Join this webinar to learn more about:
- The future of newsrooms: Media leaders share their predictions on the year ahead and the changes that will stick around into the future
- Innovation in the newsroom: Learn how the pandemic and velocity of news sparked creativity and experimentation
- Adapting with new technology: Understand how to utilize new technologies for pitching, assigning and publishing workflows and reaching audiences with digital media, video, and podcast content
- Live Q&A
Newsrooms and media organizations have had to make swift and seismic changes in the last year to cope with remote working, accelerating news cycles and evolving audience needs.
When you make the newsroom virtual and you have the chance to let people work for you from wherever they are, then it opens a world of possibilities. After a horrible 2020, we are in a position where we can do things differently and get better.
Many of these changes will feed into how they move forward in 2021 and determine the role they fulfill in the years ahead.
In this webinar, leading journalists from Univision, Los Angeles Times and U.S. News & World Report discuss how they adapted in 2020 and how they are continuing to innovate and evolve in 2021.
Their teams have implemented new workflows and found ways to stay in contact with sources, colleagues and audiences without leaving their homes. They have turned to new technologies and formats to tell their stories and developed new ways to engage with their readers.
As the post-pandemic world begins to emerge, what engagement strategies and operational work processes will media organizations retain and how will newsrooms look and feel in the months ahead?
Our panelists explored all these topics and more. So, if you want to hear their views, then check out the webinar.
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