Truth and authentication; the frightening world of video fakes Deepfakes are an emerging video threat, catalyzed by advances in machine learning. Reuters synthesized its own deepfake video experiment, building expertise against the dangers. By Giles Crosse, Reuters...read more
Transformation projects require clear job descriptions Does your newsroom have them? By Dietmar Schantin | Mar 6, 2019 It is an uncomfortable fact in many newsrooms that strategic thinkers are valued more than the people who do the heavy lifting...read more
10 ways to become an excellent leader in news [infographic] Does your newsroom have them? By Alexandra Borchardt | Feb 20, 2019 While there is plenty of bad leadership around in all industries, it is safe to say that leadership skills in the...read more
Towards a sustainable model of journalism innovation in an era of perpetual change Julie Posetti, senior research fellow at the Reuters Institute, asks whether the news industry has become too obsessed with technological innovation in the absence of clear,...read more
Reuters video: Getting very personal in 2019 This year we will continue to refine our journalism, with a focus on more character-led stories. By Yann Tessier | Newsroom transformation | Jan 20, 2019 A key editorial objective in 2019 A...read more
How does the Financial Times' product vision help convert online audiences? What’s the FT’s secret for driving online subscriptions? And how do they keep their audiences engaged? Head of Product at the FT.com Gadi Weiszlovits Lahav shares the sacred combination......read more
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