Program Schedule, ISMI 2018

Program overview

31.08 Academic program 08:45–15:00, Auditorium 2, Georg Sverdrups Hus. 

31.08 Business program 15:15–16:45, Auditorium 2, Georg Sverdrups Hus. 

31.08 Tapas dinner 18:00–21:00, Stallen, Professorboligen 

01.08 Academic program 09:30–16:15, Auditorium 2, Georg Sverdrups Hus. 


Day 1, Friday 31. August

08:45 Registration and coffee

09:15 Opening words, by Anders Fagerjord

09:30 Keynote: Good Media? Innovation for Precarious Times, by Ann Light, Professor of Design & Creative Technology, Engineering, and Design at the University of Sussex.

10:30 Panel 1: Music Streaming Services



Norwegian music industry as globalised and digitalised media industry

Anja Nylund Hagen, IMK, UiO, Norway


How streaming scandals are made possible by the revenue model, and how business model innovations could bring back trust and transparency

Arnt Maasø, IMK, UiO, Norway


11:30 Coffee break

11:45 Panel 2: Media Innovations and Good Lives?



Facebook Live "a big shift in how we communicate"?

Marita Skjuve and Petter Bae Brandtzæg, SINTEF, Norway

Vital Signs – A brief history of digital self-tracking and a vision of things to come

Steffen Krüger, IMK, UiO.

13:00 Lunch

14:00 Panel 3: The Future of Journalism I



Ecosystems for media innovation. Insights from an innovation project oriented to local newspapers

Lars Nyre, University of Bergen (UiB), Balder Holm, (UiB), Neil Maiden, City University London, UK, Aleksander Tonheim (UiB).

Paradigmatic innovation in European cultural journalism: the pursuit of sustainability

Dora Santos Silva, NOVA University of Lisbon


15:00 Coffee break

15:15 Business programme:

  • Peder Inge Furseth (Norwegian Business School BI, Professor for Innovation Management)
  • Heidrun Reisæter (Head of Media Development NRK)
  • Stephanie Grubenmann (Scholar / entrepreneur working on augmented reality formats, Bux App)

16:45 End of academic and business programme day 1

18:00 Reception, dinner and social programme at Professorboligen, UiO centrum. 

21:00 Social programme ends


Day 2, Saturday 1. September

09:30 Panel 4: Streaming Services: Models, Practices, and Strategies



The Streaming Model. A visual and conceptual discussion of distribution economy and technology in Spotify, Netflix, Kindle Unlimited and Apple Music

Terje Colbjørnsen, OsloMmet, Oslo, Norway

The Innovations of Challenger Streaming Services in Film, Television, Music and Publishing

Anders Fagerjord, IMK, UiO, Norway

10:45 Panel 5: Media Innovation and Social Change



The BUX app: Accessing the city’s cultural capital

Stephanie Grubenmann, Vincent Kaufmann,

University of the Arts, Zürich, Switzerland


#NRK Rein: Exploring a mainstream and multi-platform Indigenous Media production by a Public Service Broadcaster as a Media Innovation

Niamh Ní Bhroin and Eli Skogerbø, IMK, UiO, Norway

The Key challenges to design an inclusive Video Game for Youth with Cerebral Palsy: a case study


Jose Esteves, IE Business School, Guillermo De Haro, King Juan Carlos University, JuanJo Gonzalez, ESIC Business & Marketing School, José Alvarez, King Juan Carlos University, Madrid, Spain

11:45 Coffee break

12:00 Panel 6: The Future of Journalism II



What is “the New” in Telling the News? A Categorization of Presentation Modes in Digital Journalism

Christian-Mathias Wellbrock, Lea Püchel, Media and Technology Management, University of Cologne

Building laboratories, innovating the future: How journalism is catalysing its future processes, products and people through media labs

John Mills, Andrea Wagemans, University of Central Lancashire, United Kingdom


Measuring for better journalism: Qualitative methods in a quantified news organization

Bente Kalsnes, OsloMet, Oslo, Norway

13:00 Lunch

14:00 Keynote: Second Screening Contentious Politics: Political Information, Discussion, Expression, Persuasion & Participation, by Homero Gil de Zúñiga of Media Change and Media Innovation from the Media Innovation Lab at the Universtiy of Vienna.

15:00 Coffee break

15:15 Panel 7: Media Innovation Theory



Genre as Method: exploring Meanings of Place through Experiments with the Documentary Portrait.

Elisabeth Brun, IMK, UiO, Norway

From privacy by design to empowerment by design: Rethinking (media) innovation vis-a-vis citizen agency

Jo Pierson (Virje Universiteit Brussel), Stefania Milan (University of Amsterdam & University of Oslo)

16:15 Closing comments, Best Paper Awards and announcement of ISMI19

16:45 End of programme

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