Video reports on the future of journalism

Press Gazette is planning to launch a series of video webinars focusing on the way technology is changing journalism.

These monthly discussions will feature some of the UK’s leading figures in journalism and technology and will be broadcast live and then archived.

With the tag-line ‘News Ideas’, this series will seek to answer some of the burning questions around the future of journalism such as:

How can we make quality journalism commercially viable online?

Has anyone yet found a content management system which really does seamlessly integrated print and online production?

Is it possible to commercialise a free news website without selling your soul?

What’s the best approach for mobile and tablets: apps, interactive digital magazines, PDF page-turners – or all three?

To find out the answers to all these questions and more, register here to have free access to PGTV – News Ideas:

Latest videos from Press Gazette:

Welsh newspaper renaissance (8/9/2013)

In Press Gazette's first experiment with Google Hangouts On Air, we speak to journalists at two new new local newspapers in Wales.

The Caerphilly Observer is a fortnightly free title which launched in May 2013. We speak to editor Richard Gurner.

And the Pembrokeshire Herald is a weekly with a print-run of 20,000 which launched in July 2013. We speak to sports editor Sam Kurtz.

 

Press Gazette's News on the Move tablet journalism conference presented in association with Google (11 April, 2013)

 

 

More videos looking at the future of journalism:

Sir Harold Evans on Leveson, distortion and the future of journalism (2013 Hugh Cudlipp lecture):

Guardian editor Alan Rusbridger on 'Hacking Away at the Truth' (2011 Orwell Lecture):

David Carr from the New York Times on the future of journalism (2012, from 12 minutes in):

Jon Snow on journalism's new golden age (2011 Cudlipp lecture):

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