Friday – Tenalji von Fersen
|10.00-10.30||Coffee and mingling|
|10.35-10.40||Opening words, Hanne Aho, president of the Union of Journalists in Finland|
|10.45-10.55||Freedom of speech and the significance of free media, President Tarja Halonen|
|11.00-11.45||The future of journalism and changes within profession. What sorts of new skills are needed? Kimberly Perry, senior editor on the Digital Transition team at The New York Times.|
|12.00-12.45||Journalism after disruption, journalist Hanna Nikkanen|
|14.00-15.00||Entrepreneurial Journalism and the good professional practice of journalism
An increasingly large number of freelancers work in marketing communications, PR and as information officers. How to combine entrepreneurial journalism and freelance work with ethical guidelines? Where are the limits? The changing journalistic profession, rise of entrepreneurial journalism and journalistic identity. Cases and examples with debate and public voting.
Facilitator: freelance journalist Pasi Kivioja.
|15.30-16.15||Tenalji von Fersen
Fake news, propaganda, and influence operations – how to work as a journalist in a new, and more chaotic media environment, Anders Hofseth, strategic analyst, NRK
Poliisit – Nattpatruljen, how to create and sell a television format?
|16.30-17.15||How to combine journalism and business? Journalist Martin Schibbye, Blank Spot||Experimenting with the next generation of storytelling, Anssi Komulainen, the Founder of Yle Beta|
|17.30-18.15||Tenalji von Fersen
Generation Z and the future of Magazine Journalism, Julia Thurén, producer at website demi.fi and women’s magazine Demi and Trendi, A-lehdet
|18.15-19.30||Break and mingling
Historical tours of Suomenlinna
18.15 /Group 1 /På Svenska
18.15 /Group 2/ in English
18.15 /Group 2/ In English
|19.30-20.00||Drinks at the corridor of Tenalji von Fersen 19.30 o’clock.|
|20.00-00.30||Dinner Party & Dancing at Tenalji von Fersen banquet hall Music by Ykspihlajan Kino-orkesteri|
|Pajasali||Myllysali / SHOW & TELL||Ruutikellari|
|9.15-10.00|| VR and immersive storytelling for empathy, tolerance and understanding, Paulina Tervo, CEO and producer, Lyfta Oy
Participants will be able to try Lyfta’s interactive documents on their own devices. The documents work on all new Macs and PCs (Windows 10 at least), and on many Android tablets and new iPads (iPad 3 at least). Take your own device with you!
|Afghan women journalists Nabila Seraaj, Elaha Rahat and Raihana Habibi talk about their situation and discuss freedom of speech, the refugee issue and the problems faced by women in Afghanistan.||Advocacy journalism, freelancer as a brand and the limits of profession. How to take stands without losing your customers? How to build your brand on strong opinions?
Panel discussion Noora Vaarala heads the debate. Yagmur Özberkan, Susani Mahadura, Niko Kettunen, Sisko Savonlahti and Jari Hanska.
|10.15-11.00||Shooting professional video on your mobile, journalist Mark Egan, Purple Bridge media||10.00 -10.30 LongPlay, Editor in Chief, Anu Silfverberg
10.30-11.00 Mediakunta – Union based company for freelancers, CEO, Maiju Mitrunen
| The global transformation of work – new opportunities or spread of precarious work? Janne Gleerup, Work Life Researcher, Ph.D. Associate Professor, at Roskilde University.
Commentary: Anna Pärssinen, PhD, Senior Researcher at Statistics Finland
The Last Testament, Photographer Jonas Bendiksen
The Magnum photographer shows his new book, covering the Second Coming of Jesus Christ.
|11.00-11.30 Oksa: Journalist on demand, Co-CEO, journalist Jussi Riku Helander||Populism, Media Dynamics and Journalistic Choices. How Nordic media has reacted on the rise of populist-nationalist anti-immigration parties?
Dr. Mari K. Niemi, Senior Researcher, Centre for Parliamentary Studies
|12.00-13.15||Lunch at Myllysali and Ruutikellari|
|13.00-14.30||90-minute Portfolio Feedback Session – Photojournalist Jonas Bendiksen
|13.30-14.00 Crowd funding journalism, Jari Järvenpää, CEO of Rapport||13.00-14.30 Boiling Point. A Finnish documentary of the refugee crisis that shook Finland.
‘To the border, to the border!’ rang the calls back in 1939. Cut to 2016, when an asylum seeker arriving in Finland may have crossed up to 11 state borders during their journey.
|14.00-14.30||Podcast production, Luoma-aho & Sulopuisto, Toimitus|
Ooh! Look at these beautiful fossils! – Press photography after press photography. Touko Hujanen, press photographer
Get the facts right – how to fact check videos, social media accounts and picture. Eoghan Sweeney, Journalist
|15.00-16.00. Panel discussion on how should journalist react on polarization and build up mutual understanding. Facilitator: freelance journalist Hanna Onttonen
|15.46-16.30||Tim Bird’s guided tout to his exhibition at Suomenlinna Museum: Suomenlinna – Islands of light|
|18.00-21.30||Swim& Bath party at the Allas – Pool in downtown Helsinki.
Seminar ends, time to say goodbye.
|21.30-00.00||If you stay the night in Helsinki, join us.
Bier sommelier, freelance journalist Maria Markus and beer specialist and journalist Anikó Lehtinen takes us to the best pubs in Helsinki.On Sunday, September 17, 2017, Helsinki’s history tour is hosted by journalist Mia Halonen. We start from the Senate Square, statue of Emperor Alexander II, at exactly 11 am. The walk takes 1.5 hours.