After a tough decade, ripples of confidence are returning to the news business. Smart, creative responses to key challenges are yielding results for publishers big and small.
In 2018 the focus is on those rethinking the way they lead, and making a difference.
The programme includes keynotes, Q&As and fireside chats; more, focused sessions; four parallel stages; deep learning; best practices; case studies.
The Global Alliance for Media Innovation is organising a number of sessions around innovation.
Wednesday 6 June – 12:00
Workshop – Creative Strategies for Journalists
Sometimes all you need to be creative is a bit more time. And, that’s exactly what journalists could use more of to discover and examine information sources, using their creative capabilities to their full potential. Get the hands-on tools and techniques to think about your stories more creatively in less time. Very useful for those moments when you don’t have a lot of time or colleagues to brainstorm with. You will go home with new strategies for associating beyond your first instinct. And some new tools that help you keep yourself as creative as you want to be.
There are limited places available, so please sign up!
You will receive a confirmation e-mail with more information closer to the event.
Thursday 7 June – 11:45
GAMI Session – Blockchain: Help, Hype or Disruption?
Thursday 7 June – 17:00
GAMI Session – AI is here. It should be your secret weapon!
Artificial Intelligence (AI) is a perfect antidote to platform chaos and can give media back control in audience relationships. Amid lingering unhappiness over algorithms, AI can bring order and intelligence to your audience relationship. It can also help with some business issues (e.g. Increase efficiency in some work processes).
Friday 8 June – 13:00
LabLunch: Meet and Eat with Innovation Labs
Best practices, projects and lessons learned from innovation labs around the world. Interactive session for all you need to know about media labs: from setting one up in your newsroom to working with start-ups/students/media companies and getting the rest of the organisation involved in the Lab’s work.
For more information, see the official World News Media Congress website.