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UGC Verification and Moderation – Social Media content without worrying about its reliability

User-generated content offers many opportunities for journalists to report on events without having to be on-site, but there are also risks involved. These start-ups offer potential solutions.

Monetisation – New business models for a changing media landscape

As the ad-based model becomes less resilient for the future, media companies are looking for ways to diversify their revenue sources. These startups offer alternative solutions to monetise your content.

Monetisation – New business models for a changing media landscape

As the ad-based model becomes less resilient for the future, media companies are looking for ways to diversify their revenue sources. These startups offer alternative solutions to monetise your content.

Engagement – Reinvent the relationship you have with your readers

With subscription rates falling, media companies need new ways to connect and interact with their audiences. We’ve found various interesting ways startups propose to do this.

Personalisation – Make more out of your data to better reach your audiences

Media companies are today sitting on a goldmine of data, which is a prime opportunity to sharpen the aim of their product. We’ve come across some interesting solutions.

Lab 351: Innovation-in-a-box approach allows anyone in the company to develop their ideas and entrepreneurial skills

The Globe and Mail encourages all employees in the company to pitch as many innovative ideas as they can even if they are at the back of napkin stage.

AP Innovation: Including everyone in the organisation in the innovation process

The Associated Press is developing a worldwide hub through internal and external innovation efforts to encourage a culture of experimentation and collaboration within the organisation.

Media Lab Day participants go home full of new ideas, contacts and possible partnerships

‘Collaboration’ was the key word at GAMI’s first Media Lab Day in Bordeaux. The heads of media labs repeatedly expressed their wish to work together in the future.

CPN – Content Personalisation Network

The CPN Project is researching and developing an improved personal news offer, enabling economic impact for large and small news publishers. WAN-IFRA’s Global Alliance for Media Innovation has joined the project to connect it with its network of media professionals that could benefit from it.

Hackastory: teaching coders and journalists how to collaborate

Building the future of journalism by organising journalism Hackathons where multidisciplinary teams of designers, coders and journalists work together.