World Association of News Publishers

Trends in Newsrooms 2009

Trends in Newsrooms 2009


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Trends in Newsrooms 2009 contains a wealth of best practices both those that have already proved successful and those extraordinary projects undergoing testing. With the ideas in this report, such as live streaming Web coverage and comprehensive local databases, newsroom executives and journalists around the world are making huge advances in journalism, establishing themselves on solid ground for what, in 2009, appears to be an uncertain future for the medium that traditionally distributes their work.

The World Editors Forum will continue to seek the best that newsrooms have to offer and share them with you. We encourage you to contribute to our research by interacting with us through the Editors Weblog (, our daily online publication covering the monumental changes affecting the newspaper industry. By joining the conversation with newsroom executives around the world, we will ensure that the journalism at the heart of our profession flourishes through even the most difficult times.

WPT/WEF Trends Report
John Burke, Jean-Yves Chainon


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Anton Jolkovski


2011-12-09 14:17

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