Interview video with George Brock, journalist, author, media expert by Ioana Straeter Question 1. You have a very long “love story” with journalism. Would you like to tell us where does your love for news media come from? Question 2. News business and journalism are… Read More »Interview with George Brock in 7 videos
We had the great pleasure to interview George Brock, journalist, author, media expert about the opportunities that news media has in the digital age.
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You’d have to be a very sour individual not to be happy at the news that Google, and now, after a brief Mexican (Australian?) standoff, Facebook will be putting hand in pocket to pay for news content.
“En fait, je constate très souvent dans les sociétés de médias que les gens ont peur. Ils ont peur de changer leurs produits, ils ont peur de changer les expériences autour de leurs produits”
In times of health crisis where benchmarks are disrupted, publishers and media managers are more than ever in search of best practices, exchanges with their peers to react quickly and well.
Interview exclusive avec Edward Roussel, Directeur de l’Innovation du groupe Dow Jones, société mère du Wall Street Journal qui nous explique son rôle, ses projets, ses négociations avec les géants de la technologie et sur sa vision de l’avenir des médias.
Interview with Edward Roussel, Chief Innovation Officer, Dow Jones, parent company of The Wall Street Journal about his role, his projects and negotiations with the tech giants, about his vision for the future of news media David Sallinen. What is your role within the Dow… Read More »Edward Roussel imagines the products of tomorrow
We spoke with Edward about his role within the Dow Jones and Wall Street Journal, about his projects and negotiations with the tech giants, about his vision for the future of news media.
With developments in Australia having turned to drama, and the relationships between Google, Facebook, Microsoft and the press being radically redefined, it is tempting to see technology and media as two opposing combatants; conflicting, competing, and locked in a boxers’ clinch. It is becoming clear, however, that the relationship between technology giants and the media does not have to be a zero sum game where only one side can win.