2015’s Tech Trends in Journalism

Presented at ONA15
September 23, 2015
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This popular and perennial session features the 10 trends that will have the biggest impact on journalists this year. Amy Webb will demo never-before-seen prototypes, handouts, betas and other surprises. She’ll also discuss why the trends are important, how they affect newsrooms and how to avoid potential disruption.


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Amy Webb
Founder and Futurist, Future Today Institute
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