'We are going after our future readers' – Snapchat Discover and Facebook Live experiments at The Wall Street Journal
The publisher has been experimenting in the last year, gaining loyal readers and changing the newsroom's culture
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Failed newsroom experiments are rarely highlighted – but is there a way to learn more from them?
3 things fact-checking Brexit taught me about journalism
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After Snowden, there is clear evidence of a paradigmatic shift in journalist-source relations
Destination unknown: Trinity Mirror, the Bristol Post and the erosion of local media
How the latest acquisition of Trinity Mirror will continue to take the ‘local’ out of Local World
'When you're using Twitter to find witnesses, treat it like a door knock'
Alison Gow, digital innovations editor, Trinity Mirror Regionals
Five paradoxes of a dying press
Nicolas Becquet, journalist, L'Echo
'Why independent journalism is challenging the mass media'
Drew Rose, coordinator of The Bristol Cable
'5 predictions for hyperlocal media in 2015'
Damian Radcliffe, Cardiff University
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