Unveiling the Newsroom of Tomorrow
The media landscape in 2023 is undergoing a remarkable transformation driven by a fusion of technology, creativity, and innovation.
The decision to publish "The Newsroom of Tomorrow" reflects our ambition to summarise these processes and make predictions for the future. In doing so, we aim to contribute to the ongoing dialogue about the future shape of media and invite you to join us on this exciting journey of exploration and anticipation.
From the digital corridors of Swedish Radio's audio-first strategy to the revolutionary Polygon platform at SPIEGEL Tech Lab, we want to showcase to you some of the most exciting tools, products, and technologies that are redefining the way journalists work and produce news. They all result from Autentika's conversations with media experts and practitioners and the relationships we have established with prominent European titles.
Let’s navigate this sea of media innovation together and chart a course towards a more informed and connected future.
What will you find in "The Newsroom of Tomorrow"?
Section 1: Technology innovations in media organizations
SPIEGEL Tech Lab, the innovation arm of the SPIEGEL group, introduces Polygon—a cloud-based CMS and delivery platform that streamlines content creation and delivery while exploring the integration of AI into journalism.
Swedish Radio, a pioneer in the media industry, is reimagining its editorial ecosystem. By unifying back-office systems and adopting an audio-first approach, they treat news clips like curated playlists, enabling rapid responses to breaking news and increased engagement through personalised experiences.
Wirtualna Polska, a leader in Polish media, is rewriting the playbook showing improved publishing workflow with raw numbers.
Kontinentalist, a Singapore-based data journalism company, developed an in-house CMS that facilitates collaborative data storytelling. Now, Kontinentalist is preparing to launch Lapis, a tool aimed at democratising data journalism by enabling real-time collaboration.
Section 2: AI enters the newsroom
Gaute Kokkvoll, Head of Product at Factiverse, reports on the Factiverse AI Editor, an innovative product designed to help newsrooms distinguish fact from fiction and base their reports on credible sources.
Lars Adrian Giske, project manager and web content editor at iTromsø, tells us how a local newspaper successfully uses artificial intelligence (AI) to provide readers with stories that capture the interest of the community.
Autentika introduces our AI-based concepts for newsrooms. We have developed over 25 features that can be implemented in your CMS and make your journalists’ lives easier.
Maciej Klepacki, CEO of Burda Media Polska, discusses the challenges and opportunities of AI, and shares what tools Burda is already using to streamline journalists' work.
Mili Semlani from E27 shares her personal experience of integrating AI into the newsroom's daily workflows.
Section 3: Newsroom Analytics
Rutger Verhoeven, a founder of smartocto – a revolutionary tool in newsroom analytics designed to empower journalists discusses the state of editorial analytics and highlights smartocto features that make editors' lives easier.
Janis Kitzhofer from Axel Springer and Bent Steeg Larsen and Mikkel Stampe Davidsen from Politiken share their best practices on newsroom analytics.
Yves Van Dooren says how Mediahuis democratised the data and made it the basis for real-time decision-making and future publications.
Finally, in the last section, Jowita Michalska predicts the future of journalism and the tools journalists will use, such as AR/VR.
Let "The Newsroom of Tomorrow" also be our commitment to stay at the forefront of technological innovation in the media industry. If you want to share your innovation or discuss digital transformation plans, contact us.