Intrapeneurs are the future of news

Intrapeneurs are the future of news

Written by Virginia Stagni, Business Development Manager at FT and Director at FT Talent When I joined the FT, I was told that “We need to work with respectful audacity”. This effective line, like an ad, gave a sense of the balanced structure to maintain and suggested the right way to put innovation to work. As[…]

What audiences really want from the news, and what publishers can do about it

What audiences really want from the news, and what publishers can do about it

Written by Nic Newman, Senior Research Associate at the Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism Others in this series have noted the ways in which digital disruption has turned the industry on its head over the last decade. The move from scarcity of information to abundance through low-cost publishing and distribution has brought new[…]

How to create an offer you can’t refuse for your audience

How to create an offer you can’t refuse for your audience

Written by Steven Van Belleghem, Author and Thought Leader, Keynote Speaker at the upcoming Digital Growth Summit – The Next 10 years in News. Faster than real time news Let’s go back to 2010. Back then, when we talked about the future of news it was all about being authentic and fast. Those were the[…]

The next 10 years in publishing: A testimony from a millennial

The next 10 years in publishing: A testimony from a millennial

Subscribing to a newspaper is not common practice for the younger generations. It was only due to my inquisitive nature about events in the world that I subscribed to First News, a children’s newspaper, as a youngster. By saying subscribed, I mean my parents covered the costs to keep me away from the 10PM headlines[…]

Trust and its’ role as a key driver for innovation in news media

Trust and its’ role as a key driver for innovation in news media

Written by Sacha Morard, CTO/CIO at Le Monde What will the newspaper industry look like in 10 years time? This question may seem incipient to those who are not in the media business. To me, it seems that the technological future of journalism will have a much greater impact than we think, especially since the[…]

Media mavericks of the coming decade

Media mavericks of the coming decade

Written by Jakub Parusinski, Editor at The Fix Media – Speaker at Twipe Digital Growth Summit 2021 Rule-breaking is in the DNA of the media industry. It favours the bold, the creative – the loud, and brash, new kids on the block. Over the coming decade, those “new kids” will come from a more diverse[…]

The News Industry has to Stop Talking about “Digital Transformation”

The News Industry has to Stop Talking about “Digital Transformation”

Written by Louise Story former Chief News Strategist and Chief Product and Technology Officer at The Wall Street Journal The digital revolution began around the year 1980. The shift from analog electronics to digital technology has dramatically changed the way most industries work and, importantly, the way we all interact with content and products. And[…]

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