What We Learned About "News, and Beyond"

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[Topic Series: News, and Beyond]

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What used to be a single category of content - "news" - has morphed into at least two areas of concern:

  • Current awareness
  • In-depth research.

These areas sometimes overlap but often have very different sources, requirements and objectives.

Get the highlights from the recent FreePint Topic Series "News, and Beyond", including:

  • Why suppliers are raising prices
  • How the marketplace has fundamentally changed, regardless of which supplier(s) you are using
  • What risks you face when you move the conversation about news from "what?" to "why?", and how to manage those risks effectively.

This 20-minute session is presented by FreePint's Director of Research, Robin Neidorf, and offers practical questions you can take back to your desk to assess your position and strategy with regard to news, now and in the future.

Open to all; no FreePint Subscription required.

Multiple dates:

  • Monday 2nd March at 15:00 (GMT)
  • Monday 2nd March at 23:00 (GMT)
  • Tuesday 3rd March at 19:00 (GMT)
  • Wednesday 11th March at 17:00 (GMT)
  • Thursday 12th March at 10:30 (GMT)
  • Thursday 12th March at 20:30 (GMT)

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