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Line-up DCX & IFRA 2019

Here you can find the provisional line up of DCX & IFRA. The full agenda is upcoming soon.

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Conference Stage
08.10.2019
16:30 - 17:30
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8 – 9 October 2019, Messe Berlin, Hall 21 Berlin Publishing Days on 7 & 10 October
  • Carl-Gustav Lindén

    Moderation: Carl-Gustav Lindén

    Affiliated Researcher

    WAN-IFRA

  • Gary Rogers

    Gary Rogers

    Editor-in-Chief

    RADAR

  • Li L’Estrade

    Li L’Estrade

    Head of content development

    Mittmedia

Conference Stage
08.10.2019
16:30 - 17:30
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News automation

  • 16:30 - 17:00 | Gary Rogers,
    Editor-in-Chief, RADAR

    Reporters with superpowers

    How the use of automation tools enabled journalists to build a new type of news agency. To counter conventional wisdom about so called ‘robot reporters’ and examine how AI can provide journalists with a tool kit to amplify their work.



  • 17:00 - 17:30 | Li L’Estrade
    Head of content development, Mittmedia

    The power of automated content in a news room

    MittMedia in Sweden has been at the forefront of embracing and experimenting with producing automated news. As the head of content development, Li L'Estrade has played an integral role in MittMedia's work with news automation and will share how the publisher is making the most of its cooperation with United Robots and the possibilities for the future.

  • Topic: Content Creation & Production

    Moderation: Carl-Gustav Lindén

    Associate Professor Carl-Gustav Lindén researches AI and journalism as well as news media business models. He works at University of Helsinki in Finland, Södertörn University in Stockholm and Nordicom, University of Gothenburg. He is also a researcher in the H2020 project EMBEDDIA embeddia.eu. Lindén is co-author of the WAN-IFRA report News Automation The rewards, risks and realities of 'machine journalism'

    Gary Rogers

    Gary Rogers is the co-founder and Editor-in-Chief of RADAR, a news agency that combines data journalism and automation to produce local news stories at scale for the UK market. Gary began his career in local newspapers but spent most of it in broadcast as a senior editor at the BBC and ITN. Immediately prior to RADAR, he was a media consultant for 10 years, guiding news start-ups and re-structuring newsroom operations.

    Li L’Estrade

    Li L'Estrade is the head of content development at Sweden's local media company Mittmedia with 28 local news papers. She launched Mittmedias paid content strategy in 2016. Wich content their readers want to read and buy is her speciality and has been her totaly focus the last five years. Li is leading a team with content developers and analysts and works close to the news rooms.
    Li has also developed robot journalism and the automated articles generates great value for both existing and new subscribers and helps the journalists to focus on the unique stories.
    Li has many years of experience as a sports journalist, news editor, coordinator and the last years with digital development.

     

    Moderation: Carl-Gustav Lindén

    Affiliated Researcher

    WAN-IFRA

    Gary Rogers

    Editor-in-Chief

    RADAR

    Li L’Estrade

    Head of content development

    Mittmedia

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