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Jesper Doub speaking at GEN Summit (13 June 2019)
Facebook is looking at new ways to help media organisations monetise content on the platform, the company's EMEA director of news partnerships said at GENSummit this week.
Jesper Doub announced the social media site is considering creating dedicated space for news and a tool for subscription services for news. Facebook is also creating a list of trustworthy source, in an effort to crack down on fake news.
While in Athens, we caught up with two experts for our weekly podcast. Dmitry Shishkin, chief content officer, Culture Trip, tells us about how his new venture is reinventing travel content.
Meanwhile, John Sarrof, CEO, Chartbeat, explains how media organisations can navigate the challenges of the digital landscape.
RISJ Digital News Report screenshot
The Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism's latest report reveals a continued fall in trust of news organisations, with UK trust dropping by 14 per cent in four years.
The Digital News Report 2019 also saw an increase in those avoiding news content and continued stagnation in the proportion of people paying for online news.
Employers are looking for fresh ideas to add to their newsroom and, with social media consumption constantly changing, they are always keen for an injection of insight into social media platforms.
We have sourced some tips to impress your future employer to improve their social media game from Tamara Baluja, social media editor, CBC News.
With younger audiences increasingly getting their news through social media, it has never been more important to delve into the world of mobile journalism.
We have compiled a list, with help from digital journalism expert Bernhard Lill, of the six best apps to stop social media users scrolling past your content.
Our Newsrewired digital conference takes place on 27 November 2019 at Reuters, Canary Wharf, London - driving diversity in your newsroom is on the agenda, head to newsrewired.com to grab yourself a ticket
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