The pandemic has changed the way journalists work. While we are still figuring out the best way forward, it is the right time to create a newsroom we want for the future
Newsrooms around the world have been turned upside down by the pandemic. While some journalists are now back to a physical workplace, others are still trying to find the best way to work remotely.
There are no easy answers and the solution will not be one-size-fits-all. But there are some lessons that we can all learn from hundreds of newsroom managers and media leaders who have been mulling over these issues for the past two years.
Head of leadership development at the Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism (RISJ) Federica Cherubini co-authored a report that looked at how the newsrooms have changed and what is working.
She penned an article for RISJ based on her findings, rounding up 10 tips for reshaping our newsrooms in the years to come, from the way leaders communicate with their teams to addressing the news media diversity problem.