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As we start the new decase, it feels like all things digital are under pressure – the adtech ecosystem is contracting, Facebook is being slammed as usual, Google is in a showdown with French publishers, and cookies are errr... crumbling, writes Lisa MacLeod.Read more ...

World News Day, on September 28, is a call for the world to join our industry on stage and tell us about what journalism means to you, writes David Walmsley, Editor-in-Chief of The Globe and Mail.Read more ...

What promises to be a monumental year for news worldwide, with Middle East turmoil, U.S. elections, and climate change roiling countries from Australia to Africa, is also shaping up to be one of the most threatening yet for news companies, and journalists. But there is hope for jouranlism, w…

"Our primary acquisition driver today is our content," says Aftenposten's Sidney Glastad. "Our paywall is where we get about 70 percent of our web sales, and that makes it really important for us to understand what kind of content converts and how long people stay on different types of conte…

DuMont Media Group, one of Germany's largest news publishing companies, will not sell off its entire collection of regional newspapers and exit the consumer media business, but is continuing to divest itself of individual regional publishing groups.Read more ...

Portugal's news industry is in crisis and even the President is concerned. Urgent action is needed, writes Catarina Carvalho, Executive Editor in Chief at Diário de Notícias.Read more ...

The year 2019 was a period of slowdown around the globe. The impact was felt in the news media industry, which had already been going through a not-so-easy transition period from print to digital. Lower spend from advertisers, along with other factors such as reduced consumer spending and in…

A visit to strike-torn Paris in December, for a World Editors Forum Board meeting, got the editor of the Straits Times, and current President of WEF,  Warren Fernandez, thinking about what may await us in 2020.Read more ...

The participants of the local news initiative Table Stakes Europe (TSE) recently came together in Paris to meet each other and their coaches at the offices of the French daily newspaper Le Parisien, which kindly hosted the kick off meeting. WAN-IFRA's Valérie Arnould was there and shares thi…

Asha Saluja, Gerente de Operaciones de Podcast de Slate, y Ana Ormaechea, Jefa de Productos Digitales de Radio Prisa, hablaron en Digital Media LATAM 2019 sobre el potencial y los desafíos de la producción de audio en el mundo digital.Read more ...

La directora de producto de McClatchy, el grupo propietario de casi 30 periódicos en 14 estados, Leanne Gemma dice que las compañías de medios necesitan profesionales que puedan pensar globalmente, incluyendo escritura, mercadotecnia, publicidad y tecnología.Read more ...

Los desafíos de implementar una estrategia para obtener nuevos suscriptores digitales se discutieron en el panel que reunió al director editorial del periódico mexicano Reforma, Juan E. Pardinhas, a la directora editorial de Folha de S Paulo, Camila Marques de Folha de S. Paulo, Paula Miragl…

From creating news stories automatically to optimising content delivery, an increasing number of newsrooms are making use of AI to automate and augment their reporting and other newsroom processes, making workflows more efficient, speeding up time-consuming tasks, and increasing the breadth …

The Dutch broadcaster’s media innovation lab uses novel technologies to provide engaging narrative experiences, while also informing its audience about the technologies’ possible impact on their everyday lives.Read more ...

The continued rise of Media Labs is the focus of the latest 2019 Trends in Newsrooms report. It unpacks their role, examines their organisation and offers advice on what you should do if you want to start one.Read more ...