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"All our brands produce video, both through dedicated video people, wired content, and journalists who do video as part of their reporting," says Stephan Granhaug, Executive Vice President Digital, Aller Media AS, Norway.
Want to work at a news startup that starts every day with a "sing-a-long" in the newsroom and espouses "love" of the mission as a crucial key to success? Check out Zetland, the hip startup that is seemingly, and steadily, building a sustainable members-only, ad-free news business in Denmark.
If you think the step from print to digital was challenging, prepare yourself: The next leap for publishing and journalism is far bigger, more complex, and more exciting. It’s about going from one-size-fits-all journalism to 1:1 journalism, says Espen Sundve, VP Product Management at Schibsted,...
The presidential election in France could serve as an opportunity to restore trust in media, as a new study reveals the majority of readers is counting on news outlets to supply them with verified information. And news organisations across the country are gearing up to do just that.
This post presents a collection of great journalism that might serve as a source of inspiration to find original stories, to innovate in how to tell them, or to find a thread to develop a fresh angle. This is a list of winning stories and individuals drawn from 16 major global or regional...
The Golden Pen of Freedom is WAN-IFRA's annual award recognising individuals or organisations that have made an outstanding contribution to the defence and promotion of press freedom.