Journalists, developers and designers working together for the future of the media.
From August 29th. to 31th. 2013 in Buenos Aires, Argentina.
A few days before holding our first Media Party in August 2012, our Hacks/Hackers Buenos Aires chapter realized we were going to need a megaphone to announce some our activities to hundreds of participants.
If you have something to show, share, teach, this is the time. Prior to the Media Party we organized a meeting to convene possible workshops, projects and partners. To upload projects and fill http://mediaparty.hackdash.org and add them to the forms.
For the second consecutive year comes Hacks/Hackers Buenos Aires Media Party, the three-day event that brings journalists, software programmers and designers from three continents to work for the future of media. The appointment is between 29 and August 31, 2013 in Ciudad Cultural Konex, Buenos Aires, Argentina.
To simplify the logistics of the event, Hacks/Hackers Buenos Aires recommends staying at Abasto Hotel, located on Corrientes Avenue, just meters from Abasto Shopping and Carlos Gardel Subway Station to the characteristic 10 minutes Obelisco, and the unique areas Recoleta and Palermo. Corporate rate U$S 100.
Three days of keynotes, workshops and a huge hackathon working for the future of media.
An incredible opportunity to meetup with the best developers and journalists in the world.
These are some of the people that will visit us during this 3-day journey of conferences, talks and workshops.
Recent resident of Palo Alto, after becoming the first portuguese to be chosen as a Knight Journalism Fellow at Stanford University. Coach at Stanford's D.School class Design for Science.
Waldo Jaquith is a website developer and open government technologist from Charlottesville, Virginia, and creator of The State Decoded.
Director of Digital Product Strategy and Development at the Chicago Tribune Media Group
News applications editor, NPR. Panda project.
Assistant Editor of Interactive News at The New York Times, working on Aron Pilhofer's team.
Chilean journalist, founder and CEO of Poderopedia (winner of the Knight News Challenge 2011), and co-organizer of Hacks/Hackers Chile. ICFJ Knight Fellow.
Software Engineering Director at Knight Lab, former news application developer at Chicago Tribune.
Investigative journalist, OpenData activist, social entrepreneur, strategist. Knight International Journalism Fellow who is helping the African Media Initiative (AMI).
Director of Knight-Mozilla OpenNews, a program to disseminate innovation and open source web development in journalism.
Co-founder and director of innovation at Sourcefabric, an organization dedicated to provide technological support to open source media.
Former the Guardian as an interaction and motion designer, part of the interactive team, now ICFJ Knight Fellow launching Chicas poderosas.