Peter du Toit , Publisher of Soccer Laduma and Kick Off, talks about the opportunities that will be created for advertisers by the recent addition of Kick Off to the Soccer Laduma stable. Du Toit believes a more efficient system will be created because advertisers will be able to speak in one voice across the newspaper and magazine as well as their digital components.
Reggy Moalusi, editor of Daily Sun, talks about how South Africa’s biggest daily newspaper is responding to changing media consumption and adapting its approach across print and digital. While citizen journalism has always played an important role at the Daily Sun, social media and digital has amplified this and Moalusi has noted an increased curiosity among readers who realise stories need to be told and rely on credible news platforms to get news “out there”, fast.
Jo van Eeden talks about the key shifts for news publishers and how everything has changed, in particular in terms of access to information and immediacy. She discusses the key issue of trustworthiness and fake news. Van Eeden explores power shifts in the news industry and the influence of digital and social media. She gives her opinion about the future of newspapers and speaks about credibility and the curation of news for a specific market, within the context of an overload of information.
Lourens looks at key shifts in the media landscape and how publishers are experimenting with new platforms. News will be around forever, according to Lourens, and it’s about “who is disrupting what”. He mentions NetNuus having recently won a Bookmark Award and discusses how its frequency of return is the highest of any news app.
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