Solutions journalism: who is using it - and why
Can upbeat news which delivers solutions to our problem supplant "if it bleeds, it leads"? Maybe - it's certainly proved lucrative for some publishers.
News on Smart Speakers: are voice interfaces viable for journalism?
Are smart speakers the next frontier for journalism - and is there any money to be made there? A panel of speakers at the March 2018 news:rewired explored the potential — and the challenges.
New business models for journalism
Journalism needs a new business model. Hell, it need many new models. Here's a bunch of them from news:rewired
Local Journalism: breaking out of the London bubble
Local journalism is in trouble in the UK - there's no disputing that. What can the big national sites do to help?
Rouven Leuener: Paygates not Paywalls for supporting journalism
For all the praise heaped on the NYT, its paywall model won't work for smaller audiences. Switzerland's NZZ is trying something more sophisticated.
Analytics for Journalists: some further reading
I’ve just finished* running a workshop on analytics for journalists at news:rewired this afternoon. Here’s a selection
Google's papery message to #newsrw
Not entirely sure what message the Google News Lab is sending by giving news:rewired attendees a paper notebook…
news:rewired: the open, crowd-sourced, interactive jargon drinking game
A digital journalism jargon drinking game for attendees of the news rewired conference.
news:rewired - Startup culture in a big broadcaster
How do you bring start-up thinking to a traditional broadcaster? That’s what Stijn Lehaen set out to explain in