On 13-14 April GEN and Media Today, with the support of the Google News Lab, will gather top newsrooms from South Korea in Seoul for an Editors Lab focused on "Engagement and community building". This is our second Editors Lab in Seoul.
Congratulations to the team from Money Today who won with their prototype Connection!
Special mentions were awarded to the teams from Korea Exposé for their prototype LIT and Kongdole Productions for their video editing prototype News created by reporters and readers. Kongdole also won the Public Choice vote.
Theme: Engagement and community building
How can newsrooms better understand and serve the needs of their audiences? How can they find their audiences, make the news more meaningful to them, and inspire action and community engagement? What tools will help foster constructive and productive discussion among newsrooms and members of the public?
ZD Net Korea Media Lab
Irene Jay Liu
Google News Lab
Mobile Project Team Leader
Independent Internet Service Developer
The Circle Foundation
Head of Communications
Google Korea & Taiwan
Global Editors Network
Senior Research Fellow
SK Research Institute
Questions? Get in touch!
Please contact Sarah Toporoff: stoporoff[at]globaleditorsnetwork.org
About our partners
Media Today, founded in May 1995, is the nation’s leading watchdog press organisation that deals with media and journalism and other issues. It monitors media and journalists, and analyses and reviews news reports by other broadcasting and press organisations across the nation. It also provides in-depth coverage of media industry and new media trends. Its coverage of how media reports affect public opinion are mainly aimed at helping make Korea better.
Google's mission is to organise the world's information and make it universally accessible and useful. Google News Lab was created to support the creation and distribution of the information that keeps us all informed about what's happening in our world today—quality journalism.
Editors Lab Prototypes
Have a look here at some of the prototypes that were developed and implemented after an Editors Lab.