Monthly Archives: June 2015

#formatDEN: Audiences, realities and goats in hats

  Recurring themes in journalism conferences I’ve been following (and sometimes attended) this year are: Try innovating, not imitating (aka don’t be Buzzfeed-lite) Everyone is a reporter, so be a curator and editor Don’t be scared of failing Get developers … Continue reading

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Interesting reads (weekly)

What Newspapers Don’t Know about Web Traffic Has Hurt Them Badly – But There is a Better Way by Matthew Hindman tags: Future newsroom culture digital futures The hardest part of saving news: Changing the definition | MediaReset tags: newsroom … Continue reading

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The end of ‘behind closed doors’ journalism

There are times in a journalist’s career when you are going to have to approach someone who is not having the finest moment of their life, and ask them to help you. It might be calling on a grieving family, or approaching … Continue reading

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