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Five lessons from the Guardian’s membership strategy, three years on

| November 13, 2018 – 3:59 pm | 721 views
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Three years ago, the Guardian decided to re-evaluate its membership scheme, trialling contributions on its website, and building a team within the newsroom to oversee its growth and evolution.
Since 2016, the Guardian has grown from …

How changing a business model can help future-proof news organisations

| November 8, 2018 – 1:31 pm | 882 views
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The decline in advertising revenue was one of the major factors leading to the closure of many local newsrooms. Although the media industry is yet to find a sustainable model for financing local journalism in the digital age, a number of new initiatives suggest that adopting a new business model can help solve some of the challenges.

Going vertical: How Pink News reimagined its content for a completely difference audience on Snapchat

| November 8, 2018 – 1:07 pm | 1,065 views
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Ellen Stewart, head of content, PinkNews

“When I joined Pink News as head of content in January this year, it was the best and worst time to be in digital journalism”, Ellen Stewart said at newsrewired yesterday (7 November).
Indeed, Facebook’s announcement …

“You need to super-serve the underserved” – Engaging Generation Z with niche content at the ShoutOut Network

| November 8, 2018 – 11:26 am | 776 views

Back in 2014, Efe Jerome, the founder of the ShoutOut Network hoped to create a safe space for young people from under-represented backgrounds to tell their own stories. After sharing the vision with Imriel Morgan, …

Press Association’s news service RADAR has written 50,000 individual local news stories in three months with AI technology

| November 7, 2018 – 4:39 pm | 887 views
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Pete Clifton, editor-in-chief, Press Association

 
The Press Association’s latest news service RADAR — ‘reporters and data and robots’ — uses those three ingredients to write local news stories at a frequency and precision impossible otherwise.
Launched in December 2017 with Urbs …

Panels By Getty Images: The AI technology that suggests images by ‘reading’ your story

| November 7, 2018 – 1:55 pm | 1,024 views
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Benjamin Beavan, business development manager, Getty Images

Struggling to find the right picture for your piece on deadline? Getty Images have introduced new artificial intelligence technology to save you from trawling through image sites.
Speaking at newsrewired (7 November) Benjamin Beaven, business development …

Cybernetic newsroom: Why Reuters is marrying human and robot journalism

| November 7, 2018 – 1:21 pm | 1,354 views
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Reuters is driving its journalism with human judgement and machine capability, using AI tools News Tracer and Linx Insight, explained Reg Chua, executive editor, Reuters at newsrewired today (7 November).
The ‘cybernetic newsroom’, as he described …

Top stories straight to your phone’s homepage: How one local news organisation reaches audiences through WhatsApp broadcasts

| November 7, 2018 – 12:53 pm | 886 views
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While Facebook may be depriorisiting news on the News Feed, Facebook-owned WhatsApp is a ‘back to basics’ alternative for news organisations, says Natalie Fahy, digital editor, Nottinghamshire Live speaking at newsrewired (7 November).
Fahy said Nottinghamshire …

How The Telegraph is engaging Generation Z on Snapchat

| November 7, 2018 – 11:55 am | 681 views
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Imriel Morgan, CEO

The digitally-savvy Generation Z, made up of 13-24 year olds, have never known life without smartphones.
Snapping, swiping, liking and sharing is second nature to them, meaning news organisations must digitally adapt if they are to …

The BBC uses a virtual studio to better explain the news to young people across Africa

| November 7, 2018 – 11:31 am | 943 views
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Imriel Morgan, CEO and co-founder, ShoutOut Network
Harriet Oliver, co-editor of Children’s News, BBC Africa
Julie Taylor, co-editor of Children’s News, BBC Africa
Ellen Stewart, head of content, PinkNews
Nick Rotherham, reporter, BBC Radio 1, moderating

BBC World Service is aiming to give 11-16 year olds across Africa a chance to tell their own stories and find out more about the world’s issues.
The television programme What’s New?, which is part of …