Is Our Need for News What It Used to Be?

Multiple, starting 11th November - 12th November 2014 Subscribe via RSS to get updates as soon as Webinars are added Tweet about this item on Twitter Share on Facebook Share on LinkedIn
[Topic Series: News, and Beyond]

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At one time, the "holy grail" was a single database that could serve all the news-related needs for an enterprise - everything from in-depth, multilingual research to current awareness for disparate user groups. A single supplier, product and contract that could do it all...

Today's organisations are questioning that assumption. The needs of different user groups and parts of the business have diverged. New types of hard-to-aggregate content have become more important. Database providers have changed their collection strategies and pricing models. Users increasingly seek other types of content (such as company or financial information) right alongside their news.

All of these factors have led many information managers to radically rethink their strategies and recommendations for delivering news content into their organisations.

This session will feature active dialogue with information strategists at global organisations on their current thinking and approach to news delivery. We'll talk about projects at every phase of development, from initial questions to implementation of new solutions.

Bring your questions and prepare to come away with real-world thinking about the dramatically changed world of news content delivery and its role in business processes, today and into the future.

Restricted to FreePint Subscribers and registered guests. Included in your FreePint Subscription, but places are limited.

Multiple Dates:

  • Tuesday, 11th November 2014 at 14:00 (GMT)
  • Wednesday, 12th November 2014 at 18:00 (GMT)

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