Monthly Archives: September 2014

Interesting reads (weekly)

How social media is reshaping news | Pew Research Center Some new PEW research on how people use social media for news, and what that means for news brands. ” Facebook is an important source of website referrals for many news outlets, but … Continue reading

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A short guide to longform

View image | gettyimages.com It sounds like one of the speakers to hear this year was Aron Philhofer at #hhldn this week, when he levelled some zingers at mainstream media for complacency about their future. I wasn’t there, but Richard … Continue reading

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Talking innovation, blockers and culture change at WAN-IFRA summit

I was amazed and delighted when WAN-IFRA contacted me recently to invite me to speak at the upcoming 13th International Newsroom Summit during World Publishing Expo in October, in Amsterdam. I said yes  – what an opportunity to hear industry leaders from around the world talk … Continue reading

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Innovations and ideas on the agenda for #fearlessDEN

View image | gettyimages.com Here’s an exciting thing: The next DEN (Digital Editors Network) meeting is being held at Trinity Mirror Towers, aka One Canada Square, Canary Wharf, aka IN MY ACTUAL HQ. Having attended many DENs over the year (we even … Continue reading

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