Monthly Archives: November 2013

Don’t Do Digital, just Do.

There is a thing that keeps bugging me, and it’s this: Until we stop thinking about digital as a discrete thing in our news operations, our mindsets, cultures and workflows will never really change. If we just stop thinking that … Continue reading

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The Changing Face of Journalism panel at the Society of Editors Confence

Liveblogged notes from The Changing Face of Journalism panel comprising: Steve Aukland, formerly Local World David Dinsmore, editor of the Sun Simon Fox, CEO of Trinity Mirror Geraldine Allinson, chairman KM Group Peter Barron, Comms and public affairs director, Europe, … Continue reading

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The Policing and the Media panel debate at the Society of Editors Conference #soeconf13

Live notes from the Police and the Media panel Keith Bristow, DG, National Crime Agency Alex Marshall, CEO, College of Policing Andrew Trotter, Chief Constable, British Transport Police and national policing lead for the communication advisory group KB: NCA brings … Continue reading

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Society of Editors conference Freedom of Information panel notes

Rather than live tweeting the Society of Editors conference, I thought it might be easier to blog it and have a written record to mull over. So these notes are taken live, and then tidied up and posted via Blogger … Continue reading

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Home Secretary Theresa May’ SOE keynote speech on the future of newspapers

Rather than live tweeting the Society of Editors conference, I thought it might be easier to blog it and have a written record to mull over. So these notes are taken live, and then tidied up and posted via Blogger … Continue reading

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