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Nine tips for journalists to get started on TikTok

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Three avid TikTokers share technical tips to start racking up views on the popular social media platform

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Podcast articleHollie Wong of GAY TIMES, on community building and resilience on social media

The LGBTQ+ publication has carved out 4m social media followers, catering to audiences who have been historically let down by the press. But being online also makes them a target of abuse and trolling

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From the future of newsletters to AI and audience needs: Here is the Newsrewired agenda

There have never been more challenges - or more opportunities - for the journalism industry and the people who work in it. Join us on 24 May to discuss the future of news at Newsrewired

Behind the scenes of A/B testing: benchmarks and insights from three digital publishers

Got a hunch on how to get more readers to take up subscriptions? Get inspired to test out your hypothesis and interpret the results

Posted by Madeleine White on 04/05/22

Five questions for every newsroom to ask themselves on World Press Freedom Day

World Press Freedom Day is a reminder of why democracy and a free press matter. But conversations about safety, sustainability and sourcing need to be an all-year priority

Posted by Catherine Edwards on 03/05/22

Podcast articleJames Hewes, CEO of FIPP, on the legacy of the pandemic on digital media

Publisher headaches as well as opportunities have emerged out of the crisis of the pandemic. Learn how to weigh up what to do about the cookieless future, investing in audio vs video and diversifying your revenue streams

Posted by Jacob Granger on 28/04/22

How a membership model can provide value to your newsroom beyond just money

A loyal and mobilised audience is worth a lot more than the revenue it generates. Black Ballad shows it can inform your coverage, sell event tickets and even bring you new hires

Posted by Jacob Granger on 27/04/22

Meet your speakers for our Newsrewired conference in May

Do not miss out as we head back to physical venues to discuss the exciting future of digital journalism with industry experts, innovators and thought leaders

Posted by Jacob Granger on 25/04/22

Why The Telegraph is making audio-first journalism a priority moving forward

Having a dedicated audio team has helped to cover the coronavirus pandemic and the Ukraine war both quickly and creatively. But the focus moving forward is narrative-driven episodic content

Posted by Jacob Granger on 22/04/22

Podcast articleLeadership lessons from Perugia: Leading during uncertainty (part 2)

In these turbulent times, leaders need to show empathy and humility while still being able to make big calls

Posted by Jacob Granger on 21/04/22

Podcast articleLeadership lessons from Perugia: The environment for leaders (part 1)

The need for effective and strong leadership has never been clearer than during the pandemic, as newsrooms battle with ongoing digital transformation and the need to support employee wellbeing

Posted by Jacob Granger on 20/04/22

New GNI-funded AI fellowships invite journalists to work with tech colleagues

Journalists can apply for a free fellowship that will support them in working with a tech colleague on an AI project for their newsroom

Posted by Catherine Edwards on 19/04/22

Quartz pivots from paywall to registration wall, making the bulk of online content free-to-read

When 75 per cent of subscription conversions come from newsletters, it makes more sense for that place to become your primary "ask" to pay

Posted by Jacob Granger on 14/04/22

Three reasons why your newsroom may want to use Twitter Spaces

The social audio feature has given news organisations like The New Statesman and Tortoise a way to chat with their audience about the stories they are keeping a close eye on. But the possibilities do not end there

Posted by Catherine Edwards on 13/04/22

Introducing beabee: a platform to help community news outlets build membership models

The Bureau of Investigative Journalism, The Bristol Cable and CORRECTIV have come together to launch a trusted platform for the smallest newsrooms to monetise their loyal audience

Posted by Jacob Granger on 12/04/22

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