I was fortunate to have the opportunity to speak at the 22nd newsrewired conference hosted at Reuters last month, where I spoke about the research I have undertaken over the past couple of years on the state of local newspapers – and local media – in the US.
The talk recapped studies (an online survey and landscape report) co-written with Dr. Christopher Ali, for the Tow Center for Digital Journalism at Columbia University, as well as a study into local journalism in the Pacific Northwest supported by the Agora Journalism Center at the University of Oregon.
Below I’ll post my slides and the audio from the session. And here’s a few links to some of the other coverage around the talk and my involvement in this excellent event.
Write-ups and other links
- journalismnews: The state – and future – of US local newspapers (audio from the newsrewired event in London, UK, on 11 July 2018), 19 July 2018
- journalism.co.uk: Catch up on newsrewired, our 22nd digital journalism conference, 19 July 2018
- newsrewired.com: What newspapers in the UK can learn from US media, 12 July 2018
- Newsrewired.com: Learn from US local media and understand the value of long reads at newsrewired on 11 July, 05 June 2018