2019 has been an eventful year for Journalism.co.uk. We have held some important discussions with our community of readers around topics such as blockchain in journalism and why it pays to promote diversity in the newsroom.
We want to continue to lead these crucial conversations in the decade to come and provide practical insights for journalists around the world. Throughout 2019, our editorial team has been hard at work reporting from industry events, speaking to experts and bringing you the latest news on the innovation in journalism.
For our final podcast of 2019, Journalism.co.uk editor Marcela Kunova reflects on which topics have stood out and what plans we have in store for 2020 around networking events, 'virtual' work placements and mentorship schemes.
As we move into the next decade, we invite you to stay in touch with us on Twitter and Telegram. Our biggest takeaway is simply the importance of audience engagement and connecting with you, our readers. Look out for details around meet-up events and our next Newsrewired conference happening in Manchester - the very first to take place outside of London. There are lots of plans in the pipeline and we look forward to you joining us on our journey.
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