This webcast will summarise the key themes from the Tomorrow's News series.
14 September 2022
Newsrooms are changing faster than ever before. They’re creating new types of content to engage audiences on different platforms and using different business models. So what structures, systems, workflows and services will enable success?
In Tomorrow’s News, the DPP brought together experts from its member organisations to explore the business and technology models of future newsrooms.
This online webcast will hear from key contributors to our work. What are the opportunities and threats, and what approaches are organisations taking to build the newsroom of the future? What are the news workflows and business models that actually work as news consumption habits change, and as news content is delivered across multiple platforms?
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Head of News Technology
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VP, News & Editorial Operations & Senior Executive Producer
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