AI, Mobile apps, Multi Channel Publishing: technologies driving growth according to 5 news media leaders

This week we invited leaders from news organisations in the UK, Germany, France, Belgium and the Netherlands to join us in Leuven to discuss strategy, products and the future of news.  During the workshop, we asked leaders from Mediahuis, Le Monde, Kölner Stadt-Anzeiger, and The Telegraph which technologies are crucial to business growth in the[…]

AI – The train publishers can’t afford to miss

Key Take Aways from the INMA World Congress of News Media 2023 Coming back from the INMA World Congress of News Media it’s a pleasure to sort back through more than ten pages of notes and distil some of the learnings we gathered. A big theme was obviously generative AI, but aside from discussing the[…]

Recognising AI, ePaper and Gen Z focused initiatives at the INMA Global Media Awards

Publishers are leveraging tools across the digital sphere to bring their digital strategy to the next level. We have handpicked some of the best-in-class ideas presented at the INMA Global Media Awards from AI reporting on regional football driving a 50% renewal rate to dispelling fake news on TikTok to reach Gen Z. Norwegian robots[…]

4 technologies to include in your 2023 plans

This week, Juan Señor, Jayant Sriram and Inês Bravo released their 2022/23 World Report on Innovation in Media. We have dived through to pick out some of the standout technologies to include in your future plans.   NFTs and AI to become less futuristic “Publishers across the world are betting big on AI” write Señor,[…]

Newsroom driven innovation: Insights from WAN-IFRA’s Newsroom Summit

Newsrooms are quickly becoming the drivers of change and innovation for publishers. Recognising the potential behind technology has given newsrooms the chance to automate and innovate. They can now give greater attention to their content. As we heard from Tommi Heikkonen of Fiare at the WAN-IFRA Newsroom Summit, it is a positive publishing shift that[…]

Why 77% of Publishing Executives think AI will be important for their success

77% of publishing executives told WAN-IFRA and Schickler that AI will be important for the success of their business in 2024. But, nearly 50% of the same cohort said they had not yet explored any AI technology. Many cited internal challenges such as a lack of resources as key reasons for this. For publishers wishing[…]

What we learnt at the Journalism AI Festival

AI is no longer a stranger to newspaper publishers. The second edition of the JournalismAI festival last week highlighted interesting developments of the use of AI across publishing. From automating newsroom tasks to increasing subscription bases, AI technologies are starting to prove their worth. The Business Case of AI Anita Zielina of Newmark Journalism School[…]

3 ways in which AI can provide value to any publisher

In Reuters predictions published this January, 69% of media leaders and publishers bet on AI as the most important enabling technology for the future of journalism. Publishers see AI as a way of delivering more personalised experiences and improving production efficiency. Automated recommendations, better commercial proposals and newsroom automation were the 3 most important uses[…]

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