The project “Journalistic professionalism in the coverage of #Metoo” receives NOK 350 000 from the Norwegian Council of Applied Media Research.
The project, lead by Professor Kristin Skare Orgeret, will study professional dilemmas in the journalistic coverage of #metoo, with a particular emphasis on the use of sources, the media focus on individuals and the editorial processes.
The project analyses the media coverage by seven Norwegian media institutions from 16th October 3017 to 16 April 2018, and will look into the ethical discussions that took place within the media houses in relation to the #metoo coverage.
Students from OsloMet presented highlights from their reportage project in China. A total of four institutions and 23 young photojournalists and students from China, Nepal, Bangladesh and Norway contributed to the exhibition.
Future media and changing media paradigms in the digital age were the central topics at the Cairo Media Conference organized on 8 and 9 May, with participants from Bahrain, Egypt, Lebanon and – Norway. Characteristic of the conference was also the blend of editors, journalists and media academics, which opted for fruitful exchanges. Tarek Atia, founder of the Egypt Media Development Program(EMDP) was the main host for the conference, which was a co-operation between EMDP and Egyptian Editors forum (EEF), the American University in Cairo (AUC) and JMIC/OsloMet.