More 21st century newsroom ideas: the Google Newsroom

More 21st century newsroom ideas: the Google Newsroom

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The Google Newsroom Here’s a new contribution to the ‘Model for a 21st Century Newsroom’ concept: the Google Newsroom, by Benoît Raphaël. Based on his experience as editor in chief at Le Post, Raphael makes a number of salient points about reorganising the newsroom in a digital age. He suggests...
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