Dan Silver, head of digital publishing at The Telegraph, outlines the opportunities editorial newsletters present publishers
Embracing Snapchat has ‘led to the biggest step change’ in its readership since The Economist was founded in 1843
Alexander Bregman, strategic partner development manager, product partnerships EMEA, Google, explains the current options available to news organisations
Maureen Hoch, editor, Harvard Business Review, explains how the publisher has been using emerging formats to get closer to audiences
A look at the state of AI in newsrooms from the 2018 ‘Journalism, media, and technology trends and predictions’ report published by the Reuters Institute
‘If we can come in at the same level as some of the bigger names, then it gives us a chance to be there first and for people to interact with us’
More than 100 projects in 26 countries received funding to tackle monetisation and other challenges and opportunities facing the news ecosystem today
From finding contact details of sources, to visualising data making Freedom of Information requests, these tools can help improve your reporting
The platform aims to help fuel a healthy news ecosystem and become a home for independent journalists
Remember these eight tips to ensure your data vis is both clear and appealing to the audience
Since launching in May, The Membership Puzzle Project, a year-long initiative from NYU’s Studio 20 programme and De Correspondent, has researched more than 100 news organisations, speaking to members and journalists about their expectations and approaches to “membership as a social contract”.
Startups for News seeks applications from early-stage companies with products and services that can accelerate newsrooms. Application for the Startups for News competition are now open, seeking to hear from startups with innovative products and services that could help media organisations work more efficiently. Applications for the programme, organised by the Global Editors Network in partnership with Journalism.co.uk, are open until 1 January 2018, after which the international jury will select 16 startups to participate in online pitch battles. [Read more]
The project will allow partner stations to share lively 60-second news videos on their own websites and social media channels
BBC Minute, the 60 second radio bulletin from the BBC World Service, has launched video versions of its news bulletin in a bid to better engage with younger people around the world.
Expert speakers from CNN, The Bureau of Investigative Journalism, Le Monde, The New York Times and more will discuss the latest trends and techniques in digital journalism at tomorrow’s event
‘News organisations who survived the first round of disruption are now ready for the next wave, wherever it washes up’, Polgreen said at the Google DNI Fund conference in Amsterdam