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Alum Ines Drefs returns to Hamburg to share MeCoDem research

Ines Drefs can’t get enough of the Mundus program. After graduating in 2009, she keeps returning to Hamburg university – first as a professor, now as a guest lecturer. Drefs visited the Hamburg specialism’s Media, Conflict and Democratization class on … Continue reading

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Lanita Pace-Hinton Workshop

image and text by Linnea Fonfara In October Lanita Pace-Hinton, director of Knight Digital Media Center, UC Berkeley Graduate School of Journalism visited us at Hamburg University. She held a three day workshop called Tools of Engagement – Exploration of technology used by news organizations to … Continue reading

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MEDIA CONCENTRATION AND HOMOGENIZATION OF CONTENT

Does the concentration of ownership that exists in the Chilean press result in  a homogenization of topics addressed in the editorial space? Presenting this research project at the Graduate School of Media and Communication, Prof. Dr. Maria Elena Gronemeyer from … Continue reading

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UPCOMING VISITING SCHOLAR

Senior Lecturer in Electronnic Publishing, Mundus Programme Director City University London Neil Thurman, will give a lecture in the Journalism and Audience class, on   topic “Live Blogging – News Websites’ Silver Bullet?” , on 18th of this month at  Allende … Continue reading

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