has caught fire thanks to social media, where its innovative qualities and tough message have created a huge following. After the response on the web Piras and Emmott are now turning their film into an evolving, participatory campaign, in the unashamed belief that films and journalism may after all change the world. Bill Emmott journalist and author Bruno Manfellotto editor L’Espresso Annalisa Piras journalist and film director Luca Telese In Onda LA7

PANEL DISCUSSION

19.30 | Sala Raffaello, Hotel Brufani

The perfect crisis: media and myths Mario Seminerio

Hiding behind fairy tales as an antidote to reality: nothing new here. This is the stuff politics is made of. But sovereign debt markets will not be placated by a good bed-time read. Beware the fairy tale turning into a voodoo economics nightmare, reaching a natural end-point with 100% of a nation’s debt held by its banks and 100% of the banks owned by the state. Marco Alfieri editor linkiesta.it Daniele Bellasio social media editor Il Sole 24 Ore Dario Di Vico Corriere della Sera Mario Seminerio blog phastidio.net

21.00 | Sala dei Notari

IF THESE ARE MEN More than 80 women were killed by their husband/ partner/lover/ex in Italy in the first half of 2012. Riccardo Iacona considers this issue in his latest book Se questi sono gli uomini, including the media coverage of such events. ‘Crime of passion’ or simply murder? Concita De Gregorio La Repubblica Riccardo Iacona Presadiretta RAI 3

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08.00 | Sala Collins, Hotel Brufani

Lateral - Radio Capital Radio Capital satirical newspaper review show Lateral presented by Luca Bottura. Luca Bottura Radio Capital LIVE FROM PERUGIA

09.00 | Bar Bellavista, Hotel Brufani

Nove in punto - Radio 24 Broadcast live from the festival, the Radio 24 news and current affairs chat show Nove in punto presented by Simone Spetia. Simone Spetia Radio 24

Newsmodo is a revolutionary web based platform that empowers media organisations to source content by leveraging our global network of freelance professionals. Sign up as a buyer or seller of news content now at www.newsmodo.com Find the latest updates, presentations and opportunities by following @newsmodo_com Proud sponsors of the #ijf13 Newsmodo – ‘Source or Sell News’ Presentation 15:30 – 16:30, Thursday 25/04/2013 Hotel Brufani – Sala Raffaello

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PANEL DISCUSSION

Data journalism in southern Europe Data journalism has been growing enormously in recent years even in countries where public access to information and data is not granted by a Freedom of Information Act, as is the case with many southern European countries. Data journalists have been working side by side with civic initiatives promoting open access and transparency, and have started producing interesting and original data investigations. Such investigations are finding space even in major news outlets, which are starting to recognize the added value of data-driven articles. In countries often afflicted by corruption and lack of transparency both in politics and in the public administration, data journalism represents an even more strategic opportunity to enhance media work in the public interest. The panel will consider examples from Spain, Italy, Croatia and Bosnia.

Marko Rakar

Mar Cabra multimedia investigative reporter Marko Rakar president Windmill Guido Romeo Wired Elisabetta Tola founder formicablu.it

09.30 | Hotel Sangallo

WORKSHOP

Violence against women: words against deeds Every three days on average a woman is murdered in Italy by her husband, partner, lover or ex. A social emergency which for years the media has covered (if at all) from the ‘crime of passion’ angle rather than analysing it as a structural rift at the very heart of society. Things are changing however - in Italy and elsewhere in the world.

Lauren Wolfe

Introduction Daniela Albanesi president Centro per le Pari Opportunità Regione Umbria Emily Bell director Tow Center for Digital Journalism, Columbia Journalism School Stefania Ulivi Corriere della Sera Lauren Wolfe director Women Under Siege project Women’s Media Center

10.00 | Sala del Dottorato

PANEL DISCUSSION

Cyberactivism, leaking and the lesson of WikiLeaks How is cyberactivism evolving, from Anonymous to other groups that use the Internet to defend freedom of expression and the free circulation of information? What is the role of leaking in this scenario? What did we learn from the experience of WikiLeaks? Is there something new? Is there a way to use leaking by the media? Claudio Agosti president Hermes Center for Transparency and Digital Human Rights James Ball The Guardian Carola Frediani co-founder effecinque.org Giovanni Ziccardi University of Milan

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PANEL DISCUSSION

10.00 | Sala Lippi

Business models 2.0: beyond advertising Gabriel Kahn

If news organizations are going to survive and keep on producing worthwhile content, they need to diversify their revenue streams and stop relying so heavily on advertising dollars. A discussion of other ways that startups and news organizations can earn money. Marco Bardazzi La Stampa Garrett Goodman Worldcrunch Gabriel Kahn Annenberg School for Journalism, University of Southern California Justin Peters editor Columbia Journalism Review online Wilfried Ruetten director European Journalism Centre

PRESS REVIEW

10.00 | Sala Maggiore, Hotel Brufani

What the papers say An entertaining and irreverent review of the day’s newspapers. Bill Emmott

Bill Emmott journalist and author Beppe Severgnini Corriere della Sera

PANEL DISCUSSION

10.00 | Centro Servizi G. Alessi

How the Chinese economy is presented in the media Rui Chenggang

It’s hard enough trying to figure out what’s really going on in Western economies. When it comes to analysing the Chinese economy, the task for journalists is particularly arduous - and important. Once upon a time when America sneezed Europe caught a cold. If China now sneezes the West will have to reach for the tissues. And/or be ordered to bed for a few days. Rui Chenggang director China Central Television Laure de Carayon founder China Connect Federico Fioravanti ex editor Corriere dell’Umbria Romeo Orlandi vice president Osservatorio Asia Luca Vinciguerra China correspondent Il Sole 24 Ore

WORKSHOP

11.00 | Hotel Sangallo

Is multi-newsroom cooperation the future of live blogging? Bertrand Pecquerie

Many media organisations run live blogs simultaneously for live coverage. New blogging tools are now avilable and for shrinking newsrooms it might be an answer for maintaining quality journalism. Multi-newsroom live blogs will allow aggregation of content from different newsrooms covering the same major event. Douglas Arellanes co-founder Sourcefabric Bertrand Pecquerie CEO Global Editors Network Aron Pilhofer editor interactive news The New York Times Mario Tedeschini Lalli Gruppo L’Espresso 42


11.00 | Sala Priori, Hotel Brufani

HACKERS’CORNER

Content re-use in digital journalism The relationship between online journalism and copyright: what are the possibilities and limitations associated with the use and reuse of digital content? Matteo Jori University of Milan

11.30 | Sala dei Notari

Matteo Jori

KEYNOTE SPEECH

Teaching the fish how to walk: five things old media can learn from new media Keynote speech by Mathew Ingram. A consideration of some of the skills and principles that make new media (including social media) such a powerful tool for journalism, and what traditional reporters and media outlets can learn from that.

Mathew Ingram

Claudio Giua director innovation Gruppo L’Espresso Mathew Ingram senior writer GigaOM PANEL DISCUSSION

11.30 | Sala del Dottorato

The Israel-Palestine issue How does the Israeli-Palestinian issue change after the historic UN vote that admitted Palestine as a non-member observer state? The overwhelming prevalence of yes (138) indicates that the majority of countries in the world support one possible solution to the Middle East conflict: two peoples, two states. Zouhir Louassini RAI News Ahmad Rafiq Awad Al Quds University Meron Rapoport Channel 2 Gigi Riva L’Espresso Alessia Schiaffini RAI 3 News

Ahmad Rafiq Awad

Meron Rapoport

11.30 | Sala Raffaello, Hotel Brufani

PANEL DISCUSSION

The first internet world war A new global internet agenda following WCIT-2012. A consideration of the many and complex - issues surrounding the future of telecommunications and the web. Andrea Aparo Ansaldo Energia Lucio Caracciolo editor Limes Emilio Carelli Sky News Italy Gianluca Comin director external relations ENEL Mauro Giovanni Fazio Mise Massimo Mantellini journalist and blogger Fabio Mini Army general Francesco Pizzetti president Alleanza per Internet 43

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AWARD CEREMONY

11.30 | Centro Servizi G. Alessi

Health communication, new media and information award Eva Benelli

Direzione Regionale Sanità, coesione sociale e società della conoscenza - Strategie di Comunicazione

PANEL DISCUSSION

Awards ceremony of the second edition of the National Health Communication, New Media and Information award. The award is organised by the Department of Health of the Umbria Regional Council. Alfredo d’Ari Ministry of Health Eva Benelli Zadig Marta Cicci president Associazione Stampa Umbra Emilio Duca Department of Health, Umbria Regional Council Giuseppina Manuali Department of Health, Umbria Regional Council Lella Mazzoli University of Urbino Gianna Milano journalist Eugenio Santoro Epidemiology Department, Mario Negri Institute

11.30 | Sala Lippi

The Arab spring two years on Maria Cuffaro

The democracy and freedom dreamed of so recently by the young protestors in Tunis and in Tahrir Square is a rapidly fading memory. In Syria the massacres continue, Libia Tunisia and Egypt are once again on the verge of civil war while the sheiks of Qatar continue their revolutionary shopping. Maria Cuffaro RAI 3 News Flavio Fusi RAI 3 News

HACKERS’CORNER

12.00 | Sala Priori, Hotel Brufani

Cyber attacks: what you need to know Igor Falcomatà

Targeted attacks, general attacks, APT (Advanced Persistent Threat). What is the state of play of cyber attacks? Which are the new trends (and which are old but still valid)? A discussion about the types of cyber attack against activists, dissidents, journalists, and a comparison with the attacks to which we are subject daily as “simple online users”. Igor Falcomatà web security expert

WORKSHOP

12.30 | Hotel Sangallo

Digital fact-checking Johanna Venkoo

Journalists need to update their fact-checking skills to the digital age. A chance to learn how to dig deeper with web search, identify internet hoaxes and verify social media content - whether tweets, images or video. Nicola Bruno co-founder effecinque.org Johanna Vehkoo editor longplay.fi 44


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WORKSHOP

Making data visualisations: a survival guide Data visualisations have qualities that make them very powerful communication tools. Images and visualisations are often more readily accepted as evidence than texts. But how can we combine the power of visualizations with the values and ethics of quality journalism? What are the common pitfalls, mistakes and misconceptions? How can we succeed in finding a balance between compelling storytelling, correct data display and aesthetically rich representations? Gregor Aisch freelance information visualizer

14.00 | Sala Lippi

PRESENTATION

Access law The best scoops aren’t handed out willingly. Press releases may increasingly fill reporters’ inboxes, but they won’t contain stories about abuses of power, injustice or corruption. For that you need your own tools to prise out the secrets others don’t want you to know. Chief among these tools: access laws. More than 90 countries now have laws giving citizens the right to government information. Knowing these laws and how best to use them will take your reporting to another level. Get the scoops that define careers and change governments.

Heather Brooke

Heather Brooke activist and author

14.00 | Sala Raffaello, Hotel Brufani

IN CONVERSATION

Leader. Femminile Singolare An interview of Sarah Varetto, director of Sky News Italy, in the Leader. Femminile Singolare series of events held throughout Italy on the subject of women who get to the top of their chosen profession and can thereby really begin to make a difference. Interview by Giuseppe Cruciani.

Sarah Varetto

Giuseppe Cruciani Radio 24 Sarah Varetto director Sky News Italy

14.00 | Centro Servizi G. Alessi

PRESENTATION

Buzzfeed: the rise of social storytelling During the 2012 Olympics a South Korean fencer refused to leave the floor because she disagreed with the judge’s ruling. Instead of writing a traditional news article about it, a BuzzFeed staffer told the story using animated GIFs. The post got 475,000 views - 395,000 of which (83 percent) were via sharing. With more and more people consuming news they find out about via social media, how can publications evolve the way they tell stories to adapt to the new social age? Doree Shafrir executive editor Buzzfeed 45

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AWARD CEREMONY

14.00 | Sala dei Notari

European Union Young Journalists award The award recognises the best work on issues related to the European Union - in print or online media, on video and on the radio - by Italian journalism school students and/ or Italian university students who contribute to university radio stations. Lucio Battistotti director European Commission - Representation in Italy Marcello Graco RAI 3 News Anna Piras RAI Parlamento PANEL DISCUSSION

14.30 | Sala dei Notari

Social networks: the end of journalism? The ever increasing use of social networks - by institutions, politicians, political parties, ordinary citizens, lobbies, various groups - has multiplied the sources of news in competition with traditional media, despite the media’s increasingly “aggressive” use of the same social networks. The exponential multiplication of news of all kinds, often propagandistic or subversive, makes it impossibile for users to verify the sources and the accuracy of the news. Is this an announcement of the imminent end of journalism? Anguel Beremliysky European Commission - Representation in Italy Steve Clark European Parliament Luca De Biase Il Sole 24 Ore Rafaela De Marche European Parliament Giorgio Mennella agoravox.it Anna Piras RAI Parlamento Marco Zatterin La Stampa PANEL DISCUSSION

14.30 | Hotel La Rosetta

Citizen journalism: between exploitation and democratization Antonio Casilli

HACKERS’CORNER

Mutually exclusive or mutually enhancing? Or neither? The professionals and the others in the realm of news. Giovanni Boccia Artieri University of Urbino Antonio Casilli Paris Institute of Technology Mafe De Baggis co-founder pleens.com

14.30 | Sala Priori, Hotel Brufani

How to measure censorship Arturo Filastò

The Open Observatory of Network Interference is a project which aims to collect information about the reality of Internet censorship in the world. Measurements are made using open methodologies and free software. The data collected is made public, thus giving the opportunity to everyone to draw their own conclusions. Arturo Filastò vice president Hermes Center for Transparency and Digital Human Rights 46


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PANEL DISCUSSION

Charitable organisations amid the media hullabaloo How best can charitable organisations cut through the frivolity and incessant background chatter which so dominate the media seascape in order to get their message across? Not drowned out but to stand out.

Davide Usai

Roberto Barbieri director Oxfam Italy Massimo Ciampa director Mediafriends Bruno Mastroianni communications director Opus Dei Novella Pellegrini secretary general Enel Cuore Davide Usai director general UNICEF Italy

15.00 | Centro Servizi G. Alessi

PANEL DISCUSSION

Citizen journalism 2.0 So will the social media bubble burst, or is it here to stay? What is the place of rolling TV news channels and print journalism in the age of Twitter? If citizen journalists and activists are replacing western reporters in countries like Syria and Iran do news organisations owe them a duty of care - and a salary? Adam Baker founder Blottr Eric Carvin social media editor Associated Press Anthony De Rosa social media editor Reuters Stuart Hughes BBC News Mark Little founder and CEO Storyful Turi Munthe founder and CEO Demotix

Stuart Hughes

Mark Little

15.00 | Sala Raffaello, Hotel Brufani

PANEL DISCUSSION

Dangerous liaisons: journalists and communications pros Journalists and communications professionals use the same tools and share the same skills; the ability to communicate on social networks, producing content, knowing how to manage the digital, having the ability to listen and interact. The unique role of the communications pro who is able to work on two fronts at once is establishing itself more and more. This may be a resource from the professional point of view and a job opportunity - it is also a potential short circuit between journalism and corporate communications. Where are the boundaries and what are the risks? Daniele Chieffi journalist and author Luca Conti founder pandemia.info Carola Frediani co-founder effecinque.org Manuela Kron director corporate affairs NestlĂŠ Anna Masera social media editor La Stampa

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IN CONVERSATION

15.00 | Sala Lippi

Ethical aggregation Steve Buttry

With the drive for more content, aggregation reigns. But when are you aggregating too fast, too much or too close to the original story? Join a discussion on the art of ethical aggregation. Steve Buttry digital transformation editor Digital First Media Marina Petrillo director Radio Popolare

PANEL DISCUSSION

15.30 | Hotel Sangallo

Webdocs as multimedia reportages Tiziana Guerrisi

A consideration of the evolution of the first Italian generation of webdocs, with increasingly innovative use of cross-media languages. The example of Inside Carceri, the webdoc on Italian prisons produced by the freelance journalists of Next New Media, will be presented. Tiziana Guerrisi co-founder Next New Media Riccardo Staglianò La Repubblica

HACKERS’CORNER

15.30 | Sala Priori, Hotel Brufani

Defamation on the web Giovanni B. Gallus

Recent Italian court judgments - including the case of Alessandro Sallusti, editor of the Italian daily Il Giornale sentenced to jail (currently under appeal) for defamation - have highlighted the importance of the issue of online libel and defamation. Recent changes in the law on this subject will be discussed, through an analysis of the proposed normative changes and other particular cases that with the advent of the internet appear to have found fertile ground to proliferate. Giovanni Battista Gallus president Circolo dei Giuristi Telematici Francesco Paolo Micozzi lawyer and author

PANEL DISCUSSION

16.00 | Sala del Dottorato

Media treatment of the LGBT community Cristiana Alicata

Benjamin Cohen

How does the Italian and UK media deal with the LGBT community? What assessment can be made of recent progress? Have the old prejudices and stereotypes been overcome? And to what degree does the way in which LGBT issues are treated in the media influence public opinion and political discourse? Cristiana Alicata activist and author Benjamin Cohen founder pinknews.co.uk Marco Pasqua L’Huffington Post Pasquale Quaranta journalist and activist Delia Vaccarello journalist and author 48


16.00 | Hotel La Rosetta

PRESENTATION

Italia 2013: new frontiers of journalism (and politics) Italia 2013 was set up as a month-long experiment in analysing the first (February 2013) national social-media-based election campaign. From the experiment emerged the ebook Social Winner on the importance of content curation and data journalism in an era characterised by an abundance of information and a scarsity of newspaper resources to make use of that information.

Riccardo Luna

Riccardo Luna director CheFuturo! Marco Pratellesi Vanity Fair

16.30 | Hotel Sangallo

WORKSHOP

Making decisions in difficult or dangerous situations International news reporting is becoming more dangerous than ever before. According to the International Federation of Journalists, more than 120 journalists were deliberately targeted and killed in the line of duty last year. While a degree of risk is an inevitable part of any assignment in a hostile environment, there is much that newsgatherers can do both prior to deployment and once in the field to improve their personal safety and to become more resilient in the face of psychological stresses that can cloud one’s judgement. This workshop will offer a practical introduction to some tips and techniques journalists can use to keep themselves safe and ensure they make the best possible decisions when working in harm’s way.

Gavin Rees

Hannah Storm

Stuart Hughes BBC News Gavin Rees director Dart Centre Europe Hannah Storm director International News Safety Institute

16.30 | Sala Raffaello, Hotel Brufani

PANEL DISCUSSION

Russia’s protest movement and the media In 2011 and 2012 a wave of protest demonstrations - the largest since the end of the USSR - swept across Russia. Tens of thousands of Russian citizens took to the streets to demand free and fair elections and an end to Putisim. Mainstream national media - largely controlled by the Kremlin - studiously downplayed or ignored these events. It was up to a small group of independent and courageous newspapers and TV channels to tell the truth. Oliver Carroll editor openDemocracy Russia Marcello Greco RAI 3 News Natalia Sindeeva founder and director TV Rain Maxim Trudolyubov Vedomosti Anna Zafesova La Stampa

Oliver Carroll

Natalia Sindeeva

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16.30 | Sala Lippi

News as signal: Liquid Newsroom, a real-time web sonar Steffen Konrath

The Liquid Newsroom is a cloud application, accessible via the Internet, which utilizes the strengths of the real time web: fast news delivery to people connected along the interest graph. #liquidnews, or signals, are used to identify information sources and to analyze their place in the news ecosystem. All operations are managed by three new roles in the newsroom: signal amplifier, sourcing specialist and data analyst. Steffen Konrath editor Liquid Newsroom

PANEL DISCUSSION

16.30 | Centro Servizi G. Alessi

How women are portrayed by the media Charlie Beckett

Jane Martinson

IN CONVERSATION

Men dominate the news headlines and bylines so much that the media has been described by a British MP as an 80/20 society with women in the minority. What’s more, women are far more likely to be portrayed as victims or simply adornments than their male counterparts. Why is this and what can be done about it? Charlie Beckett director POLIS Emily Bell director Tow Center for Digital Journalism, Columbia Journalism School Jane Martinson The Guardian Hannah Storm director INSI Lauren Wolfe director Women Under Siege project Women’s Media Center

16.30 | Sala dei Notari

A certain Enzo Biagi Vittorio Zucconi

Enzo Biagi (1920-2007) was a highly respected Italian journalist and writer. The book Casa Biagi. Una storia familiare (Rizzoli, 2012), written by his daughters Bice and Carla Biagi, has recently been published to honour his life and work. They will be in conversation with Vittorio Zucconi. Bice Biagi Carla Biagi Vittorio Zucconi La Repubblica

HACKERS’CORNER

17.00 | Sala Priori, Hotel Brufani

Hardware&software for communicating on the move Cristiano Cafferata

Over the years we have become accustomed to standardized internet access, regardless of which computer is in front of you. But this is not the case as soon as you step out of the office or go abroad. An analysis of the diversity of usable devices and minimum levels of protection. Cristiano Cafferata SonicWALL 50


17.00 | Hotel La Rosetta

WORKSHOP

Mobile tools for the multimedia journalist Your smartphone goes beyond point and click recording. Your tablet may be all you need to produce great video, audio and picture projects, both on deadline or at a leisure pace. Come and discuss the apps and equipment that will make your mobile device your number one tool.

Rosa Maria Di Natale

Rosa Maria Di Natale journalist Mario Tedeschini Lalli Gruppo L’Espresso

17.30 | Sala del Dottorato

PANEL DISCUSSION

The digital comeback of longform The year 2012 has been called the year of the e-single, as it was the year when this new digital format made its breakthrough with media start-ups like The Atavist and Byliner paving the way. Now many established publishers, such as Wired and The New York Times, are experimenting with singles - individually sold stories that are longer than most magazine articles but shorter than most nonfiction books. Is the longform single saving quality journalism on the web? How is it changing publishing? Does it offer a new business model for investigative journalism?

Bobbie Johnson

Johanna Vehkoo

Massimo Colasurdo founder inform-ant.it Bobbie Johnson co-founder readmatter.com Johanna Vehkoo editor longplay.fi

17.30 | Sala Lippi

WORKSHOP

The future: the data-driven economy We live more and more in a world of activities generated by a “data-driven economy”: the production, distribution and use of digital information of all kinds has become a major force in economic growth. Mobile broadband, of increasing use also in developing countries, has led to technological and social transformation. Large amounts of data, together with the associated systems of memory, manipulation and analysis, are changing the way businesses and governments make their decisions. But this economic sector remains relatively unknown, unregulated and unexploited. Mila Fiordalisi Corriere della Comunicazione Roberto Masiero president Innovation Knowledge Foundation Carlo Maria Medaglia University of Rome Pierdavid Pizzocchero spokesman Affari comunitari - Ministero Coesione Territoriale

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PANEL DISCUSSION

18.00 | Sala dei Notari

Football and journalism in the third millennium Pierluigi Pardo

New ways of reporting on the world’s greatest sport, including new media and the innovative use of statistics. For example: Italy have never lost to Germany in a World Cup Finals game. Gianluca Di Marzio Sky Sport Italy John Foot University College London Giorgio Matteoli journalist Pierluigi Pardo Sport Mediaset Mario Sconcerti Corriere della Sera Gianni Valenti La Gazzetta dello Sport

PANEL DISCUSSION

18.00 | Centro Servizi G. Alessi

Public service media: the challenges ahead Vittorio Argento

Michael Mullane

The combined forces of technology, new audience behaviour, economics and globalisation are redrawing the media landscape. Audiences are more fragmented than ever in terms of numbers, demographic groups, viewing, listening and reading habits. The internet and social networks have transformed the gathering and distribution of news, as well as empowering everyone to publish and to exert greater control over the content they receive. How are public service media adapting to these changes in order to maintain quality, uphold their traditional editorial values and to continue serving the needs of their audiences? It will be about the big ideas but also the practical skills journalists need and the real world problems they face. Vittorio Argento deputy director RAI Radio1 Nicoletta Iacobacci European Broadcasting Union Hans Laroes Eurovision Michael Mullane Eurovision

WORKSHOP

18.00 | Hotel Sangallo

Reporting on earthquakes with a data-driven approach Ettore Di Cesare

Elisabetta Tola

Italy is a highly seismic country, on the same level perhaps as the state of California, Japan, Turkey, the Pacific coast of South America and many other areas of the world. Earthquakes occur time after time, in repeated cycles throughout history. But in many countries they are still perceived as occasional events, natural disasters that occur without any possibility of reducing the risk associated with them, an attitude resulting in very little prevention and a certain carelessness about safety in public buildings, including schools. In this panel we’ll go through three different stories. The first one is that of L’Aquila, the Italian town destroyed by an earthquake in April 2009 which resulted in 309 people being killed, including many students sleeping at the university student dormitory. Ettore Di Cesare co-founder Openpolis Gabriel Kahn Annenberg School for Journalism, University of Southern California Guido Romeo Wired Elisabetta Tola founder formicablu.it 52


18.30 | Bar Bellavista, Hotel Brufani

LIVE FROM PERUGIA

La Zanzara - Radio 24 Broadcast live from the festival, the Radio 24 no-holds-barred news and current affairs phone-in talk show La Zanzara presented by Giuseppe Cruciani. Interviews with festival speakers will feature.

Giuseppe Cruciani

Giuseppe Cruciani Radio 24 David Parenzo journalist and author

18.30 | Sala Raffaello, Hotel Brufani

IN CONVERSATION

Confidence is everything Banks rely on the confidence of their customers and especially of their depositors. Without that confidence the banks could not function - this is not a confidence trick but a confidence fact. So what happens when confidence in the banking system begins to diminish, when evidence of incompetence, malpractice and greed begins to accumulate? A discussion taking as its starting point the latest book by Gianni Dragoni entitled Banchieri & compari. Gianni Dragoni Il Sole 24 Ore Alessandro Profumo president Banca Monte dei Paschi di Siena Rachel Sanderson The Financial Times

18.30 | Sala del Dottorato

Gianni Dragoni

Alessandro Profumo

PANEL DISCUSSION

Google - friend or foe to the news industry? The past year or so, especially in continental Europe, has seen a ‘war of nerves’ between Google and news publishers over the issue of content protection. Farreaching agreements have been signed - at times seemingly more armistice than lasting peace. Are services such as Google News an existential threat to news publishers? Is the current fairly generalised economic malaise of the news industry ‘Google’s fault’ or is it rather the consequence of radical technological change and a subsequent metamorphosis in news consumption habits and corporate advertising strategy?

Peter Barron

Claudio Giua

Peter Barron director external relations Google EMEA Luca Conti founder pandemia.info Luca De Biase Il Sole 24 Ore Claudio Giua director innovation Gruppo L’Espresso Mathew Ingram GigaOM

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19.00 | Sala Collins, Hotel Brufani

TG Zero - Radio Capital Vittorio Zucconi

Broadcast live from the festival, the Radio Capital news and current affairs talk show TG Zero presented by Vittorio Zucconi and Edoardo Buffoni. Interviews with festival speakers will feature. Edoardo Buffoni Radio Capital Vittorio Zucconi La Repubblica

IN CONVERSATION

19.30 | Sala Raffaello, Hotel Brufani

The web makes us free? John Lloyd

Gianni Riotta

From the century of the ‘masses’ to the century of the ‘individual’ - revolutions in both cases, carnage and chaos in both cases too? In his latest book Il web ci rende liberi? (Einaudi, 2013), Gianni Riotta considers the interplay of old content&systems with new tools&hierarchies and wonders where the cracks will first appear. In conversation with Bill Emmott and John Lloyd. Bill Emmott journalist and author John Lloyd director of journalism Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism Gianni Riotta journalist and author

19.00 | Teatro Morlacchi

FATTOTV - LIVE FROM PERUGIA Broadcast live from Perugia of FattoTV on investigative journalism and the relationship between media and power. Lirio Abbate L’Espresso Peter Gomez editor ilfattoquotidiano.it Fiorenza Sarzanini Corriere della Sera Marco Travaglio deputy editor Il Fatto Quotidiano Connectivity provided by Telecom Italia

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DOCUMENTARY

Witness By laeffe (the new channel of Feltrinelli) and LA7, four documentaries filmed by Michael Mann, the director of Collateral and Public Enemies - Witness: Juarez, Witness: Libya, Witness: Rio, Witness: Sudan Drugs, poverty, violence, corruption, arms trafficking and ethnic war have created some of the most dangerous hot spots on the planet. Witness follows the new generation of photojournalists in conflict areas in Mexico, Libya, Brazil, Sudan. What makes a journalist go closer to the action when everyone else is looking for shelter?

Witness: Juarez Eros Hoagland has been a reporter in Iraq, Afghanistan and Haiti. In Juarez Mexico, the murder capital of the world with over 19,000 deaths related to drug trafficking, Eros tells the story, with great emotional impact, of the murder of a man in his car and the contrast between the silence of death and the arrival of the police. 21.00 | Sala dei Notari

Witness: Rio In Rio, a city caught between police and gangs, the intrepid photoreporter Eros embarks on a gruesome search for hidden bodies inside and outside the favelas.

21.00 | Teatro Morlacchi

TIPTOE THROUGH THE TENTACLES The comedian Paolo Rossi and the journalist Gian Antonio Stella on a can-you-believe-this? romp through modern Italian bureaucracy, picking up some choice idiocies along the way. From Tacito to Montesquieu to Weber, plenty have had their say on bureaucracy through the centuries. Conclusion? The world of bureaucracy is a world unto itself. Paolo Rossi actor Gian Antonio Stella Corriere della Sera

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09.00 | Sala Raffaello, Hotel Brufani

Covering emergencies in the age of big data In the age of big data, journalists are confronted with opportunities and challenges. Particularly in humanitarian crises, we require fast, accurate communication to ensure that the public have correct information to take relevant actions. What can we learn from the past disasters such as Hurricane Sandy? What are the do’s and don’ts when covering life-threatening events in the digital age? What are the challenges in collecting data, and who owns the data once it’s collected? How should journalists monitor, verify and curate social media like Twitter and YouTube? Anthony De Rosa social media editor Reuters Aron Pilhofer editor interactive news The New York Times Christopher Reardon UNHCR Rina Tsubaki Journalism Centre 109X87 per andrea 4:-European 14-03-2013 22:57 Pagina 1 Claire Wardle Storyful

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LIVE FROM PERUGIA

#votantonio - Radio 24 Broadcast live from the festival, the Radio 24 political chat show #votantonio presented by Simone Spetia. Simone Spetia Radio 24

09.30 | Hotel La Rosetta

HACKATHON

Hackathon An all-day open data hackathon to bring together different worlds, looking for the new frontiers of information. Data can be an opportunity for all to increase the reliability of information, to contribute to a process of greater transparency in public administration, by involving citizens. Hackers, activists and citizens can participate to create an experimental day, a marathon of coding, information and data to exchange knowledge and give a contribution to journalism innovation. Nicola Bruno co-founder effecinque.org Alessio Cimarelli co-founder dataninja.it Andrea Nelson Mauro co-founder dataninja.it Pier Luca Santoro communications expert Elisabetta Tola founder formicablu.it

Alessio CImarelli

Andrea Nelson Mauro

09.30 | Sala Lippi

PRESENTATION

Lessons in paid content A presentation by Tomas Bella on Piano Media’s national payment system and the lessons learned in the two years since the first system was implemented. Tomas will also talk about the steps needed to implement a paid content system, the thinking that’s involved beyond just the revenue so when a media organization wishes to implement paid content they will have a better understanding of the complexities involved. Finally, he’ll talk about Piano Solo, Piano Media’s new metered product which allows a publisher to combine the meter and freemium systems to generate the most revenue possible.

Tomas Bella

Tomas Bella CEO Piano Media Matteo Tacconi freelance journalist

09.30 | Hotel Sangallo

WORKSHOP

Live blogging: how to create real-time multimedia storytelling The explosion of social media has had the effect of reducing the attention span of readers, who in turn are ever hungrier for real-time news. Given the lack of resources, traditional newsrooms have so far looked to Facebook and Twitter in order not to lose the battle of breaking news. This is where they are mistaken. Lillo Montalto Monella ScribbleLive 59

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PANEL DISCUSSION

10.00 | Centro Servizi G. Alessi

Slow journalism Federico Guerrini

What effect does the ever increasing velocity of on-and-offline news have on the quality of that news? Some speak of the Twitterization of news, but what does that really mean? How best can Jay Rosen’s ‘people formerly known as the audience’ be integrated to guarantee a fluid, coherent and reliable narration of events? Serena Danna Corriere della Sera Andrea Ferrazzi founder Slow Communication Federico Guerrini journalist and author Andrea Iannuzzi editor AGL

LIVE FROM PERUGIA

10.00 | Bar Bellavista, Hotel Brufani

L’Altra Europa - Radio 24 Broadcast live from the festival, the Radio 24 European culture and current affairs talk show L’Altra Europa presented by Federico Taddia. The programme is produced in association with the European radio network Euranet. Federico Taddia Radio 24 PANEL DISCUSSION

10.00 | Sala del Dottorato

Getting smart about social media Sue Llewellyn

Every journalist and news organization has a Twitter and Facebook account these days. But too many journalists are content to use those platforms exclusively for selfpromotion and banter, which minimizes the potential of the social web. How can journalists and newsrooms be more thoughtful and effective in their use of social media? - and acknowledge that, sometimes, social media isn’t the answer. Eric Carvin social media editor Associated Press Mark Johnson The Economist Sue Llewellyn digital strategy consultant Massimo Mantellini journalist and blogger Justin Peters editor Columbia Journalism Review online

PRESS REVIEW

10.00 | Sala Maggiore, Hotel Brufani

What the papers say An entertaining and irreverent review of the day’s newspapers. Filippo Facci

Giuseppe Cruciani Radio 24 Filippo Facci Libero David Parenzo journalist and author Luca Telese In Onda LA7

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PANEL DISCUSSION

Iraq to Syria: ten years of media safety changes and challenges An average of two journalists are killed every week carrying out their work. Most are local journalists investigating crime and corruption and their killers are seldom found. Ten years ago the International News Safety Institute was formed to promote best practise for safe reporting, to offer training around the world and to lobby government to support independent journalism. To mark its 10th anniversary, this panel discussion will consider what progress has been made in the last decade. Susan Dabbous freelance journalist Amedeo Ricucci RAI Richard Sambrook director executive board International News Safety Institute Ruth Sherlock The Daily Telegraph Hannah Storm director International News Safety Institute Paul Wood BBC News

10.30 | Sala Priori, Hotel Brufani

Richard Sambrook

Hannah Storm

HACKERS’CORNER

Your new PC: portable, secure, non-trackable and free A new, easy-to-use Linux-based operating system which provides top-drawer safety. Journalists who operate in dangerous areas can use this system to protect themselves. Marco Calamari Hermes Center for Transparency and Digital Human Rights

10.30 | Sala Raffaello, Hotel Brufani

Marco Calamari

PANEL DISCUSSION

Best of 2013 data journalism The rapidly changing field of data journalism is one of the best ways of making complex information understandable for the general public and therefore is critical to the future of news. Presentation of the 30 shortlisted entries of the 2013 GEN Data Journalism Awards.

Aron Pilhofer

Peter Barron director external relations Google EMEA Bertrand Pecquerie CEO Global Editors Network Aron Pilhofer editor interactive news The New York Times Paul Radu executive director OCCRP

10.30 | Hotel Sangallo

WORKSHOP

Advanced Twitter tools and tricks for journalists You are a journalist with a Twitter account, you follow a number of people, you actually tweet each day, but you don’t really know how to go to “the next level”. Come and learn how to best use “lists” and “hastags”, how to filter sources: all the hints you need to gather and validate information, to actively take part in the conversation without drowning the web under links to your own stories. Barbara Sgarzi journalist and author Mario Tedeschini Lalli Gruppo L’Espresso 61

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PANEL DISCUSSION

11.30 | Sala Raffaello, Hotel Brufani

Obligatory training? Yes please! Giancarlo Ghirra

The 2012 reform of Italian professional disciplines (including journalism) establishes the requirement for the regular training and updating of all registered members. The Ordine dei Giornalisti is preparing regulations and procedures to be implemented. But some issues remain to be clarified. Do the newspapers bear some of the costs or do they simply organize internal courses? Who is in charge of training unemployed colleagues, freelancers and those who have fixed-term contracts? What will the most useful topics be for the trainin courses? Who will be the trainers and what criteria will be used for selection and authorization? Giancarlo Ghirra Ordine dei Giornalisti Luigi Gubitosi director general RAI Paolo Liguori director new media Mediaset Roberto Napoletano editor Il Sole 24 Ore Franco Siddi secretary general FNSI

PANEL DISCUSSION

11.30 | Sala del Dottorato

Lessons in emigration Young Italian journalists who have chosen to work abroad - why, where, how? Chiara Albanese

WORKSHOP

Chiara Albanese Investment Europe Alessandro Alviani freelance journalist Alessandra Bonomolo freelance journalist Antonio Fabrizio InfraNews James Fontanella-Khan The Financial Times Tommaso Lana freelance journalist

11.30 | Hotel Sangallo

Translating Italy Tonia Mastrobuoni

Marion Sarah Tuggey

The ‘indiscrimate plundering’ by Italian media organisations of articles from non-Italian media organisations for re-hash publication. And in stark contrast the seemingly well-rooted and almost total disinterest of non-Italian media organisations in what the Italian media is up to. Time for reflection. Marco Castelnuovo La Stampa Tonia Mastrobuoni La Stampa Marina Petrillo director Radio Popolare Filippo Sensi deputy editor Europa Marion Sarah Tuggey bimboalieno.it

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AWARD CEREMONY

Stories on Umbria Awards ceremony of the fourth edition of the Stories on Umbria Journalism Award, set up and managed by the Chambers of Commerce of Perugia and Terni. The finalists in the print media section are: Federica Botta Itinerari e Luoghi, Nell Casey The New York Times, Alessandra Mammì L’Espresso. The finalists in the online media section are: Gamer Bautdinov senator.senat.org, Alex Berger virtualwayrarer.com, Lee Marshall telegraph.co.uk. The finalists in the TV broadcast section are: Cristina Erbetta RAI Storia, Marco Hagge Bellitalia - RAI 3, Patrizio Roversi e Syusy Blady Slow Tour - Rete 4.

Bruno Gambacorta

Enrico Cipiccia president Camera di Commercio di Terni Bruno Gambacorta Eat Parade TG2 Giorgio Mencaroni president Camera di Commercio di Perugia Dennis Redmont journalist and author

11.30 | Sala dei Notari

KEYNOTE SPEECH

Emily Bell Keynote speech by Emily Bell. Introduction by Anna Masera. Emily Bell director Tow Center for Digital Journalism, Columbia Journalism School Anna Masera social media editor La Stampa

12.00 | Sala Priori, Hotel Brufani

Emily Bell

HACKERS’CORNER

Personal liability: what’s mine? Defamation in the media: the personal liability of the journalist, the editor, the investigative reporter, the cartoonist and the political satirist. Marcello Bergonzi Perrone lawyer

12.00 | Sala Lippi

M. Bergonzi Perrone

PANEL DISCUSSION

Hacktivism and digital surveillance Dictators and oppressive regimes the planet over buy billions of dollars worth of digital surveillance technology from Western companies every year, frequently resulting in direct violation of the human rights of the citizens of such states. And with the full awareness of those doing the selling. In particular, this equipment is often used to identify and then repress dissidents and journalists. Fabio Chiusi blog ilNichilista Arturo Filastò vice president Hermes Center for Transparency and Digital Human RightsGiovanna Loccatelli journalist and author Dlshad Othman Sirian activist

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PANEL DISCUSSION

14.00 | Sala Raffaello, Hotel Brufani

Investigative journalism in Russia Z. Dzieciolowski

Investigative journalism is an indispensable instrument of democracy. In Russia dozens of courageous journalists must deal with censure and threats on a daily basis in order to report what state media chooses to hide. The Russia of today is towards the bottom end of all the international classifications for press freedom. Zygmunt Dzieciolowski openDemocracy Russia Anastasia Kirilenko journalist Svetlana Reiter Esquire Russia Roman Shleinov Vedomosti Elisabetta Terigi ilbureau.com

WORKSHOP

14.00 | Hotel Sangallo

Data visualisation, maps and timelines on a shoestring If you are a journalist who is always working on tight deadlines with little resources, this session is right for you. Award-winning data visualisation expert Gregor Aisch will give you an overview of the best free/affordable tools for producing data visualisations, maps and timelines for beginner and intermediate users. You will learn what level of skill each requires, what types of visualisations they are best at, limitations and customisation options for each tool and what technologies they use. Gregor Aisch freelance information visualizer PANEL DISCUSSION

14.00 | Centro Servizi G. Alessi

Siria: civil war or media war? Susan Dabbous

Paul Wood

What should information professionals do when activists replace journalists in the production of news? The dramatic conflict in Syria is a war fought on two fronts: military and media. The difficulty in getting first-hand information is that everything related to the real and actual course of events is filtered by a dense news network and more or less certified sources, which often rely on testimonials or videos put on the web by people who have an interest in giving their version of events. The fact that the Syrian government does not allow the presence of independent media in the country hardly helps matters. Susan Dabbous freelance journalist Aya Homsi activist Ruth Sherlock The Daily Telegraph Laura Tangherlini RAI News Paul Wood BBC News

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PANEL DISCUSSION

Women in the media: what’s wrong and what can be done? When it comes to women in politics (like Hilary Clinton) some parts of the Western media still give a perhaps surprising amount of attention to the way they are dressed and the number of wrinkles on their face. Women at the top like Sheryl Sandberg, CEO at Facebook, or Marissa Meyer, president and CEO of Yahoo, are still an exception. In extreme situations like the conflict in Syria the media forget to talk about the violence and torture women are so often victims of.

Natascha Fioretti

Luisella Costamagna journalist and author Natascha Fioretti European Journalism Observatory Loredana Lipperini La Repubblica Marta Serafini Corriere della Sera Elinor Shields ex managing editor The Huffington Post

14.00 | Sala Lippi

PRESENTATION

How Twitter, Facebook and Muck Rack have changed journalism forever Before 2009 it was unthinkable that a journalist at a reputable publication could publish a single line of copy online without the approval of their editor. Today the majority of journalists are communicating directly with their audiences via social media. What does this change? Everything.

Gregory Galant

Gregory Galant co-founder Sawhorse Media

14.00 | Sala dei Notari

IN CONVERSATION

Your food and who you are On how and why what you eat is a political act. From Eataly to the world. Oscar Farinetti in conversation with Giovanna Zucconi.

Oscar Farinetti

Oscar Farinetti creator Eataly Giovanna Zucconi journalist

14.30 | Sala Priori, Hotel Brufani

HACKERS’CORNER

Open source intelligence One of the most frequent activities of a journalist these days is the search for information on the web. The correlation of digital identities and traces of online users often cannot be performed manually. In this workshop the way to maximize efficiency in searching, mining and data correlation from search engines and websites will be shown - by using tools such as Foca and Maltego with which it is possible to extrapolate everything on the web regarding a given identity. Gabriele Zanoni web security expert 65

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IN CONVERSATION

15.00 | Sala dei Notari

Music hall farce or epic tragedy? FIlippo Ceccarelli

WORKSHOP

Italian politics today: music hall farce or epic tragedy? Or a peep into the future of Western democracy? Vittorio Zucconi in conversation with Filippo Ceccarelli. Filippo Ceccarelli La Repubblica Vittorio Zucconi La Repubblica

15.00 | Sala Lippi

Work: is there still room for the young? Lucio Battistotti

Unemployment among young people, especially in the southern countries of the European Union, has been rising for several years. Youth unemployment rates are now 50% in Greece, and over 35% in Italy, Spain and Portugal. An unacceptable situation that puts democracy itself at risk. What can be done? Lucio Battistotti director European Commission - Representation in Italy Andrea Bollino University of Perugia Tonia Mastrobuoni La Stampa Carmen Nettis Eures Lorenzo Robustelli EU News Luca Visentini secretary general Confederazione dei Sindacati Europei

HACKERS’CORNER

15.30 | Sala Priori, Hotel Brufani

Wiretaps and secure communications Fabio Pietrosanti

The world of communications wiretaps (whether on the phone or the internet) is often not fully understood - neither how they function nor what the risks are for civil liberties, especially for those dealing with sensitive information such as journalists and their sources. Wiretappings, internet tappings, surveillance, parametric wiretapping: how they work, who makes them, how they are made, how to stay safe. Fabio Pietrosanti co-founder Hermes Center for Transparency and Digital Human Rights

WORKSHOP

15.30 | Hotel Sangallo

Community and editorial crowdsourcing Mafe De Baggis

There’s no denying the significance of community projects in determining the quality of reader contributions, from comments onwards. The community and news organisation interface is vital. But does it get the attention it deserves? Mafe De Baggis co-founder pleens.com Filippo Pretolani co-founder pleens.com Barbara Sgarzi journalist and author

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IN CONVERSATION

What’s the ROI of your reporting? The importance of social media in the newsroom is unprecedented. With a breadth of analytics and a stronger understanding of user behavior on social and the web, determining the impact and social value of your reporting has never been easier or more important. Explore the best tools and strategies to measure the impact of every story.

Anthony De Rosa

Anthony De Rosa social media editor Reuters Sergio Maistrello journalist and author

15.30 | Centro Servizi G. Alessi

WORKSHOP

Communicating Europe in Italy. Shortcomings and opportunities How do European institutions in Italy comunicate? What are the main elements which determine European information? What’s missing and what are the opportunities? In a context of economic and institutional crisis, as well as an ever increasing demand from citizens for transparency in what European institutions in particular and the world of politics in general get up to, a discussion to seek answers to these questions, taking as its starting point the book Communicating Europe in Italy. Shortcomings and opportunities (April 2013) edited by Lucia D’Ambrosi and Andrea Maresi. David Carretta Radio Radicale Andrea Maresi European Parliament Enrico Maria Mayrhofer Il Velino Beda Romano Il Sole 24 Ore Roberto Santaniello City of Milan

Andrea Maresi

Beda Romano

15.30 | Sala del Dottorato

IN CONVERSATION

L’Huffington Post The Italian version of The Huffington Post was launched in September 2012. Some six months on, it’s time to take stock with editor Lucia Annunziata. Lucia Annunziata editor L’Huffington Post Gianni Del Vecchio deputy editor L’Huffington Post

16.30 | Sala Priori, Hotel Brufani

Lucia Annunziata

HACKERS’CORNER

Media manipulation For fun or for the pursuance of specific not-so-fun goals, the world of news is often used and/or manipulated by third parties ranging from the simple wag to the intelligence services. How has fake information been created which seems plausible to the journalist and the reader? What are the techniques available which can influence the news? Davide Del Vecchio co-founder Hermes Center for Transparency and Digital Human Rights 67

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PANEL DISCUSSION

16.30 | Sala del Dottorato

The influence of the secret services on journalism Emanuele Midolo

The heavy hand of the Italian intelligence services on news distortion, manipulation, creation? Yet another great urban legend of our times? Or has major lunchtime plotting been going on? Nicola Biondo L’Unità Aldo Giannuli University of Milan Emanuele Midolo AgoraVox Italy

KEYNOTE SPEECH

16.30 | Sala dei Notari

Harper Reed Harper Reed

Keynote speech by Harper Reed on big data, big answers and what the Obama For America campaign taught him about the future of journalism. Introduction by Guido Romeo. Harper Reed Chief Technology Officer Obama for America Guido Romeo Wired

PRESENTATION

16.30 | Sala Lippi

Environmental investigative journalism: from waste trafficking to food frauds Cecilia Anesi

Environmental crime and how to investigate it; the tools to follow pollution, corruption and illegal practices. In this presentation we’ll consider two classics in the field, hazardous waste dumping and food fraud. Introduction by Heather Brooke. Cecilia Anesi co-founder Investigative Reporting Project Italy Guia Baggi co-founder Investigative Reporting Project Italy Lorenzo Bodrero co-founder Investigative Reporting Project Italy Heather Brooke activist and author Mara Monti Investigative Reporting Project Italy Giulio Rubino freelance journalist Leo Sisti executive director Investigative Reporting Project Italy

IN CONVERSATION

17.00 | Sala Raffaello, Hotel Brufani

Beyond journalism Fulvio Abbate

Aspirations to the sublime and the reality of the daily grind. Ruminations on writing, journalism, dialogue. Fulvio Abbate Teledurruti Pietrangelo Buttafuoco Il Foglio Luca Mastrantonio Corriere della Sera

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PANEL DISCUSSION

Press freedom in Eastern Europe For years, media freedom in Eastern Europe has been a cause for concern for many international organizations which have fought for the freedom of expression and information. The cases of Hungary, Romania and Bulgaria are emblematic, while the Balkan countries are a special case as they experienced a transition period from a post-war to a European context. However, the efforts of the younger generation to find their own independent voice - often made possible by the widespread use of new media - offer encouraging signs for the future.

Tamas Bodoky

Tamas Bodoky editor-in-chief atlatszo.hu Eva Ciuk EstOvest RAI 3 Marko Rakar president Windmill Oliver Vujovic secretary-general South East Europe Media Organisation

17.00 | Hotel Sangallo

WORKSHOP

Conspiracy theories: how they sprout and how to whack them Conspiracy theories are nothing new, but there seem to be a lot more doing the rounds now than in the past. Products of a febrile collective hyperlinked imagination? Or the result of sober reflection on unconvincing explanations of significant events? Either way, the workshop will consider what to do with them when they spout. Plus some useful examples of conspiracy theories skewered by nothing more than the facts. Paolo Attivissimo journalist and author Andrea Boda bimboalieno.org Gaia Giorgio Fedi TopLegal

Andrea Boda

Gaia Giorgio Fedi

17.30 | Sala Priori, Hotel Brufani

HACKERS’CORNER

Not just Silkroad: Bitcoin, the digital currency Bitcoin is a digital currency that does not rely on banks, but rather on mathematical algorithms. It can be a powerful tool in microeconomic transactions; it doesn’t need any intermediaries, it is not completely anonymous. Unfortunately, the way in which the mainstream media treat Bitcoin is usually for its connection with the sale of illegal goods. It is a neutral instrument par excellence, and it could be an innovative and revolutionary solution in the years to come. The workshop will explain how Bitcoin can be integrated into the blog of a freelance, how the currency market works and the properties of a currency without inflation. Franco Cimatti expert peer-to-peer networks

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BOOK PRESENTATION

17.30 | Sala dei Notari

Perfect acoustics Daria Bignardi

Giovanna Zucconi WORKSHOP

A cellist of La Scala Opera House in Milan married a boisterous woman, whom he had already fallen in love with during childhood. One day, after years of living together, she disappears. In her place there is a ticket, and a life to rebuild in the mystery of the past and many relationships - the family, the children, the same woman - all of which have remained dormant for too long. Daria Bignardi, author of L’acustica perfetta, in conversation with Giovanna Zucconi. Daria Bignardi Le invasioni barbariche LA7 Giovanna Zucconi journalist

17.30 | Sala Lippi

Citizens’ rights: the end of democracy? Thierry Vissol

2013 is the European Year of Citizens. However, the concept of a European citizen is not crystal clear. In addition to the crisis that alienates citizens from the European project, the role of the citizen in the European decision-making process remains opaque, as does the kind of citizenship Europeans benefit from, what kind of rights they have, the difference between national and European rights. The EU decision-making process seems to take little account of the citizens, who are often not aware of what is at stake. The current economic crisis goes hand in hand with a crisis in democracy. Gian Paolo Accardo editor presseurop.eu Tiziana Di Simone RAI Radio 1 Eric Jozsef Libération Giovanni Moro Fondaca Thierry Vissol European Commission - Representation in Italy

PANEL DISCUSSION

18.00 | Sala del Dottorato

To pay or not to pay(wall), that’s the question Steve Buttry

Antonio Rossano

In March 2011 The New York Times introduced a metered paywall similar to the system used for years by The Financial Times. In October 2012 the Swiss NZZ set up its own paywall. Many other newspapers are thinking of - or about to do the same; take for example the various rumours about paywalls at The Guardian and indeed at the biggest-selling Italian dailies La Repubblica and Corriere della Sera. The financial results for those newspapers which have erected a paywall seem broadly encouraging, even if the additional revenue does not match what the print version can provide. Not forgetting the ADV wall issue, with possible collateral loss of advertising revenue. So what’s the current state of play, in Italy and worldwide? Tomas Bella CEO Piano Media Steve Buttry digital transformation editor Digital First Media Claudio Giua director innovation Gruppo L’Espresso Marco Pratellesi journalist and author Antonio Rossano CEO yourMedia 70


18.30 | Centro Servizi G. Alessi

PANEL DISCUSSION

Alternative reality - news fabrication in Italy Vices old and new of the Italian media. The evident impossibility of impartiality, little interest even in token objectivity, each and every media organisation - large or small, public or private - diligently and doggedly adhering to a given political agenda, journalists employed not as arbiters of fact but as mere press release mouthpieces, as much a part of the ossified and discredited establishment as the politicians and public figures they’re supposed to be keeping an eye on. Is this a fair assessment?

Caterina Soffici

Ferdinando Giugliano The Financial Times John Lloyd director of journalism Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism Caterina Soffici journalist and author

18.30 | Sala dei Notari

BOOK PRESENTATION

Il corpo umano Paolo Giordano, author of the debut bestseller La solitudine dei numeri primi, in conversation with Lucia Annunziata about his second book Il corpo umano and much more.

Paolo Giordano

Lucia Annunziata editor L’Huffington Post Paolo Giordano author

19.00 | Sala Priori, Hotel Brufani

BOOK PRESENTATION

Covering the 2012 US Presidential elections - the hard way Late-night buses, sleeping on sofas and hitch-hiking in order to report on the 2012 US Presidential elections. A book which grew out of a blog and online fundraising. The story of Andrea Marinelli, who wanted to be a journalist - and made it.

Andrea Marinelli

Francesco Costa ilpost.it Serena Danna Corriere della Sera Andrea Marinelli freelance journalist

20.00 | Sala dei Notari

BOOK PRESENTATION

Old Calabria Southern Italy in general, and Calabria in particular, remains a patriarchal culture. The latest book by Lirio Abbate entitled Fimmine rìbelli pays tribute to the Calabrian women who are attempting to bring about change – by challenging their fathers and husbands, and by testifying against organised crime in areas where the State is frequently regarded as the enemy. Lirio Abbate L’Espresso Pierfrancesco Diliberto Il Testimone MTV Piero Melati Il Venerdì di Repubblica 71

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DOCUMENTARY

21.00 | Sala dei Notari

Witness By laeffe (the new channel of Feltrinelli) and LA7, four documentaries filmed by Michael Mann, the director of Collateral and Public Enemies - Witness: Juarez, Witness: Libya, Witness: Rio, Witness: Sudan. Drugs, poverty, violence, corruption, arms trafficking and ethnic war have created some of the most dangerous hot spots on the planet. Witness follows the new generation of photojournalists in conflict areas in Mexico, Libya, Brazil, Sudan. What makes a journalist go closer to the action when everyone else is looking for shelter?

Witness: Sudan French photojournalist Veronique de Viguerie, who was pregnant at the time, spent time with the Arrow Boys, an improvised and courageous group of farmers who organised themselves to protect their families and fight against Joseph Kony’s Lord’s Resistance Army (LRA), which has killed thousands of people in Sudan. 22.00 | Sala dei Notari

Witness: Libya Michael Christopher Brown went to Libya five times during the conflict that led to the deposition of Gaddafi. With the revolution now over but the situation very delicate due to constant infighting, Brown returns to Libya after his previous trip with photojournalists Tim Hetherington and Chris Hondros. He remembers the feeling in Misrata: “The city was like a shooting gallery that day”. That day, an exploding mortar killed Tim Hetherington and Chris Hondros and wounded Brown.

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09.30 | Sala Raffaello, Hotel Brufani

A brief history of the future of the United States of Europe Gianni Pittella

PRESS REVIEW

Presentation with musical interludes in delayed radio broadcast of the book Un libro per l’Europa. Lucio Battistotti director European Commission - Representation in Italy Elido Fazi journalist and author Gianni Pittella vice president European Parliament Thierry Vissol European Commission - Representation in Italy

10.00 | Sala Maggiore, Hotel Brufani

What the papers say An entertaining and irreverent review of the day’s newspapers. Fulvio Abbate

Fulvio Abbate Teledurruti Pietrangelo Buttafuoco Il Foglio

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10.00 | Centro Servizi G. Alessi

PANEL DISCUSSION

Travel journalism couleur rose Analysis and anecdotes from journalists who have made the new and the unknown their métier. Sofia Corben blog Psicotaxi Annalisa Fantilli freelance journalist Simona Ghizzoni photographer Stella Pende Confessione Reporter Italia 1 Ruth Sherlock The Daily Telegraph

10.30 | Sala Raffaello, Hotel Brufani

Ruth Sherlock

PANEL DISCUSSION

Innovating in tough situations “Innovate or die” is often easier said than done, especially when you’re working for bureaucratic legacy news organizations or underfunded startups. A discussion of specific strategies for innovating in difficult situations, and an examination of the benefits of focused, strategic experimentation as opposed to just trying stuff for the hell of it.

M. Eltringham

Matthew Eltringham BBC College of Journalism Paul Lewis The Guardian Mark Little founder and CEO Storyful Justin Peters editor Columbia Journalism Review online Luca Sofri founder ilpost.it

11.00 | Sala Lippi

PANEL DISCUSSION

IRPI: new Italian investigative journalism centre Investigative Reporting Project Italy (IRPI) is a new centre of investigative journalism based in Italy. It was set up along the lines of the best centres of investigative journalism worldwide. It has nine Italian founders and a number of advisors who are all award-winning international journalists. The panel will present the IRPI model of investigative journalism and the way the organisation works, from the production of a single investigation to fund-raising, from internal teamwork to a broad collaboration with journalists from all over the world. Cecilia Anesi co-founder Investigative Reporting Project Italy Guia Baggi co-founder Investigative Reporting Project Italy Lorenzo Bodrero co-founder Investigative Reporting Project Italy Cecilia Ferrara co-founder Investigative Reporting Project Italy Mara Monti Investigative Reporting Project Italy Giulio Rubino freelance journalist Leo Sisti executive director Investigative Reporting Project Italy

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Leo Sisti


PANEL DISCUSSION

11.30 | Sala dei Notari

Europe towards disintegration? Antonio Tajani

For five years, a economic-financial-democratic crisis has shaken Europe. Austerity, unemployment and political mistakes in the EU’s timing and answers have created centrifugal forces which threaten 60 years of patient and difficult European construction. Everyone is well aware of the challenges that each country must face in order to survive in an increasingly complex and difficult world (global warming, energy and food security, international competition, globalization, de-regulation). Can we do without the European Union? Adriana Cerretelli Il Sole 24 Ore Alberto Matano RAI 1 News Enzo Moavero Milanesi minister of European Affairs Gianni Pittella vice president European Parliament Antonio Tajani vice president European Commission Marc Tarabella European Parliament

WORKSHOP

11.30 | Centro Servizi G. Alessi

Crisis of traditional local news: new ideas to the rescue? Local responses to a worldwide phenomenon. How young journalists in Umbria are creating new professional identities, new media start-ups and new overlaps between press services and communications entrepreneurship. The days of relying on the system for a comfortable media job have gone the way of the dodo. Andrea Baffoni vice president Associazione Stampa Umbra Dante Ciliani president Ordine dei Giornalisti dell’Umbria Filippo Costantini Agenzia Mg2 Alessio Crisantemi Gioconews Ivano Porfiri umbria24.it

12.00 | Teatro Morlacchi

MICHELE SERRA AND GIOVANNA ZUCCONI IN CONVERSATION WITH

CLAUDIO BISIO On rights, children and UNICEF.

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12.00 | Sala Lippi

AWARD CEREMONY

Training for News journalism award The awards ceremony of the best work produced by students from Italian journalism schools while on their pre-graduation internships. There are four categories: print media, video, radio and online journalism. Enzo Iacopino president Ordine dei Giornalisti Chiara Longo Bifano RAI Radio 2 News

12.00 | Sala Raffaello, Hotel Brufani

BOOK PRESENTATION

Digital vertigo In Digital Vertigo, Andrew Keen sliced and diced the teddy-bear view of the effect on society of social media. This book has just been translated into Italian by the Egea publishing house, with the title Vertigine digitale (Egea, 2013). Andrew Keen will discuss contemporary social media and much more in the company of Eleonora Bianchini and Fabio Chusi.

Andrew Keen

Eleonora Bianchini Il Fatto Quotidiano Fabio Chiusi blog ilNichilista Andrew Keen journalist and author

14.00 | Sala Raffaello, Hotel Brufani

PANEL DISCUSSION

In the streets of Tunis: if the veil covers the jasmine Women, morality, religion. Two years after the fall of Ben Ali, Tunisia is coming to terms with its dual personality: on the one hand secular and Westernized, on the other hand deeply Arab and Islamic. Women, who were protagonists in the days of the revolt, are today the focal point of transition.

Francesca Caferri

Claudia Bruno journalist Francesca Caferri La Repubblica Lucia Goracci RAI 3 News Fathia Hizem Association Tunisienne Femmes DĂŠmocrates Ouejdane Mejri president PONTES

14.30 | Sala Priori, Hotel Brufani

WORKSHOP

Blogs and legal issues Who is legally responsible for the information on the web? What if a powerful person brings an lawsuit against you? How can a journalist or a blogger defend himself from the abuse of power? Elda Brogi Robert Schuman Centre Gennaro Carotenuto University of Macerata Giulio Enea Vigevani University of Milan 79

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BOOK PRESENTATION

14.30 | Centro Servizi G. Alessi

Zen and the art of news maintenance Vincenzo Marino

Stefano Menichini IN CONVERSATION

Print newspapers shutting down, the digital still a long way from offering a satisfactory business model, journalists facing competition from their readers: just some of the topics under consideration in the new book Il web e l’arte della manutenzione della notizia by Alessandro Gazoia. Alessandro Gazoia blog Jumpinshark Vincenzo Marino freelance journalist Stefano Menichini editor Europa Luca Sofri founder ilpost.it

15.30 | Sala dei Notari

The art of the foreign correspondent Bernardo Valli

PANEL DISCUSSION

Bernardo Valli on how technological change is pulling apart reporter and reported, despite the ever increasing immediacy of news. Luisella Costamagna journalist and author Bernardo Valli La Repubblica

15.30 | Sala Raffaello, Hotel Brufani

A 5-star rout of the Italian media? Giovanna Cosenza

Claudio Messora

PRESENTATION

Remember the 2008 financial crash? One among many subsequent questions was why almost nobody in the media saw it coming. Fast forward to the March 2013 Italian general elections. Almost nobody in the Italian media predicted Beppe Grillo’s 5-star political party would get 25.55% of the total vote and thus become the biggest single party in the Italian Lower House of Parliament. Why? Fabio Chiusi blog ilNichilista Giovanna Cosenza University of Bologna Filippo Facci Libero Stephan Faris journalist and author Alessandro Gilioli L’Espresso Claudio Messora blog Byoblu

15.30 | Centro Servizi G. Alessi

Can a crowd investigate? Paul Lewis

Can a crowd investigate? And how can journalists harness the power of social media when holding powerful to account. Using two case studies, Paul Lewis, The Guardian’s special projects editor, will reveal how Twitter can be used to find out what authorities don’t want you to know. Introduction by Heather Brooke. Heather Brooke activist and author Paul Lewis The Guardian 80


17.00 | Centro Servizi G. Alessi

BOOK PRESENTATION

Ignoramuses: the bitter truth Italy is way down the international lists on relative quality of education and training. An opportunity to innovate and invigorate, or just yet another confirmation of seemingly unstoppable national decline? A discussion of the latest book by Roberto Ippolito, entitled Ignoranti (2013). Giuliano Giubilei deputy director RAI 3 News Roberto Ippolito journalist and author Eric Jozsef Libération Mariangela Vaglio blogger

Giuliano Giubilei

Roberto Ippolito

17.00 | Sala dei Notari

BOOK PRESENTATION

Legacy The Italian TV political chat show host Lilli Gruber in her latest book Eredità casts her eye back over three generations of her family: vicissitudes experienced, memories cherished.

Lilli Gruber

Lilli Gruber Otto e mezzo LA7 Andrea Scanzi Il Fatto Quotidiano

17.00 | Sala Raffaello, Hotel Brufani

IN CONVERSATION

In times of transition: a vision for moving forward With the pressure to break stories first on Twitter getting more intense and traditional ladders and mentorship structures less vital, what do new paths to the top look like? As media institutions and markets change, how might we reenvision news structures of the future?

Eric Carvin

Eric Carvin social media editor Associated Press Gregory Galant co-founder and CEO Sawhorse Media Mario Tedeschini Lalli Gruppo L’Espresso

17.00 | Sala Lippi

WORKSHOP

Crime reporting: tricks of the trade The how-to of crime reporting: get your facts straight, preempt only what’s really worth preempting, beware of stereotypes, remember that (almost) everybody is innocent until proven guilty. Italo Carmignani Il Messaggero

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PANEL DISCUSSION

18.00 | Sala Lippi

L’isola dei cassintegrati: from blog to mainstream media Michele Azzu

The case-history Isola of Cassintegrati, which in November 2012 became a partner of the Italian weekly L’Espresso and thus the first Italian example of an independent blog that has become part of mainstream media. Michele Azzu blog L’Isola dei Cassintegrati Alessandro Gilioli L’Espresso Alessio Jacona journalist and author

PANEL DISCUSSION

18.00 | Centro Servizi G. Alessi

Good north, bad south? Good grief! Alessia Gallione

Francesco Specchia

Once upon a time the north of Italy was trumpeted as the moral capital of Italy. The south of Italy, more precisely anywhere south of Rome, was where the barbarians came from. Recent criminal investigations and corruption scandals in Milan have revealed this neat dichotomy to be laughably false. Two new books, Il Celeste by Gianni Barbacetto and Dossier Expo by Alessia Gallione, shine further light on this hypocrisy and complacency. Gianni Barbacetto Il Fatto Quotidiano Giuseppe Civati PD Member of Parliament Alessia Gallione La Repubblica Francesco Rigatelli La Stampa Francesco Specchia Libero

19.00 | Sala dei Notari

CUBA: WAITING FOR SPRING Cuban blogger Yoani Sanchez has gained international fame as a model of civil and literary resistance. Her biography In attesa della primavera (Waiting for Spring), published by Edizioni Anordest in April 2013, is testimony to her remarkable personal story. Mario Calabresi editor La Stampa Yoani Sanchez blog Generación Y

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18.00 | Sala Raffaello, Hotel Brufani

PANEL DISCUSSION

State-mafia negotiations More analysis in a new book by Giovanni Fasanella on the links - with virtuous intent or otherwise - over the decades between the Italian state and organised crime.

GIovanni Fasanella

Pino Corrias journalist and author Giovanni Fasanella Panorama Mario Mori ex director SISDE IN CONVERSATION

19.30 | Sala Raffaello, Hotel Brufani

Tsunami TV Thirty years of commercial TV in Italy have moulded the tastes, attitudes and political ideology of the nation and have arguably contributed in no small way to the barnacle-like grip of Silvio Berlusconi on the Italian electorate. But with the advent of digital we’re witnessing the agony of generalist TV and the emergence of something new.

Carlo Freccero

Carlo Freccero director RAI 4 Antonio Sofi journalist and author

21.00 | Sala dei Notari

IN CONVERSATION

The Vatican: two popes, a thousand silences Well, it hadn’t happened since 1415. Gianluigi Nuzzi, Vatican expert, with the latest from St Peters Square. Gianluigi Nuzzi journalist and author

Gianluigi Nuzzi

21.00 | Teatro Morlacchi

DOES MUSIC HAVE A FUTURE? © Luca Carlino

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© Simone Cecchetti

Leading figures in Italian pop music reflect on the current musical revolution - technological this time. Manuel Agnelli Afterhours Tommaso Colliva Calibro 35 Giovanni Gulino Marta sui Tubi Roberta Sammarelli Verdena Davide Toffolo Tre Allegri Ragazzi Morti Luca Valtorta editor XL la Repubblica

© Pasquale Modica

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