World Association of News Publishers

Trends in Newsrooms 2011

Trends in Newsrooms 2011


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The Trends in Newsrooms report is the annual review from the World Editors Forum of best practices in major newsrooms, along with innovations in the field of journalism. The comprehensive report is inspired by and based on our daily online publication, the Editors Weblog (, which tracks global developments in the news industry.

As news becomes accessible on an ever-increasing number of devices, the traditional role of an editor, which has, of course, been to edit a newspaper, is continuously changing. Editors in the future will inevitably have to be direct their time more towards multimedia and the rest of the digital world. This in turn means that editors must be highly focused on innovation and on the business side of the media. However, they must make sure that their core responsibility of ensuring high quality, relevant content remains a top priority.

Trends in Newsrooms summarises developments in key areas of the newsroom, and offers advice, in-depth case studies and interviews with editors around the world. 

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Brian Veseling, Emma Heald


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Anton Jolkovski


2011-10-05 12:31

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