Digital Transition in the Newsroom

Digital Transition in the Newsroom


Facing major changes, most of the traditional media organisations have started deep changes in the way of doing journalism, of interacting with their audience, in the method of producing and broadcasting news contents, in the structure of the newsroom, and in the evolution of skills.

This self-paced course will attempt to go through important key points and to give ideas to engage with the right basis in this systemic (r)evolution.

CLOSING DATE

December 31, 2022

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