I Jornada de Periodismo Europeo. Hacia una conversación en común...

I Jornada de Periodismo Europeo.

Hacia una conversación en común...

Madrid. Wednesday, June 1st

elDiario.es and The Guardian celebrated on June 1st in Madrid, the I European Journalism Conference, a meeting destined to foster collaboration between news outlets in Europe and debate on common challenges.

Journalists and media managers from different European projects met in Madrid on June 1st for the I Edition of the European Journalism Conference. In addition to the teams of elDiario.es and The Guardian, which have been collaborating since 2016, other participants included La Repubblica, Reuters Institute, Politico Europe, Dagens Nyheter, VoxEurope, Zetland and Europe talks.

The programme of the meeting included panel discussions open to the public: What topics of conversation are truly European? What does Europe have to change in order to have a common interest that is not determined only by national interests? How has the war in Ukraine affected the notion of what Europe should be? The roundtables took place from 3:00 pm on the evening of June 1st, with the participation of journalists such as Mark Rice-Oxley, The Guardian, Martin Jonsson, Dagens Nyheter, Gian-Paolo Accardo, VoxEurope, Esther Alonso, Ignacio Escolar, Rosalía Lloret, Andrés Gil, Mariangela Paone, Juanlu Sánchez, elDiario.es, Katherine Butler, The Guardian, James Randerson, Politico Europe, Francesco Guerrera, La Repubblica, Sara Cooper, Europe Talks or Federica Cherubini, Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism.

During the morning internal session, media heads discussed the European media landscape and the possibilities and challenges to building common debates that truly represent the social concerns of all European inhabitants, and not only those within the geographical and political center of the EU. With the aim of taking European journalism beyond institutional current affairs, the Conference was based on the common interest of exploring new ways of collaboration, such as the collaboration between elDiario.es and The Guardian, that share content, reports and daily news, as well as best practices on their common member-based funding model since 2016.

The fact that the event took place in Spain and also organized by a historic British newspaper, right after Brexit, endows this meeting with a 'peripheral' yet deeply pro-European personality, a good starting point for a critical and constructive vision of what future European relations can be.

The Conference was financed by the European Cultural Foundation and supported by ZEMOS98, an organization specialized in activating social and professional relations within the European sphere.

The meeting was broadcast through elDiario.es and through our profiles on FacebookTwitter y YouTube.

Discussion tables and interventions

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What journalism for what Europe?

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Best practices in memberships and subscriptions

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Key trends on news consumption, by Reuters Institute

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Programme

15.00h

Welcome. By Rosalía Lloret, CEO of elDiario.es

15.05h

Conclusions of the morning session. By Juanlu Sánchez, subdirector of elDiario.es

15.20h

ROUNDTABLE: ¿What journalism for what Europe?

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16.10h

Key trends on news consumption. By Reuters Institute.

16.25h

Break

16.45h

ROUNDTABLE: Best practices in memberships and subscriptions

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Guests

Rosalía Lloret

CEO of elDiario.es

Esther Alonso

Marketing and Membership Director, elDiario.es

Andrés Gil

Correspondent in Brussels for elDiario.es

Menno Weijs

Programme Manager

European Culture Foundation

Katherine Butler

Associate Editor for Europe

The Guardian

Chris Moran

Head of Editorial Innovation

The Guardian

Mark Rice-Oxley

Executive Editor for Membership

The Guardian

Federica Cherubini

Head of innovation

Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism

Martin Jonsson

Editorial Development Manager

Dagens Nyheter

James Randerson

Editorial Director, Innovation and Platforms

Politico Europe

Filippo Davanzo

Head of Digital

la Repubblica

Francesco Guerrera

Deputy Editor

la Repubblica

Sara Cooper

Technical Project Manager in My Country Talks/Europe Talks

Hanna Israel

Head of Project, My Country Talks/Europe Talks

Gian Paolo Accardo

Co-founder and CEO of VoxEurop

Tav Klitgaard

CEO of Zetland

Anna Myroniuk

Journalist and a Co-Founder of The Kyiv Independent

José Miguel Calatayud

Freelance journalist and Project Director at Arena for Journalism in Europe

Moderators

Juanlu Sánchez

Subdirector of elDiario.es

Mariangela Paone

International Reporter of elDiario.es

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