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Friday, November 24 • 09:40 - 09:55
ICFJ's global survey 2017: state of the tech in newsrooms

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Join Nasr ul Hadi, the Int'l Center for Journalists' (ICFJ) lead Knight Fellow in India, as he shares groundbreaking results of the first survey of the state of digital innovation in newsrooms across the globe. ICFJ conducted this study in 12 languages, with support from Storyful and Google News Lab. Hadi will reveal trends and learnings, leaders and stragglers in the use of technology to harness data, deepen storytelling, engage audiences and monetize content in journalism — based on responses from more than 2,700 newsroom managers and journalists from 130 countries. 

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Jerri Eddings

Senior Program Director, International Center for Journalists
Jerri supervises and implements global programs and serves as editor of the Knight Fellowships thought leadership blog. She has extensive experience in the United States and Africa as a reporter, editor, television producer and director of media capacity building programs.

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Jerri Eddings

Senior Program Director, International Center for Journalists
Jerri supervises and implements global programs and serves as editor of the Knight Fellowships thought leadership blog. She has extensive experience in the United States and Africa as a reporter, editor, television producer and director of media capacity building programs.
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Nasr ul Hadi

Knight Fellow, India Program Lead, International Center for Journalists
​​Nasr​ ​ul​ ​Hadi​​ leads the ​​​​​​​International Center for Journalists' (ICFJ)​​ Knight Fellows in India. Hadi's own focus is “culture hacking” in editorial teams to encourage sustainability, scalability and replicability of data-led news workflows. He has been a speaker and trainer on digital-led newsroom innovation at leading industry conferences... Read More →


Friday November 24, 2017 09:40 - 09:55
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