From mobile video to podcasts and virtual reality, numerous trends shaped the media industry in 2015 and many of them are here to stay.
So what are the skills journalists should develop, or acquire in 2016, and how can they can get a head start in the process?
Our guests this week are:
- Damian Radcliffe, Carolyn S. Chambers professor in journalism at University of Oregon
- Martin Stabe, head of interactive news, Financial Times
- Lisa Pollack, head of new projects, Financial Times
- Eric Athas, editorial training manager, NPR
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