Keeping it Together When the Newsroom is Everywhere

Presented at ONA16
September 17, 2016
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Technology is only half the battle in managing a staff and workflow across time zones, languages, physical space and geographic boundaries. We’ll talk with newsroom managers who are successfully working with remote teams about how to handle communication, scheduling and staying cutting-edge when you can’t even get everyone into a meeting room.

Video follow up with presenter Anika Anand:


Speakers

Rebecca Eisenberg
Senior Editor, Upworthy
Nasr Ul Hadi
ICFJ Knight Fellow - India, International Center for Journalists
Mandy Jenkins
Head of News, Storyful
Additional Reading

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