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BHIVE, Bloomberg’s human-centred research and prototyping group launched in 2017 to understand what motivates news consumers to engage with their brand.
The cross-functional team of designers, engineers, product developers and researchers work to build and test digital solutions that improve the news experience for Bloomberg's audience.
Blockchain is not just about cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin or Ethereum; this technology starts to be implemented in all kinds of sectors, like real estate or healthcare.
The journalism community slowly starts to take note of blockchain, with many using the buzzword while not being 100 per cent sure what it actually means.
So how does blockchain work and why should journalists care? To find out, we spoke to Daniel Sieberg, co-founder at iO and blockchain expert, who helps us shed the light on what blockchain actually is in our weekly podcast.
Mobile-first news publisher The Quint has targeted interactive advertisement as a potential new stream of revenue this year, hoping to improve its engagement metrics fivefold.
The Indian-based organisation has been creative on messaging platforms, using chatbots to increase traffic to its site, giving the consumer a new way to access stories and receive regular news updates.
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