The Mobile-First Newsroom

Presented at London15: Mobile
March 5, 2015
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Newsrooms increasingly are moving to mobile-first, but approaches for staffing and structure are radically different. Journalists, editors, designers and product leaders need to learn to work together, considering how users will want to experience content on a mobile device. Our experts discuss how their newsrooms have approached these challenges, and how they measure success.


Featuring

Subhajit Banerjee
Mobile Editor, Condé Nast International
Patty Michalski
Managing Editor, Digital/Mobile/Social, USA TODAY
Steve Herrmann
Editor, The BBC
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