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Embrace change to drive media innovation

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Professor and media critic Jay Rosen joined us to discuss why employees need to embrace change in order to build a culture of innovation.

Make room for design in your content strategy

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Industry veteran and consultant Mario García sat down with us ​to explain why news and content designers have become more important as new technologies have emerged.

What does “innovation” mean to you?

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According to media researcher and consultant Fergus Pitt, reacting to change is a constant in today’s society. We talked with him about how news organizations can get a step ahead.

Becoming a “tech-literate” journalist

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ProPublica journalist Julia Angwin shares her thoughts on why stories with data resonate more strongly with audiences.

The role of research in journalism

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​We spoke with the director of the Tow Center for Digital Journalism at Columbia University about how research can answer some really important questions for news organizations.​

Finding a “rare breed” of journalists

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The global news editor of Storyful explains why journalists and technologists need to have interest in each other’s fields in order to create a culture of innovation.

Finding the tools to improve journalism

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The director of digital news projects at The Washington Post answers why he thinks it’s important that media and technology companies work together.

Exclusive: Times CEO talks newsroom innovation

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​​The president and CEO of The New York Times Co. provides insights into the strategy of his company and how the Times is bringing people from different backgrounds together to better position it for the future.​

Managing the rise of social channels

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​The co-founder and CEO of NewsWhip explains how increasing amounts of information being shared via social is making it more difficult for companies to understand how their target audiences are communicating.

Developing products for a changing market

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A product director for The Associated Press describes how the increasing pace of industry changes has altered his team’s approach to bringing products to market.

Culture of innovation “not enough” in media

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​A principal researcher at Microsoft Research describes what a culture of innovation means to her and raises questions she thinks media companies should be asking themselves.