Keynote Presentations

Hanging out or becoming native? Embedded industry research and its contexts, presented at the News & Media Research Centre, University of Canberra, 10 May 2022

Algorithms and Public Interest? Protecting pluralism and media diversity in media and communication, presented at the 2021 Etmaal van de Communicationtiewetenschap conference, Belgium, February 5, 2021.

Digital Intermediation: Automating our Media Diversity Through Unseen Infrastructures, presented at the Culture, Media, Economy Focus Program, Monash University, August 10, 2020.

Digital Intermediation: Towards Transparent Public Automated Media, presented at the Tallinn University as part of the European Regional Development Fund, 16 May 2019.

Digital Methods for the Interoperabilty Mandatepresented at the Digital Media Studies Conference, Beijing Normal University, October 7-9, 2018.

Sometimes I Just Want to Eat Eggplants, Tacos and Peaches: A re-calibration of ethical social media use, presented at Waikato University, November 14, 2017.

Hutchinson, J. (2016). Damn those ethics boards!’ How to make sense of an ethics committee approach towards social media research‘. Paper presented at University of Waitako, New Zealand, 22 November.

Dwyer, T. & Hutchinson, J. (2016). Digital Media Contexts for Policy Interventions in Australia: Regulating the Share Economy. Paper presented at Yonsei University, South Korea, 11 November.

Hutchinson, J 2016, “Understanding Public Service Media Value Beyond the Fifth Estate: The significance of social media in a networked societyPresented at Media@Sydney, Sydney, 12 August.

Hutchinson, J 2016, “Program Powerhouses? Social Talent and TV Brands” presented at Australian OTT Television Summit, Suisse Hotel, Sydney 22 April.

Hutchinson, J 2015, “Balancing Books & Bubs: Parenting through postgraduate research degrees”, presented at Balancing Book & Bubs, Sydney 19 October.

Hutchinson, J 2015, “Community Managers as Change Agents: What is the future of community management?”, presented at SWARM Conference, 9 September.

Hutchinson, J 2014, “SWARM: Online Community Management Meets Cultural Intermediation” presented at Media@Sydney, University of Sydney, 26 September.

Hutchinson, J 2014, “Australian and New Zealand Communication Association (AMZCA) Postgraduate and ECR pre-conference event”, Melbourne, 8 July.

Hutchinson, J 2014, “Tomorrow the World“, presented at the ARC Centre of Excellence for Creative Industries final symposium, Brisbane, 2 April.

Hutchinson, J 2014, “#Altac Track: Strategies to imagine and build alternative academic careers“, presented at the Australasian Digital Humanities conference, Perth, 18 March.

Hutchinson, J 2010, “Creative Commons and ABC Pool”, presented at the Creative Commons Roadshow, National Institute of Dramatic Arts (NIDA), Sydney, September 27.

Selected Presentations

From KPIs to KOLs: Regulating social media and influencers within Vietnam, presented at the Sydney Vietnam Centre Symposium, 18 November 2021.

Understanding Disengagement from Social Media: A Research Agenda, presented at Alfred Deakin Institute International Conference, Recovery, reconfiguration, and repair: Mobilising the social sciences and humanities for a post-pandemic world, 11–12 November 2021.

Shut it down or shape it up? The state of Vietnamese digital media in 2021, presented at the Australian and New Zealand Communication Association (ANZCA), Melbourne (Virtual), Just 2021.

Can Automated Strategies Work for PSM in a Network Society? Engaging digital intermediation for informed citizenry, presented at the International Association for Media and Communication Research (IAMCR), Helsinki (Virtual), July 2020.

Blocked by YouTube – Unseen digital intermediation for social imaginaries in the Asia Pacificpresented at Hong Kong University, 30 August 2019.

Data Ethnography: How do we research what we can’t see?, presented at the 2018 DH Downunder Digital Methods Summer Institute, University of Sydney, December 4 2018.

Hutchinson, J. (2016). Understanding Public Service Media Value Beyond Audience Metrics: Influence, vanity metrics and critical analyticsPaper presented at RIPE@2016, University of Antwerp, Belgium, 22 September.

Hutchinson, J 2016, “Understanding Public Service Media Value Beyond the Fifth Estate: The significance of social media in a networked society” presented at Australian and New Zealand Communication Association (ANZCA), Newcastle, 7 July.

O’Donnell, P & Hutchinson, J 2015, “Pushback Journalism: Twitter, User Engagement and Journalism Students’ Responses to the Australian” presented at SWARM Community Management Conference, Sydney, 9 September.

Hutchinson, J 2015, “Public Service Media Taste Agents: Cultural Intermediaries Working as Innovation Brokers“, presented at the International Association of Media and Communication Research (IAMCR), Montreal Canada, 14 July 2015.

Hutchinson, J 2015, “Conceptualising Community Social Media: The Promise of Cultural Intermediation“, presented at the International Association of Media and Communication Research (IAMCR), Montreal, Canada, 14 July 2015.

Brevini, B and Hutchinson, J 2015, “PSB 2.0 and social television: The case of ABC’s #7DaysLater“, presented at the International Association of Media and Communication Research (IAMCR), Montreal Canada, 14 July 2015.

Hutchinson, J 2015 “Public Service Media Taste Agents: Cultural Intermediaries Working as Innovation Brokers“, presented at Australia and New Zealand Communication Association (ANZCA) conference, Queenstown New Zealand, 8 July 2015.

Hutchinson, J and Hammond, J 2015 “Social Media Data: Twitter Scraping on NeCTAR“, presented at Digital Humanities, University of Western Sydney, June 2015.

Hutchinson, J 2014 “Public Service Media and Social TV: Co-Creating Television Comedy with the Network Influencers of the ABC’s #7DaysLater“, presented at Association of Internet Researchers (AoIR), Daegu South Korea, 24 October.

Hutchinson, J 2014 “Cultural intermediation at the intersection point of institutional co-creation: Reconfiguring participation within the Australian Broadcasting Corporation (ABC)“, presented at the Association of Internet Researchers (AoIR), Daegu South Korea, 22 October.

Hutchinson, J 2014 “Public Service Media and Social TV: Crossing the boundary between professional and collaborative production through ABC’s #7DaysLater“, presented at RIPE@2014, Tokyo, 26-29 August.

Wilson CK and Hutchinson, J 2014, “From Experiment to Extinction… PSM innovation and the boundaries of public and market value: the contrasting pathways of the ABC’s Double J and ABC Pool”, presented at  RIPE @2014, Tokyo, 26-29 August.

Hutchinson, J 2014, “The Impact of Social TV and Audience Participation on National Cultural Policy: Co-creating television comedy with #7DaysLater“, presented at the International Association of Media and Communication Researchers (IAMCR) conference, Hyderabad, 15-19 July.

Goggin, Gerard, Hutchinson, Jonathon, ‘Cars as Mobile Media:
New Directions in Australian Culture & Policy‘, paper presented at the Australian and New Zealand Communication Association (ANZCA) conference, Melbourne, 9 July.

Hutchinson, J 2014, “Bolstering Communication for Inclusion in Public Service Media With Social TV: Online Governance and Social Media“, presented at Australian and New Zealand Communication Association (ANZCA) conference, Melbourne, 9-11 July.

Hutchinson, J 2014, “Measuring Social TV: How Social Media Co-Creation is Expanding Participation in Public Service Screen Production“, presented at the Australian Screen Production and Education Association (ASPERA) conference, Newcastle, 18 June.

Hutchinson, J 2014, “The social and technological challenges of augmenting the ABC’s archival collection: Creating cultural objects“, presented at Australasian Digital Humanities conference, Perth, 18-21 March.

Hutchinson, J 2013, “Moving Convergence Culture Beyond ‘Speculative Fiction’ to Grounded Experience: Embedded cultural research“, presented at Doing Cultural Studies, Swinburne University, Melbourne December 3.

Martin, Fiona, Hutchinson, Jonathon, (2013) ‘Mapping m-Health networks on Twitter’, Charles Perkins Centre. e-Health and m-Health Showcase and Roundtable, 6 November 2013, Faculty of Health Sciences, Cumberland Campus.

Hutchinson, J 2013, “Communication models of institutional online communities: the role of the ABC cultural intermediary“, presented at the Australian and New Zealand Communication Association (ANZCA) Global Networks – Global Divides conference, Fremantle 3 – 5 July.

Goggin, Gerard, Dwyer, Tim, Martin, Fiona, Hutchinson, Jonathon, 2013, ‘Mobile Internet’s “Creative Destruction”: Implications for Global Mobile Policy‘ presented at IAMCR, Dublin Ireland, 25-29 June.

Hutchinson, J 2013, “The role of the cultural intermediary within participatory communication: Lessons form ABC Pool“, presented at the International Association of Media and Communication Research (IAMCR), Dublin 25 – 29 June.

Hutchinson, J 2013, “Collaborations, Connections & Consequences – A study on the effects of Pool and its community within the ABC“, final seminar presentation at the ARC Centre of Excellence for Creative Industries and Innovation, 1 February.

Hutchinson, J 2012, “Institutional online communities – ABC Pool as a collaborative, creative community within the Australian Broadcasting Corporation“, presented at the Australian Digital Humanities Conference, Australian National University, Canberra, 13 November.

Hutchinson, J 2012, “Extending the ABC’s public service remit: ABC Pool community manager as innovation broker“, presented at the RIPE conference, Sydney, 7 September.

Hutchinson, J 2012, “Community managers as innovation brokers – Lessons from ABC Pool“, presented at the Hans Bredow Institute, Hamburg, 25 July.

Hutchinson, J 2012, “Collaborations, Consequences & Connections – A study on the effects of Pool and its community within the ABC“, presented at the Oxford Internet Institute, Oxford University, 18 July.

Hutchinson, J 2012, “Importing Wikipedia principles into the cultural institution of a public service broadcaster: The case of ABC Pool“, presented at the Wikipedia Academy, Freie Universität, Berlin, 7 July.

Hutchinson, J 2011, “Are community managers the centre of the universe?“, presented at the SWARM conference, Sydney, 10 November.

Hutchinson, J 2010, “Why does the Pool community participate?“, presented at IGNITE!2010 conference, ARC Centre of Excellence for Creative Industries and Innovation, Brisbane, 10 November.