Archive for the ‘Communication’ Category

22
Feb

More than 50 international experts to examine new challenges in the field

The IE School of Communication at IE University and the University of Pennsylvania’s Annenberg School for Communication are partnering to organize the international symposium Transnational Connections Challenges and Opportunities for Political Communication. The event will take place at the IE University campus in Segovia, Spain on March 24-25 and will bring together the top academic experts and practitioners from throughout the world to discuss new trends in the field.

IE School of Communication / IE University y la Annenberg School of Communication de la Universidad de Pennsylvania, organizarán los próximos días 24 y 25 de marzo el simposio internacional: “Transnational Connection: Challenges and Opportunities for Political Communication”. El evento, que se celebrará en el campus de IE University en Segovia, reunirá a más de 50 académicos, expertos y profesionales del sector, con el objetivo de analizar las nuevas tendencias en comunicación política. Read more…

22
Feb

La Asamblea Nacional del Ecuador debate en estos días una Ley de Comunicación a propuesta del Presidente de la República, Rafael Correa. La iniciativa ha levantado numerosas reacciones en el país latinoamericano. Mientras desde las filas de la oposición se sostiene que el Mandatario pretende con la normativa coartar la libertad de expresión, el Ejecutivo argumenta que los medios de comunicación son un poder que necesita ser regulado.

Con el objetivo de analizar la situación que atraviesa la prensa en Ecuador, el próximo miércoles 24 de febrero de 2010 a las 12:30h en el Campus de IE University en Segovia, tendrá lugar la conferencia “Periodismo y Democracia en Ecuador”. El evento  contará con la participación de Galo Chiriboga Zambrano, embajador de Ecuador en España; Miguel Ángel Bastenier, columnista y editorialista del diario ‘El País’ y Carlos Vera reconocido comunicador y activista político ecuatoriano. De moderar el debate se encargará Patricia Villarruel, profesora de Periodismo Iberoamericano en IE School of Communication y Corresponsal de diario El Universo de Ecuador. Read more…

17
Feb

PUBLIC LECTURE: “Bosch, pasado presente y futuro a través de su imagen corporativa”

Martes : 23-02-2010. Segovia, Campus Santa Cruz la Real. Room :  Sala Capitular. Hour:  13:00 horas. 

IE School of Communication (IE University) invites you to the 27th meeting “Scientifics and professionals in communication  2009-2010”,  where José Manuel Noriega,  chief of Corporate communication for Robert Bosch Spain, will give a talk in Spanish entitled, “Bosch, past, present and future through its corporate identity”. 

La IE School of Communication (IE University)  les invita al 27 encuentro de “Científicos y Profesionales de la Comunicación 2009-2010”, en donde José Manuel Noriega,  responsable de Comunicación Corporativa para la empresa Robert Bosch en España , dará una charla en español intitulada “Bosch, pasado presente y futuro a través de su imagen corporativa”. Read more…

16
Feb

IE School of Communication and DIRCOM (Asociación de Directivos de Comunicación) today signed a collaboration agreement aimed at fostering education, research and the dissemination of findings in the field of corporate communication and public relations. The agreement was signed today at the IE University campus in Segovia by the Dean of IE School of Communication, Samuel Martín-Barbero, and the president of DIRCOM in Castilla y León, Ángel Losada. 

Both institutions have committed to use the agreement to further both professional and academic aspects of the world of information and communication. Key objectives include the creation of an ideas lab and joint teaching programs and research projects designed to provide a platform for University debate in Spain and worldwide. Another important aim is to channel knowledge related to management in the field of communication to all sectors and industries, including public administration. 

Samuel Martín-Barbero, Dean of IE School of Communication, feels that the agreement enables the transfer of practical knowledge straight from the mind of the director of communication to that of the student. “There are no intermediaries in the process. It will serve to further strengthen the strong management component of this official degree in communication and will provide support for our international “Master and Apprentice” program, a seven-week course during which our students interact with professional mentors”. 

The President of DIRCOM Castilla y León, Ángel Losada, sees the agreement as a way to enable access for professionals to an innovative form of education, while bringing the experience of seasoned professionals to training programs. “This mutual benefit will help to increase the role of strategic communication in the new forms of leadership demanded by the knowledge society.” Losada underscored the fact that one of the main challenges would be to recognize the importance of communication for business organization processes, and to study what improvements can be made in this respect. 

The agreement means that IE School of Communication and DIRCOM will strengthen communication between the two organizations in order to leverage the channels used by both to disseminate their academic and professional activities. Dircom will also be offering IE University alumni the same advantages as its members for a period of 3 months, as well as the opportunity to be included in its job bank. IE University will provide free access to all co-organized seminars and congresses for all members of Dircom.

IE School of Communication y la delegación regional de DIRCOM (Asociación de Directivos de Comunicación) en Castilla y León han suscrito hoy un convenio de colaboración para potenciar la formación, la investigación y la divulgación en materia de comunicación corporativa y relaciones públicas. El convenio ha sido rubricado hoy en el campus de IE University en Segovia por el Decano de IE School of Communication, Samuel Martín-Barbero, y por el Presidente de DIRCOM en Castilla y León, Ángel Losada, Director de Comunicación del gobierno regional. 

Ambas instituciones se comprometen a establecer un marco de colaboración en los aspectos profesionales y académicos relacionados con el campo de la información y la comunicación. Entre otros objetivos, el acuerdo contempla la constitución conjunta de un laboratorio de ideas y una colaboración docente e investigadora con el propósito de establecer un marco de reflexión Universitaria dentro y fuera de España, así como divulgar conocimiento en gestión y dirección de comunicación entre todos los sectores de actividad e industrias posibles, así como ante la administración pública. 

“El acuerdo representa la trasferencia, única en España, de un conocimiento práctico desde la mente del Director de Comunicación al alumno sin intermediarios, afianza aún más el fuerte componente gerencial del Grado Oficial en Comunicación y alimenta nuestro genuino programa internacional Maestro y Aprendiz de siete semanas anuales donde nuestros alumnos contarán con mentores profesionales en activo”, destaca Samuel Martín-Barbero, Decano de IE School of Communication. Read more…

15
Feb

Martes : 16-02-2010. Segovia, Campus Santa Cruz la Real. Room :  Sala Capitular. Hour:  15.30 

IE School of Communication (IE University) invites you to the 26th meeting “Scientifics and professionals in communication  2009-2010”,  where Leila Fadel Iraq Correspondent for the Washington Post and and Ben Lando, founder and Iraq Bureau Chief of Iraq Oil Report,  will give a talk in English entitled “Warzone coverage of Iraq”.

Abstract: Leila Fadel and Ben Lando will give first hand accounts of their experiences as correspondents in Iraq. This talk will deal with managing  news coverage when there is so much risk involved, and when politics are still in development, and foreign oil companies are cautiously coming back into Iraq. 

Speakers :

Leila Fadel is an Iraq Correspondent for the Washington Post. She’s a former Baghdad bureau chief for McClatchy Newspapers. Leila won the George R. Polk Award for outstanding foreign reporting in 2007, for what the jurors called her “vivid depictions’’ of the military and political struggle in Iraq. Leila speaks conversational Arabic, having grown up in Saudi Arabia and attended high school in Lebanon. She spent 28 months in Iraq as the Baghdad bureau chief for McClatchy, her latest assignment in a series of Iraq tours for McClatchy and Knight Ridder that date back to 2005. 

Ben Lando is the founder and Iraq Bureau Chief of Iraq Oil Report. Ben was previously the energy editor at United Press International, reporting extensively on and from Iraq. He also served as UPI’s energy correspondent while based in Washington DC. Throughout his career, he has reported on energy, political and security issues in Iraq, Saudi Arabia, Russia, Turkey, UAE, Jordan, UK and the United States. He is currently also the Iraq-based freelance reporter for Platts, and a freelance reporter for The Wall Street Journal and TIME. Ben has been published in The Washington Times, The Jerusalem Post and World Politics Review, and has given numerous expert interviews to BBC News, NPR, The Washington Post and other media outlets. He is a noted specialist on Iraq, and has consulted members of the U.S. Congress and global business risk and investment firms on a myriad of topics. Ben is based in Baghdad and travels frequently around the Middle East. He oversees a team of journalists and researchers based in Iraq, and throughout the world.

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