VIDEO: Mobile Journalism 101 with Yusuf Omar
Ever wondered how you can create a video package from your smartphone? Mobile journalist Yusuf Omar takes us through the tricks of the trade to produce quick, quality video content at the 2017 INFORM News Media Summit.
VIDEO: INFORM News Media Summit Highlights Reel
Check out what happened at INFORM News Media Summit 2017!
VIDEO: News media CEO's discuss the big issues
A review of the charters of the ABC and SBS is needed, as the public broadcasters continue to intrude on the digital operations of commercial publishers and broadcasters, according to the consensus of a panel of CEOs at the INFORM Media News Summit.
VIDEO: Nicole Sheffield and Chris Janz on reconstructing publisher business models
Fairfax Media managing director of Australian Metro Publishing Chris Janz and News Corp Australia chief digital officer Nicole Sheffield discussed news media business models and called for improvements at Facebook.
VIDEO: Rachel Botsman on trust in the digital world
In an era of fake news, Rachel Botsman explains why consumer trust in institutions is collapsing and what impact the rise of “distributed trust” will have on brands and media companies.
VIDEO: Yusuf Omar on mobile journalism
Mobile journalist and co-founder of HashtagOurStories, Yusuf Omar, talks about the communicative power social videos have and how mobile journalism is changing the way media organisations are delivering news.
VIDEO: Earl J Wilkinson on future of news brands
What does the current news media environment mean for the future of the industry? The International News Media Association CEO makes his predictions at the INFORM News Media Summit.
VIDEO: Can design draw readers back to print?
Award-winning news media designer, Jacek Utko, discusses how the look of print products can draw back readers at the recent INFORM News Media Summit.
Compensation call after Facebook figures ‘out 94pc’
The antipathy by advertisers towards online ad models, particularly Facebook, has been backed by new research from Nielsen that shows its market reach is up to 94 per cent less than claimed by the social media company.