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News Xchange will take place in Paris, France from 20 - 21 November 2019. News Xchange is an annual conference for the international news industry.
News Xchange will take place in Amsterdam, The Netherlands from 15 - 16 November 2017.
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From Fran Unsworth, BBC's Director of News and Current Affairs.
Some criticise our election coverage by focusing on a couple of mistakes, says BBC news chief, Fran Unsworth
[REPORT] #NX19: “AI can support journalistic value". "It is a very good tool to analyze huge amount of data in a way no human can do” - Maike Olij and Atte Jääskeläinen shared their report on the effects of AI on society and journalism.
[REPORT] #NX19: @MaikeOlij and @attesakari provide insight on how to make a real difference with #AI, and how to use it well: responsibly, ethically, powerfully.
#NX19: Bonjour! Day two of our News Xchange conference gets underway with a focus on society and journalism. Don’t forget to join the conversation using the #NX19 hashtag.
It’s day two of News Xchange. We’ll continue to unpack the most challenging world issues as they affect the worlds of news and journalism. We’re looking for answers, but even more importantly, we’re looking for insights and for wisdom. Join the conversation using #NX19
#ICYMI: During #NX19 we announced that the 19th annual News Xchange conference will be held in Vienna, Austria 🇦🇹 in the year 2020. We hope to see you all there! #NX20
[BEHIND-THE-SCENES] #NX19: We are so grateful for our amazing team working behind the scenes to bring you another fantastic News Xchange conference taking place in the beautiful city of #Paris. 🇫🇷
#NX19: Now that day one of News Xchange is in the bag, we spoke to an attendee and this is what he had to say about the conference so far...
#NX19: “I’m really enjoying the conference so far. It’s enlightening” says a delegate attending our #NewsXchange conference in Paris, France.
Have we been too out-of-touch to win the trust of younger audiences? Does #ClimateChange coverage with context & depth offer traditional media an opportunity to (re)gain a level of trust we might not have thought possible? These were some of the conversations on day one of #NX19.
[PANEL] #NX19: There is a new sense of urgency around environment and climate reporting. The Guardian now talks of
climate crisis and global heating. Over 350 media outlets have signed up to the Covering Climate Now initiative to create an urgent reboot of climate reporting. And dozens of major media including AFP have announced new pivots putting the future of the planet at the heart of coverage.
#NX19: As the world prepares for the next US election against a backdrop of increasingly polarized politics, impeachment threats and public distrust; how do we get it right journalistically and tell the story in ways audiences can separate fact from noise?
#NX19: Congratulations to 'The Top Story' reality television show that features an investigative reporting competition for journalism students & has a documented impact on the media literacy of its audience. They received a silver award in the News/Media Literacy Award category.
#NX19: Congratulations to The Student View, a national project that teaches media literacy by first having students learn how to do news, for winning The News/Media Literacy Award category of the prize.
#NX19: Congratulations to Beyond Parkland who won the Journalism Award category of the 2019 Global Youth & News Media Prize for their project called “Since Parkland", commemorating the one-year anniversary of the killing of 17 students & staff at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Feb 2018.
#NX19: Who is Gen Z? Who is the audience of tomorrow? For the first time in history, young people can document their lives and share texts and images of their own making with millions of potential readers and viewers around the world. Being young is no longer a barrier to fully participating in the media. This is changing how news is consumed and produced and who has the potential to make headlines. Kate Eichhorn, cultural and media studies professor at the New School for Social Research, author of the new book, The End of Forgetting unpacked this.
#NX19: "We have to strike a balance between news stories, such as on impeachment, and the big stories of our time, such as climate change and healthcare" - Sam Feist from CNN during the 'Public Disconnect' panel discussion.
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News Xchange will take place in Paris, France on 20/21 November. News Xchange is an annual conference for the international news industry.