Scholars and practitioners argue whether there is one, or multiple definitions, or whether journalism is an art, craft or science. The boundaries of journalism are becoming less discrete, as various ‘actors’ – journalists, citizens, hackers, data scientists, algorithm machines and platforms – interact in order to produce and disseminate information.
Dr Lida Tsene holds a PhD in social media and social responsibility from Panteion University, Department of Communication, Media and Culture. Since 2008 she’s collaborated with the Advertising and Public Relations Lab of Panteion University as researcher and teaching associate. She worked as adjunct professor at the Department of Informatics and Mass Media at Western Greece Technical Educational Institution from 2010-2014. Since 2012 she’s taught the Communication and New Journalism masters program at the Open University of Cyprus and the Cultural Organisations Management masters program at the Hellenic Open University since 2013. Lida has worked as a journalist, corporate social responsibility and communication consultant, and since 2005, Public Relations and Educational Programs Director at Comicdom Press. In 2015 she founded Athens Comics Library. She also collaborates with Impact Hub Athens where she works as a communication strategist and business development consultant.
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