Mission 21: students crashed stereotypes blogging, tweeting from Poland

July 2, 2011 by · 2 Comments 

Mission 21: Students from City University London came to Poland to test it before Euro 201221 journalism students from City University London went to Poland and saw things they had not expected to see. Poles followed their expedition closely in social and traditional media and they were surprised as well. The editors of Gazeta Wyborcza could not believe they had not got any e-mails or letters. There was a mission of surprises. Read more

Junior Media platform will help Polskapresse reach young readers

November 3, 2010 by · 2 Comments 

Polskapresse, one of Poland’s largest regional dailies publisher has just started an innovative project on Polish market – Junior Media. The project is addressed to the youngest readers – school pupils and students who engage in creating small school-community newspapers. Read more

Newspapers can help schools to enter the digital age

July 29, 2010 by · Leave a Comment 

Photo illustration by Demotywatory.plToday’s pupils are the first generation that does not remember the world before the Internet revolution. But our schools got stuck in the “chalk age”. What newspapers can do about it? Read more

Newspaper challenged by an amateur blogger

July 28, 2010 by · Leave a Comment 

Flood in Kozanow, a district of Wroclaw, May 2010. Photo by Asia, a reader of a blog Wroclawzwyboru.blox.plPoland’s Gazeta Wyborcza believes it helps to build an open society by providing platforms for debates and inspiring readers concerned with a common good. Sometimes readers take an opportunity and start competing with their own newspaper. Read more

Extra Bladet: Never forget about young readers

October 13, 2009 by · 3 Comments 

Danish newspaper Extra Bladet Young readers are now the real future of newspapers and online operations of news publishers. Louise Abildgaard Grøn, Project Manager of Educational Relations in Danish „Ekstra Bladet” knows a lot about it, as she leads the project called Redaktionen – an internet-based editorial platform where schools produce their own newspaper. Next week, she will be telling the participants of INMA Outlook 2010 conference, about how to connect to the future readers. Today, she answers few questions exclusively for Forum4Editors. Enjoy the read! Read more

Poland’s Gazeta Wyborcza awarded by WAN

October 16, 2008 by · Leave a Comment 

The World Association of Newspapers announced Poland’s daily, Gazeta Wyborcza, the Newspaper of the Year in the 2008 World Young Reader Prize. Read more

How Ouest-France attracts young readers

October 12, 2008 by · 2 Comments 

Herve Barbot, Marketing Research & Development Manager at Ouest-France”When young people get a newspaper at school and they begin to read it, they find a lot of content interesting to them,” believes Herve Barbot, Marketing Research & Development Manager at Ouest-France. Read more

How we got 141,665 photos from readers

September 21, 2008 by · 2 Comments 

School of Photography Masters at Gazeta: a selection of photos submitted by readersHow many photo reporters can you assign to make a portrait of your country? 1? 2? 5? 10? 50? What about 25 thousand? It is possible, we have done it, writes Grzegorz Piechota of Poland’s Gazeta Wyborcza. Read more

What television and the Internet is doing to our kids?

September 19, 2008 by · Leave a Comment 

Do you try to catch young readers and convince them to read a newspaper? Bad news from scientists: the Digital Age can stupefy the youngsters and jeopardize our future. Read more

Young readers, elections and the internet

September 12, 2008 by · Leave a Comment 

Media Management Center's report: From 'Too Much' to 'Just Right': Engaging Millennials in Election News on the WebYoung people often click away from election news online because they feel the sites bombard them with too much information and too many choices. Read more

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