The newsroom after MeToo: What’s changed, what has not, and what your newsroom can do
Publishers and content creators have been focused on ads and paywalls to monetize content. But emerging alternatives include licensing of stories, paid newsletters, and narrated audio as a way to extend the lifetime value of content and find alternate revenue streams.
Gone are the days of homogenous, hyper-competitive and opaque newsroom environments; for media outlets to survive today, they must modernize and adapt to a new, savvy audience.
Using systems thinking to unpack entrenched power dynamics in election coverage and identify creative opportunities to build agency among voters.
The simple-to-use tools to deliver spatial and first-person storytelling to your audience
Most of the tim the people who show up to “diversity panels” aren’t those with power to make real change in their newsrooms—it’s the choir. Let’s target and reach out to executive leadership, and other folks with hiring power, in advance of the conference.
Trust is unique to each organization, but you can learn a lot about building it from others, in similar situations, who can help tailor trust strategies in one-on-one mentorship relationships.
This session focuses on the digital divide’s impact on the lack of diversity in the digital media and how it can be addressed.
How to effectively create live news events that promote your organization’s work while keeping the central focus on the needs of communities most directly affected by the reporting.
How a group of independent journalists documented the most comprehensive database of mass graves in Mexico