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Alfred Hermida

Co-director of the Global Journalism Innovation Lab

A British scholar with more than two decades of experience in digital journalism, he has been recognized and awarded numerous times for his research on the convergence of communication technologies, journalism and communication. network society. He was a pioneer of online news and one of the founding members of the BBC News website in 1997. In 2006 he joined the University of British Columbia (Canada), where he was Director until 2020 and Senior Lecturer at its School of Journalism. . In 2017 he co-founded and launched The Conversation Canada. He is currently co-director of the Global Journalism Innovation Lab, a six-year government-funded research project (https://journalisminnovation.ca/).

His works as an author, co-author or co-editor include: Participatory Journalism: Guarding Open Gates at Online Newspapers (2011), Tell Everyone: How the Stories We Share Shape What We Know and Why It Matters (2014), The Sage Handbook of Digital Journalism (2016), Data journalism and the regeneration of news (2019), as well as numerous publications in high-impact journals. On the other hand, he has participated in various research projects and is a lecturer at leading universities and institutions.

Charo Henríquez

Head of Newsroom Development and Support at The New York Times

Digital media executive with proven experience in leading innovation and developing strategic thinking plans, new training and product approaches for newsrooms, digital content optimization and audience development with a focus on people-centered.

She started at the New York Times in 2017 as head of the digital storytelling and training area, and subsequently the organization's digital transition strategy area. Currently, she leads the writing support and development team at a crucial time in its evolution. She is a member of the Board of Directors of the Online News Association (ONA), of the Advisory Board of the Journalism Program in Spanish of the Craig Newmark Graduate School and of Journalism of the City University of New York.

She is an expert in training and guiding journalists on how to reach and engage audiences. She has participated as a speaker and teacher at the Poynter Leadership Academy for Women in Digital Media, the Women's Leadership Accelerator at ONA, among others. She has mentored women with responsibility in the area of ​​digital journalism of different organizations at an international level. She previously worked as an executive digital editor at Time, People en Español, GFR Media, etc.

Pepe Cerezo

Professor at the Carlos III University of Madrid and director of Evoca Media

Expert in strategy and digital transformation of businesses and organizations, with more than 15 years of experience in the execution and development of digital projects in Spain and Latin America. He has been managing partner of RocaSalvatella in Madrid, director of analysis and research in the digital area of ​​PRISA, where he was also director of strategy and business development at PRISACOM, and responsible for studies and analysis at the Orange Foundation. Selected in 2007 by the newspaper El Mundo as one of the 25 most influential Spaniards on the Internet.

His works include The Liquid Media. The transformation of business models (2018) and The media before subscription models (2019).

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