The University of Brighton is marking the launch of its new Journalism and Digital Media Hub by bringing together industry and academics involved in the digital creative industries for an early-evening gathering of short talks and discussion.
The aim of this event is to consider the future of the digital creative industries and ways in which universities and industry can work together in advancing the sector. The digital revolution has taken place – but how can the creative industries evolve?
Key note speaker: Making Universities Fit for Business, Jon Dovey (Professor of Screen Media at the University of the West of England)
Catalina Albeanu (Technology Reporter for journalism.co.uk) 'The Tech Revolution in the Newsroom'
Lance Dann (Course Leader of Broadcast Media Top-Up, University of Brighton) 'Podcasting: An Evolution of Traditional Broadcasting'.
This will be followed by a Panel of educator and industry experts, chaired by Helen Kennedy (Deputy Head of the School of Art Design and Media): What Next for the Digital Creative Industries and Higher Education?
Jon Dovey (Professor of Screen Media at the University of the West of England)
Paul Sermon (Professor of Visual Communication at the University of Brighton)
Joe Macleod (Closure Experiences and former Global Design Director at ustwo)
Juliet Tzabar (Managing Director of Plug-in Media)
Catalina Albeanu (Tech reporter at Journalism.co.uk)
For more information about the speakers visit the Hastings Exchange blog