World Association of Newspapers and News Publishers

Study Tour: Innovative Newsrooms



Study Tour: Innovative Newsrooms

Date and Location

  • 13 May 2013 - 17 May 2013
    Stockholm, Helsinki, London
    United Kingdom

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Sub title

Innovation and efficiency in Europe’s top newsrooms

Introduction to Event

Aftonbladet -Financial Times -Kauppalehti -Helsingin Sanomat - The Independent -Daily Telegraph - BBC - and more...

Stockholm and Helsinki are home to some of the most sophisticated mobile first newsrooms – telling stories in innovative ways, targeting new younger readers, developing video and TV content, and supporting increases in digital revenue that rival print.

In London, news publishers like the FT, Guardian, BBC and Independentare preparing for digital dominance.

SPECIAL OPTION: Choose between our full programme or join us for just 2 days in Scandinavia or 3 in London. See pricing here.

Study Tour: Innovative Newsrooms

Confirmed visits:-

2012 was one of the top three most profitable years in the newspaper’s history. They say their continuing success is due to a „story first“ approach – and the newsroom now generates premium content for 159,000 paying subscribers, besides big investments in video and TV programming.

Fresh from content redesign in 2012, the business title Kauppalehti offers VIP market news that supports a paid content model. New unit Alma Diverso focuses on growing and optimising digital business – including six consumer brands.

The Helsingin Sanomat website's metered paywall supports an integrated newsroom with a strong focus on quality content - brand new data group with journalists highly involved in hacking culture & new ways of visualising news.

Just confirmed - more info to follow!

Increasingly integrated 24hr online newsroom that just announced the merger of their daily and Sunday titles and is betting the future on digital.

In January, the FT announced their move to a truly digital first approach - with new products to reflect the fact that 25% of online traffic comes from mobile.

Big changes at The Independent as it moves to a 7-day operation and shares newsroom floor space with the London Evening Standard. Upcoming launch of London Live TV channel will also be closely watched.


Who should attend
Senior News Executives and Top Managers; Editors in Chief & Group Editors; Senior journalists & Digital newsroom specialists

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