A Tough Message for News Organisations: Change or Become Irrelevant

It is currently one of the most pressing questions in journalism: how can legacy media successfully master the digital environment and flourish in a world dominated by the Internet and social media?

So great is the interest and the demand for answers that the Web is filled with think-pieces, best practice guidelines and conference talks on the topic yet, until recently, there has been little empirical research available.

A new report by Lucy Kueng, a Senior Visiting Fellow at the Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism and professor of strategy and innovation in media organisations, tries to address this gap. Continue reading “A Tough Message for News Organisations: Change or Become Irrelevant”

Last chance to register for our new course ‘Oxford Perspectives – Envisioning the Newsroom in 2020’ http://bit.ly/2x7kpIR pic.twitter.com/0qQ0L6xxuj

Last chance to register for our new course ‘Oxford Perspectives – Envisioning the Newsroom in 2020’ http://bit.ly/2x7kpIR 

The Reuters Institute will be providing the latest insights into journalism and digital development in a new executive education seminar in November.

Oxford Perspectives – Envisioning the Newsroom in 2020 is tailored specifically for experienced journalists and newsroom managers who want to learn more about audiences, new formats, business models that work and current trends in journalism.

The two-day event in Oxford will also provide the opportunity to engage in discussions with international peers and to increase networks.

It takes place on November 22nd, 23rd and 24th, 2017.

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