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Scroll’s ambition is to replace bad online experiences with great ones while funding journalism.
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With 2018 Asia Artist Awards taking place in Incheon on November 28, Reuters is excited to see its new partner StarNews Korea report live from the event.
You can feel the struggle of the journalist who, after hours carefully crafting an article, had to trawl stock image databases – only to find a generic and tired picture. But it does not have to be this way.
Is it possible to make fashion publishing that is distinctively different and suited to particular audiences?
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Voice-activated speakers such as Amazon, Alexa and Google Assistant, are growing faster than the smartphone and tablets at a similar stage. Find out how these devices and assistants being used and what is the potential for news.
This year marks significant changes for the media landscape. How will platforms respond to rising criticism in an era of misleading information and increased distrust in the media?