Author Archives: Simon Hinde

The death of the 500-word article?

On Tuesday I spoke at an event on the future of Journalism at a London creative agency called Protein. With me on the panel were Julian March of ITV (shortly to head to New York as seniorVP of NBC), Luke … Continue reading

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Journalists not welcome

Journalists don’t always get along with the people they write about: to some extent it’s our job not to do so. ¬†We’re paid to be objective, to report what the public wants and needs to know and that can involve … Continue reading

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Why journalists need tech

The University of Texas conducted an interesting experiment recently, bringing journalism students and students of computer science together to create journalism-related apps and get them into the iPhone App store. It reminds me a bit of the Hack Day activities … Continue reading

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