Schibsted Journalism Award is open for members of the press who wants to cover the arrangement.
Master of Ceremonies will be Ingrid Bjørnov.
Schibsted Journalism Award
To work for and gain distinction as pioneers of good journalism is fundamentally important in Schibsted. That is why the group created the Schibsted Journalism Awards in 2007; to honor exemplary works of journalism in the form of text, photos, sound or living images.
Three awards are presented - each award is worth NOK 200,000:
•Best Innovative Entry
Editorial material that has been published by the group's journalists and photographers in all the countries in which Schibsted conducts editorial activities are evaluated by an international jury of experts.
09:30 Words of Welcome by Kjersti Løken Stavrum, Chairman of the Schibsted Journalism Awards’ organizing committee, and by Rolv Erik Ryssdal, CEO Schibsted Media Group.
09:40 Presentation of the nominees in the category Best Story Telling
09:50 The war reporter. The Martin Adler Story. Martin Adler was a renowned Swedish reporter covering wars and conflicts all over the world until he was killed in Somalia in 2006. The film The Martin Adler Story is presented by Swedish TV4-reporter Rolf Porseryd
10:30 Telling more than a thousand words. VG’s experienced photographer Harald Henden documenting the journalistic power of the pictures
11:00 Coffee break
11:15 Presentation of the nominees in the category Best Scoop.
11: 25 Finding scoops everywhere. Aftenposten’s investigative reporter Per Anders Johansen on the Wikileaks cables and other scoops.
13:00 Presentation of the nominees in the category Best Innovation.
13:10 #talkaboutit. Johanna Koljonen and Sofia Mirjamsdotter on their successful initiative on talking about sex and sexuality on social media.
13:45 What’s your idea? SINTEF, Scandinavia's largest not-for-profit research institute, has led a project on what drives extraordinary idea work and creativity. Presented by senior scientist Arne Carlsen and Gudrun Rudningen, scientist.
14:30 Publish and be damned! Chief editor in Aftonbladet Jan Helin on the limits, or no limits, of journalism.
15:15 Coffee Break.
15:30 The story never told. New York Times’ reporter David Rohde was a prisoner of Taliban in Afghanistan for seven months until he managed to escape. US media did not break the hostage story.
16:15 Words of the jury. Head of Jury – Kalle Jungkvist.
16:25 Final notes and wrap-up.
Picture: Rosa Prince at Schibsted Journalism Awards 2009. Prince is a British political correspondent at the Daily Telegraph and a member of the eight-strong team of journalists who broke the expenses scandal which led to one of the worst political crises in British history: The Daily Telegraph and the Expenses Scandal which Rocked Westminster.