What's changing in journalism?

Under the principle "go where the people are," newsrooms are now making stories and features that are fully native to social platforms.One This is easier in the case of chatbots,Two harder when it comes to audio,Three which is just starting to adapt to the social media age. To reach people directly — without platforms in the middle — journalists are doing more with mobile push notificationsFour and reviving the email newsletter.Five Meanwhile, artificial intelligenceSix is becoming part of the work flow, as new forms of storytelling emerge, like drone journalism,Seven virtual reality and 360° video.Eight With technologies and platforms proliferating, news companies have to get much better at UX designNine and make subtler use of metrics,Ten since many of the traditional measures no longer apply. It's time news was reimagined as a service,Eleven and with the discovery that people will pay it, it's time to get smarter about membership models.Twelve