NewsTECHForum 2023: Adapting To A Culture Of Continuous Crisis

TVNewsCheck’s annual conference exploring the intersections of news and technology, returns on Dec. 12 at the New York Hilton to explore how news organizations are evolving to meet a moment of unprecedented challenges. Speakers from the BBC, AP, E.W. Scripps, CNBC, Tegna, ABC Owned Stations, NBCUniversal Local, Sinclair, Gray Television, CBS News & Stations and more will be featured. Register here.

NewsTECHForum, TVNewsCheck’s annual conference mining the intersections of news and emerging technology, will mark its 10th anniversary on Dec. 12 with a series of panels and fireside chats exploring the theme of Adapting to a Culture of Continuous Crisis.

The event, co-located with Sports Video Group’s Summit at the New York Hilton, features industry leaders from the BBC, AP, E.W. Scripps, CNBC, Tegna, ABC Owned Stations, NBCUniversal Local, Sinclair, Gray Television, CBS News & Stations, Adobe and more.

Featured sessions are:

  • Keynote: Democracy, Technology, TV Journalism and the 2024 Election
  • Adapting to a Culture of Continuous Crisis
  • Reassessing the Streaming News Content Strategy
  • Harvesting the Archive for New Content and Opportunities
  • Building the Architecture of More Collaborative Content Creation
  • Agility in News Production
  • Chasing AI: Threatening or Enhancing the News?

“This year’s NewsTECHForum gets right to the most urgent issue facing news organizations today—how to handle bigger stories coming at far greater velocity than ever with thinner, more stressed resources to do so,” said Michael Depp, chief content officer at NewsCheckMedia and TVNewsCheck’s editor.

“Each session this year takes the measure of the current news climate and how leading organizations have taken successful, incremental steps to adapt to it,” Depp said. “Those solutions come from a combination of emerging technology — including the controversial adoption of generative AI — and evolving management of people and workflows.”

Register here.


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Wjbcast says:

October 17, 2023 at 10:57 am

I’m not sure what category to choose in the “Register As” prompt of the registration form for the NewsTechForm 2023. I am a former TV News journalist who now teaches broadcast and digital news at a university. I am confident I will benefit from the forum. Please advise.
Thank you!

Kathy Haley says:

October 23, 2023 at 8:36 am

Hello, WJBcast: Please do register as a qualified end user and your registration will be free. We look forward to seeing you and hearing from you at NewsTECHForum 2024.