Please note that due to the COVID-19, the workshop was held virtually.
The video of the workshop is available here for those who registered for the workshop.
Date: June 8th from 9 AM to 12:45 PM EDT (tentative).
Virtual Room (URL): Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org if you registered but haven’t received the Zoom meeting invitation for NECO-20
Presentation for contributed talks: 15 mins for presentation, 5 mins for Q&A (20 mins)
|09:00-09:15 EDT||Welcome and Opening remarks|
|09:15-09:45 EDT||Invited Talks|
|09:15-09:45 EDT||Political audience diversity and algorithmic bias in news recommendation [Slides]
by Giovanni Luca Ciampaglia, University of South Florida
|10:30-11:30 EDT||Contributed Talks|
|10:30-10:50 EDT||Intermedia Agenda Setting and Concentrated News Production: The BBC's role in the UK’s coronavirus coverage [Paper] [Slides]
by Laszlo Horvath, Susan Banducci and Katharine Tyler
|10:50-11:10 EDT||Measuring Public Opinion Online: Potentials and Pitfalls [Slides]
by Indira Sen, Fabian Flöck, Katrin Weller and Claudia Wagner
|11:10-11:30 EDT||Google's Top Stories and the 'Fairness Doctrine' [Paper] [Slides]
by Eni Mustafaraj
|11:45-12:40 EDT||Invited Talks|
|11:45-12:15 EDT||If a Tree Falls in the Forest: COVID-19, Media Choices, and Presidential Agenda Setting [Slides]
by Masha Krupenkin, Boston College
|12:15-12:40 EDT||Tweeting Left, Right & Center: How users and attention are distributed across Twitter [Slides] [Report]
by Deen Freelon, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill