Monday, November 8, 2004
By David Nordfors.
Innovation Journalism can strengthen the competitiveness of innovative clusters and national innovation economies. Innovation systems can offer readerships and commercial markets for innovation journalism. Journalism is an actor in innovation systems and it’s role needs to be investigated.
Monday, October 11, 2004
By Adam Edström.
A suggestion for how to mix business and technology journalism in a publication aiming at entrepreneurs and startups that insults neither the engineers nor the economists, based on a comparison between personal experiences from Fortune Magazine and the Swedish electronics magazine Elektroniktidningen.
Friday, September 17, 2004
By Magnus Höij.
In order for text to be “innovation journalism”, it has to cover both the invention and the market. While these two elements are sufficient and necessary for calling it innovation journalism, other elements can be added to make the text even more useful or enjoyable for the readership.
Wednesday, June 9, 2004
By Marcus Lillkvist.
The sparse journalistic coverage of innovation-based startup companies could be explained by a lack of methods and tools for journalists striving to cover these companies. This paper describes new journalistic methods for covering startups.
About the 2004 Innovation Journalism Fellowship Program and how to apply for it. In Swedish only. External link to VINNOVA’s website.
Monday, May 3, 2004
By David Nordfors
Reprint of VINNOVA Information VI 2003:5 ISSN 1650-3120, October 2003“Innovation Journalism” is the intuitive name for journalism covering innovation. It is valid as a concept, but there is no such journalistic discipline or community today. Therefore, a programme has been designed to develop the concept and test the possibilities for Innovation Journalism as a journalistic discipline, a new reporting “beat”.