Providing tools, guidance and support on how to engage with audiences on connected devices
The Media Online team helps our Members bring high-quality digital content to their audiences. We provide services and intelligence in the the areas of digital storytelling, social media, and digital skills. We support Members in their efforts to reach digital audiences who are not consuming traditional radio and television. We help Members understand trends in order to create more relevant content and services.
Key areas of responsibility include our networks of Digital Storytelling Labs, Social Media Trends Experts and our Online Media Steering Committee of senior online managers. We also serve Members via publications, workshops and by developing tools they request.
Another key focus is the development of partnerships with industry-leading companies and organisations, in the areas of online and social media. We work horizontally across the Media Department to exchange knowledge, incubate new services and to promote a digital way of doing things at the EBU.
The Online & Social Media Unit was created in August 2014 to provide key strategic support for Members....
Our Online Journalism Fellow Kristin Granbo works for the Norwegian Broadcasting Corporation, NRK. This...
A one-day workshop to explore experiences, ideas and case studies about how public service media organisations are delivering digital news services
The EBU-RTS Hackathon will bring together data scientists, designers, developers, data journalists and other experts to build prototypes and to explore new solutions for gathering and analysing information about Europe’s migration crisis.
If digital is the new normal, what is the impact for news production and consumption trends? 35 news professionals from 19 EBU Members gathered in Geneva on Wednesday (24 August) to share experiences and explore their challenges in delivering digital news services and serving all audiences effectively with high-quality content and on all devices and platforms.
The RTBF’s big data expert Pierre Nicolas Schwab invites EBU Big Data Initiative participants to join a workshop addressing algorithms and PSM values this December in Brussels.