The Internet has transformed the media landscape: anybody can now become an author, creator, or publisher of multimedia content. This workshop aims to give you the necessary information to start an online publishing project: legal issues, knowledge of the multimedia platforms and technical aspects of media production, as well as a look at what a new online newspaper project can be in 2019.
This workshop will take place over the following dates:
By the way, did you know the Library has recording equipment you can borrow to record a podcast or interviews?
Copyright law is regularly adapting to modern online media publishing tools, but it is not the only legal aspect creators should be aware of. We will discuss this evolution and the legal responsibilities of Internet creators, publishers and hosting platforms, regarding copyright, freedom of speech, and their limitations.
What is a podcast? How can you produce and distribute a show, tomorrow? What is the podcasting landscape of today? This presentation aims to answer all of these questions. We will also take a look at several business models and technical aspects, to better understand, in both cases, what makes podcasting unique — even for the Internet.
While preparing for a Master in Political Science at the University of Geneva (2018), Yann Rieder worked as a gaming and local journalist. His major achievement however is a 12-year (and counting) career as a podcast host and producer for Radio Kawa and Blueprint.
Heidi.news is a recent natively digital journalism project, created in Geneva by French and Swiss journalists who previously worked in various high-profile daily titles. Serge Michel will discuss how such a project can be started in a crowded landscape, and what choices allow them to stand out and offer something different from traditional press outlets.
Serge Michel is a Swiss journalist, Albert Londres prize for reporting, former deputy editor-in-chief of Le Temps and deputy director of Le Monde, for which he also created Le Monde Afrique. He is a co-founder of Heidi.news.
What if the media were doing a terrible job at educating people? What if your expertise, insight and knowledge were worth sharing with everyone? How would you act upon it? We are living in a world where anybody can pick up his phone and post a video on social media. If you believe that you have something to say the problem is not the lack of options, it is for people to find your message within the cacophony of content already there. Being noticed has to do with a combination of luck, creativity and technical skills. I cannot really help you with the first two, but part of my job is to know a few things about the third. Let’s learn how to make a proper video.
After a degree at ESC Rennes School of Business, Gilles Mitteau used to work on the trading floor of a French investment bank. Today he is living off of his YouTube channel Heu?reka, which focuses on finance and macroeconomics literacy (in French).
The group will record, edit and publish a podcast with Yann Rieder.