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The art of conversation and why radio is far from dead

'Don’t write off radio just yet; the evidence points to a socially critical role for this sector for some years to come' Posted by Daniel Bruce at 08/02/18
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Is media's dependence on Facebook an unavoidable sacrifice on the altar of digital transition?

What repercussions will this voluntary servitude have for the daily operations of newsrooms? Posted by Nicolas Becquet at 24/11/17
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Redesigning the journalistic economy as if starting from scratch

'The demand for high-quality, curated and trusted content has never been higher than it is today' Posted by Teun Gautier at 20/11/17

Fresh approaches to the role of journalism at local titles in the Pacific Northwest

How local journalists in the region are adopting solutions journalism and rethinking objectivity Posted by Damian Radcliffe at 05/10/17
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5 lessons learned from an innovative media organisation

How do innovative firms differ from non-innovative ones? Posted by Anette Novak at 22/09/17

Impartiality and the BBC – 'broad balance' in a two-horse race

Broadcasters face a particular structural challenge in their commitment to impartiality Posted by David Jordan and Ric Bailey at 25/07/17
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Journalism versus lies and fake news: Time for a rethink

Journalist and broadcaster Phil Harding suggests some of the steps that should be taken Posted by Phil Harding at 21/07/17
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Keep calm and carry on fact-checking: Challenges and reasons to be cheerful

Should readers and viewers become a fully integrated part of the news process? Posted by Patrick Worrall at 18/07/17
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The narrative challenge: Seeing stories from a human perspective

'At their best, narrative journalists expand the restrictive and mannered news voice into a fully human voice' Posted by Giles Wilson at 21/04/17

The last ten years and the next – Preparing for what's to come in journalism

How can hackathons and news labs help teach the journalism skills of the future? Posted by David Dunkley Gyimah at 13/03/17
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From rags to niches: The Bauer way to avoid death by print

Tim Pollard explains how Bauer Media invested in its digital motoring brands to create vibrant new businesses Posted by Tim Pollard at 18/01/17
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The magazine market isn’t dead, it’s different

Is the women’s magazine industry really destined for a papery grave, asks Joely Carey Posted by Joely Carey at 13/01/17

How publishers can learn more from their newsroom experiments

Failed newsroom experiments are rarely highlighted – but is there a way to learn more from them? Posted by Robin Kwong at 10/08/16

3 things fact-checking Brexit taught me about journalism

'Why aren’t we – the media – giving our readers the tools they need to come to an informed opinion?' Posted by Jeremy Evans at 12/07/16

After Snowden, there is clear evidence of a paradigmatic shift in journalist-source relations

What can be done to monitor intelligence agencies' threat of mass surveillance and its impact on journalists and their sources? Posted by Paul Lashmar at 07/06/16

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