Helping public service media develop strategies to leverage the potential of big data
Big data is a central theme for public service media today (PSM), especially when it comes to strengthening and personalizing the relationship with citizens.
Understanding cross-platform audiences, creating powerful data journalism stories, enhancing the audience experience, boosting content creation via data-driven editorial production and programming, streamlining business processes and identifying new products and services to offer: well-adapted big data strategies can help Public Service Media (PSM) organizations in many different ways.
This is why the EBU has launched a strategic ‘Big Data initiative’. This initiative is driven by EBU Members, and headed by EBU Public Affairs and Communications Director Guillaume Klossa, with cross-departmental support by the EBU’s Technology & Innovation, Media, Legal, Media Intelligence Service and Public Affairs and Communications teams.
Together, we are looking to help develop strategies, identify best practices and provide concrete recommendations in four specific areas.
These 4 workflows aim to foster exchange of skills, know-how and experience in all those areas, and to guide PSM in the implementation of data-driven strategies while staying true to the public service remits and values.
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