World Association of News Publishers

Trends in Newsrooms 2010

Trends in Newsrooms 2010


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Welcome to the sixth edition of Trends in Newsrooms, offering summary and analysis of a fascinating year for the news industry. It has been a difficult time for newspaper editors, many of whom have seen shrinking newsrooms and resources. It has also, however, been a period of innovation and hope with new journalistic initiatives and new news reading devices making an appearance.

One notable theme of the past year is cooperation among different players in the industry. Former rivals have accepted that this crisis means that standing alone might not be an option any more, and cooperation between different traditional outlets, between old and new media, and even between news providers and their readers has been frequent.

Trends in Newsrooms hopes to offer you information on all of these issues and more, based on the work of the team of our daily publication Please follow us there for up to date information on all the latest media trends.

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