Menu

Dmitry Shishkin, chief content officer of Culture Trip, on converting subscribers, evergreen content and automated commissioning

dmitry.jpg

Ahead of the Newsrewired conference, Shishkin talks about what news publishers can learn from his career change into the world of travel content and production

news-tablet

How can news organisations survive at a time of increasing reader needs and digital disruption?

In the ongoing aftermath of the Cairncross Review into the sustainable future of journalism, changes in news consumption and monetisation mean publishers need to think harder about keeping newsrooms open

web-3706562_1280.jpg

AI-powered journalism: a time-saver or an accident waiting to happen?

'Automated journalism' generates news faster and in more detail than ever before, but it also gives rise to bias and erroneous reporting

"Artificial intelligence is not the future - it is happening right now"

Cardiff University is introducing a new module to prepare journalism students for working with AI tools while teaching critical thinking to ward them off over-relying on machine learning

Posted by Amy Batt and Jacob Granger on 11/11/19

Weekly journalism news update: Future News Fund, audience growth and fact-checking the US 2020 election

Pushed for time? Catch up with the weekly media news coverage from Journalism.co.uk

Posted by Jacob Granger on 08/11/19

Save Journalism Project launches fundraiser to pay laid-off US reporters $2-a-word to write about media job cuts

The Freelance Reporting Initiative will produce five reports into how communities have been affected by losing local titles while Facebook and Google continue to see digital growth

Posted by Daniel Green on 08/11/19

Podcast articleUS local news industry is shifting from adverts to reader revenue model in search of sustainability

At the halfway point of the Medill Local News Initiative, three research leaders identify how local news publishers are responding to 'the big sea change' of increasingly individual reader needs and habits

Posted by Jacob Granger on 07/11/19

IMPRESS releases new guidance to help journalists report on election polls

The British press regulator aims to improve the quality of reporting around survey and polling data ahead of the UK general election

Posted by Daniel Green on 06/11/19

First Draft launches campaign to equip journalists with verification skills ahead of US 2020 election

Following fact-checking projects in France, Brazil and Nigeria, CrossCheck plans masterclasses and simulations to prepare journalists for election season in the US

Posted by Daniel Green on 06/11/19

Did you get the Memo? Why Forbes bought a UK publication as part of its European expansion

When The Memo was bought out by the US publisher, it saw readership grow from 500k to 80m in the space of a year

Posted by Amy Batt on 05/11/19

How to get your news organisation set up on WhatsApp

The Telegraph and The Washington Post are establishing themselves on private platforms to reach new audiences - here is how you can join them

Posted by Jacob Granger on 05/11/19

Keynote speaker Dmitry Shishkin, chief content officer at Culture Trip, joins Newsrewired

Join us on 27 November in London to learn how to leverage data, automation and machine learning to engage with your audience

Posted by Marcela Kunova on 04/11/19

Future News Fund launches £2m pot for public service journalism following Cairncross Review

The Government-funded initiative enables local and regional media to prototype and accelerate new approaches to audience engagement and sustainable business models

Posted by Jacob Granger on 04/11/19

Weekly journalism news update: Cairncross, Facebook News and advice for young investigative journalists

Pushed for time? Catch up with the weekly media news coverage from Journalism.co.uk

Posted by Jacob Granger on 01/11/19

"This is what local journalism should really look like"

US independent publisher Detour Detroit organised 'watchdog workshops' where local residents learned to investigate the landlords buying up property in their neighbourhood

Posted by Daniel Green on 01/11/19

Next >

Freelancers for hire

image description
Tips for freelance journalists

Learn how to keep the wolf from your door

image description
Wiki glossaries

A-Z lists of online style tips and terms

Advertise here: Contact
Andrew Brimson 01273 384293