The public is very much influenced by the media in regard to what we talk about and what is top of mind. In the same way the media also reflect if a specific topic has reached its peak. And it might look as if the corona pandemic is starting to slow down – at least in the sense of media coverage.
10 years ago, on January 27, 2010, the now deceased Apple founder, Steve Jobs, unveiled the 1st generation of the iPad. At Visiolink we would like to pay homage to an invention that would go on to change the way we consume journalism.
According to a new study from Trygfonden, the traditional news media are considered to be a more trustworthy and important news source than social media. But the encouraging news are overshadowed by the Covid-19 pandemic which is adding pressure to the media industry with the local media and small media houses being particularly threatened by the current crisis.
A new decade has begun, and I'm sure we are all eager to find out what the coming ten years will bring. But before we get all carried away about the future, I would like to take some time to reminisce about a truly eventful decade for the media industry and Visiolink as well.
Visiolink recently invited a group of selected clients to an informal day under the not so informal name - BI Insighters. With a focus on knowledge sharing within the field of Business Intelligence, the represented media houses each presented a case they are/have been working on for great inspiration to the other participants.
In October, WAN-IFRA published their annual industry report World Press Trends 2019. We’ve been reading through it, and in this blog post we highlight the most interesting findings of the report as we see it.
Two weeks has passed since we parted with the Visiolink Customer Advisory Board (VCAB) in Berlin, and we have now had the chance to digest all the valuable inputs from the two inspirational days together.
On Thursday, October 17, Visiolink will once again hit the road and attend a media conference abroad. This time, we will be attending the Lokal & Digital conference in Bergen under the auspices of Norway’s organization for local newspaper’s, Landslaget for lokalaviser (LLA).
Podcasts and narrated articles have already enjoyed great success, and in 2019 we will see more media companies boarding the audio train. Let’s take a look at what all the fuss is about.
Before we all get used to writing 2019, I would like to take a look back on the past year – what went well, and what can we expect from the new year?
This year's Inspirational Tour came to a successful conclusion as it finished off with a well-attended event in Hamburg. Get a video recap of the Copenhagen tour here and start looking forward to next year.
The new iOS app from Schleswig-Holsteinischer Zeitungsverlag, commonly known as SH:Z, is now live and available for download. Get a sneak peek of the app in our video tour and hear what the people from SH:Z has to say about their new app.