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  • November 4, 2016 Experience tomorrow: Start-up tours around Copenhagen!

    News Xchange delegates may now register for the Greater Copenhagen Private Innovation Tours, visiting sights, research hubs and startups in Copenhagen, all pushing new boundaries for innovation.

    Arriving on Tuesday? Great! We have two tours available. Staying for the weekend? Also great! We have an outstanding Friday option, as well!

    On Tuesday 29 November and on Friday 2 December, bookending the News Xchange conference, you may join one of three tours that will show you why Copenhagen has earned its reputation as one of the greenest, smartest, most creative and liveable cities.

    Sign up if you want to experience tomorrow’s smart city solutions, learn about what advanced quantum computing can benefit your life or meet rising Danish media startups, pushing new ways to collaborate, publish and create content.

    It is free to join the tours, but registration is on a first come, first served basis, and space is limited and open exclusively to registered News Xchange delegates. 

    See more and register at:

    www.greatercph.com/innovation-tours

     

     

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  • October 26, 2016 Five more weeks until we meet in Copenhagen for News Xchange 2016!

    Five more weeks until we meet in Copenhagen for News Xchange 2016!

    We are delighted to announce that Aftenposten Editor-in-Chief and CEO, Espen Egil Hansen, will be speaking at News Xchange.

    As you know, Espen recently made headlines around the world when he wrote an open letter to Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg about the social network's insistence that an iconic news photo -- Associated Press photographer Nick Ut's photo of a naked young woman fleeing napalm bombs. That photo is one that changed the history of warfare. Facebook's algorithm, however, was unable to distinguish between war photography and child pornography, to borrow from Espen's letter.

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  • September 26, 2016 Can one of India’s largest legacy newsrooms become 100% mobile?

    Two journalists from Spotlight, The Boston Globe’s Pulitzer prize-winning investigative team, will deliver a News Xchange keynote.

    Investigative journalists Jenn Abelson and Jenna Russell will lift the lid on how the Spotlight team's work on two stories (sexual misconduct at exclusive American prep schools, and the failures of the mental health care system and resulting tragic outcomes) marry journalism's essential missions: great storytelling and committed accountability reporting. Jenn and Jenna will share thoughts on how their newspaper’s success illuminates an exciting forward path for media outlets. 

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  • September 26, 2016 Pulitzer prize-winning Spotlight team to speak at News Xchange

    Two journalists from Spotlight, The Boston Globe’s Pulitzer prize-winning investigative team, will deliver a News Xchange keynote. Investigative journalists Jenn Abelson and Jenna Russell will lift the lid on how the Spotlight team's work on two stories (sexual misconduct at exclusive American prep schools, and the failures of the mental health care system and resulting tragic outcomes) marry journalism's essential missions: great storytelling and committed accountability reporting.

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  • September 13, 2016 What Nigel Farage will address at News Xchange

    It's the most important question we can ask: Are we out of touch with our audiences and, if so, what can we do about it? That's how NX16 will open this year. In a session produced by BBC News, DR and News Xchange, keynote speaker Nigel Farage, British politician, current leader of the UK Independence Party (UKIP) and a driving force behind the Brexit vote, will tell us what he believes we're getting wrong and why. Together with session moderators Nick Robinson of the BBC and Tine Gotzsche of DR, we'll broaden the discussion to look at the emergence of both right- and left-wing political voices across Europe, the Trump Effect and the increasing polarization of agendas. Where does media fit in all of this?

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  • April 18, 2016 Important dates for your diaries

    Our registration and our hotel booking systems will open on 16 May, 2016. Right around the corner... Click on the link to find out more about the important dates for your diaries.

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  • March 10, 2016 News Xchange 2016 announced...!

    News Xchange 2016 - the single most important event for the leaders and innovators of the news industry -- will take place in Copenhagen, Denmark, on 30 November - 1 December.

    For the first time digital, print and broadcast media will convene and exchange content and business strategies for this crucial time of news journalism.

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  • October 20, 2015 Raring to go for Rio 2016

    This News Xchange much of the focus is understandably upon the reporting of the constantly evolving situation in Syria as well as the growing migrant and refugee crisis in Europe. Operating from challenging and unpredictable parts of the world are part of the bread and butter of most large news organisations. But, while day to day editorial focuses on the news at hand, long term planning for major set-piece events is a vital part of the news process. 

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  • October 19, 2015 Rethinking Reporting from the Middle East - Parachute Journalism versus Local Knowhow

    Ollie King is the chief programme editor for Channel 4 News. He is co-producing the session “Rethinking Reporting from the Middle East - Parachute Journalism versus Local Knowhow” at News Xchange in Berlin with Al Jazeera's executive producer Hani El Konayyesi. Here he reflects on the dilemma that many foreign correspondents face.

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  • September 24, 2015 #NX15: Making Immersive Interactive Stories Work on Mobile Screens

    At the annual News Xchange conference in Berlin, we’ll discuss the challenges that face us as we tell stories, but also the innovation required to publish our stories. One of the biggest challenges on that agenda continues to be “how to get mobile right”. Finland’s largest newspaper, Helsingin Sanomat, is one news organisation that’s been grappling with just that question - how to deliver content to the  50% of its audience using  small screens whose advertising generates very little revenue. 

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