Friday June 5, 2020

Media Matters: Innovation holds the key to industry's survival

Traditional media needs to reinvent how it serves up its journalism, writes Colette Sexton

19th July, 2016
There's an appetite for real journalism Pic: Shutterstock

Fellow journalists, news anoraks and fans of the truth – all is not lost.

But I am just back from the Centre of Investigative Journalism’s summer school at Goldsmiths, University of London and I am feeling inspired, and more importantly, hopeful for the future of the industry.

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