• Jannie Møller Hartley

    Associate Professor, RUC


    Jannie Møller Hartley, associate professor and currently PI of the Velux Funded DataPublics project. Jannie is co-head of the Big Data Centre at RUC and has for many years been researching the digital transformations of journalism in the cross-section between audience’s use of news and journalistic news production.  

    Title of presentation: 

    DataPublics – Transforming journalism and audiences in the age of datafication  

    Abstract of presentation: 

    How do news production and imaginaries of the public change in the age of datafication? The talk dissects the consequences, beyond the increasingly messy relationship between news publishers and platforms and critically questions the algorithmic and data-driven shaping of publics. It points to the potential reconfiguration of the very idea of a public as Journalism moves from deciding to designing the news.

    Speaker for following sessions
    • Conference Hall
      30-11-2 -
      Organized by RUC

      Technological developments challenge traditional news media and open up new possibilities of public engagement. This session introduces current research into the technological shaping of production and consumption of news as well as citizens’ participation in public debate. On this basis, we discuss the future of the news media and its societal and business implications.

      Welcome: Sine N. Just, Professor, RUC
      Scientific Talk: “DataPublics – Transforming journalism and audiences in the age of datafication”, Jannie Møller Hartley, Associate Professor, Roskilde University
      Scientific Talk/Business Talks: “Platform intelligence in news (PIN)”, Kasper Lindskow, Head of Research and Innovation, JP/Politikens Hus - Ekstra Bladet
      Scientific Talk: “Datafied Living”, Stine Lomborg, Associate Professor, University of Copenhagen
      Scientific Talk: “Innovation in the digital media industries”, Aske Kammer, Senior Associate Professor, Danish School of Media and Journalism
      Business Talk: “What can the news media learn from the research?”, Anders Emil Møller, Digital editor, Weekendavisen
      Debate (moderator: Sine N. Just): “What are the opportunities and challenges of the digital transformation for users and media?”

      Session coordinator: Sine Nørholm Just, RUC
      Facilitator: Sine Nørholm Just, RUC
      Data publics and algorithmic debates: How do technological developments shape news media?
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