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Journalism.co.uk news editor Rachel McAthy and technology correspondent Sarah Marshall bring you the latest news about media developments in the UK and around the world.

Journalism.co.uk news editor Rachel McAthy and technology correspondent Sarah Marshall bring you the latest news about media developments in the UK and around the world.
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Journalism.co.uk news editor Rachel McAthy and technology correspondent Sarah Marshall bring you the latest news about media developments in the UK and around the world.

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English


Episodes

How the Guardian commissions access-driven documentaries

12/7/2018
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Head of documentaries Charlie Phillips explains what the publisher looks for in a pitch, and how it aims to publish a range of evergreen content

Duration:00:12:54

LISTEN: Are bots better at understanding their audience than human journalists?

11/30/2018
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Talking to a machine can feel safer as readers do not have to fear judgement or backlash. But there may be hidden dangers in trusting bots too much

Duration:00:13:15

The Financial Times shows the interactive capabilities of smart speakers with new audio documentary

11/22/2018
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Take a look at 'Hidden Cities: Berlin', the interactive audio experience immersing audiences in stories about Berlin

Duration:00:08:33

The Correspondent promises English-speaking audiences an 'antidote' to breaking news

11/16/2018
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In this week’s podcast, Rob Wijnberg, founder, De Correspondent, talks about how their $2.5m crowdfunding campaign to launch an English language version aims to bring their audiences a true understanding of news, rather than reporting on the recent and immediate

Duration:00:15:06

'The foundation for further digital transformation has been laid' – A look back on the expansion of the BBC World Service

11/1/2018
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Dmitry Shishkin, digital editor, Languages, BBC World Service, explains what his team has achieved, and the lessons he learned along the way

Duration:00:13:47

Why The Independent’s latest subscription model is not your average paywall

10/26/2018
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In this week’s podcast Christian Broughton, editor, The Independent, discusses why Independent Minds rewards brand loyalty with exclusive ‘treats’ — and why he thinks readers will pay for it

Duration:00:12:10

How BBC Africa Eye used open-source tools to debunk myths around that video of murder in Cameroon

10/19/2018
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"We went back to the basics of journalism – where did it happen, when did it happen, and who was responsible?"

Duration:00:11:06

Newsrewired sneak peak podcast: audience growth, AI, Gen Z, fake news, and online communities

10/12/2018
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A glimpse behind the curtain of our upcoming newsrewired conference on 7 November with speakers from Vogue International, Press Association and News With Friends

Duration:00:09:43

Follow This: How Buzzfeed are covering internet cultures and communities on Netflix

10/11/2018
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Buzzfeed pair Bim Adewunmi and Jess Harrop discuss how their ‘docu-series’ Follow This are reaching audiences at home and on-the-go in 20 minute chunks

Duration:00:11:24

International podcast day special: seven great journalism podcasts you need to listen to this weekend

9/28/2018
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This week we are marking the date by montaging those who cover journalism news and broader topics in audio format with innovation

Duration:00:22:59

'From the street to the boardroom': How Reuters’ Africa Journal produces ‘mobile-friendly’ stories on Africa

9/21/2018
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Upon Africa Journal’s launch this week, editor Serena Chaudhry discusses how rapid mobile growth and multiple identities shape soundbite storytelling

Duration:00:08:41

How collaborative podcast The Secret History of the Future aims to bring US audiences to The Economist

9/14/2018
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The Economist’s Tom Standage talks about their ten-part podcast partnership with US-based Slate and working across The Atlantic Ocean

Duration:00:09:38

'Alexa, what's the news?': How Flash Briefings can help you reach wider audiences

9/7/2018
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Social media and digital producer Peter Stewart explains what the short, on demand audio clips can offer you and your listeners

Duration:00:12:50

Straight out of university? Check out this advice for post-graduate journalism jobseekers

8/31/2018
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In this week's podcast, we speak to a range of guests to round up their tips for remaining upbeat once you have graduated

Duration:00:21:59

'It’s Gone Viral': can big publishers learn from an online video startup?

8/24/2018
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Ryan Williams left his job in IT to chase a career in viral videos, social media and entertainment news. Two years on, his three-man startup has two million Facebook followers thanks to the right digital strategy

Duration:00:11:34

How Overcapture can help journalists get the perfect shot in breaking news situations

8/17/2018
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Sarah Redohl, new media journalist, explains how reporters can use this technique to help them become more productive out in the field

Duration:00:14:21

Why two African university students organised their own conference to teach their peers about mobile journalism

8/7/2018
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Marvin Gakunyi and Emmanuel Yegon have also designed their own web platform to host stories shot on smartphones

Duration:00:07:14

So you want to start a podcast? Key tips about the podcasting market

8/2/2018
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Here is the latest research into the online audio market

Duration:00:18:28

Closed groups and social networks: Are journalists missing out?

7/26/2018
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The BBC's Mark Frankel shares highlights from his research on this little-understood beat

Duration:00:14:58

BBC launches weekly news programme to give young people in Africa a voice

7/18/2018
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What's New? will provide teenagers across the continent with the news and current affairs that matter to them

Duration:00:12:27