The pandemic accelerated the transition from print to digital for many newspaper brands. While this evolution has its perks, what might be lost in the process? Canvas8 spoke to Shuhua Zhou and Damon Kiesow to find out how the power of communication within print can translate to digital.
Young people are consuming the news in vastly different ways to generations before them, but news brands still don’t know how to speak to them. How can young people get the information they need to be informed citizens and is it time to rethink what news means for the next generation?
Youth culture is often linked with innovation and radical departures from past norms. But when it comes to the news, German Gen Zers are finding themselves drawn to ‘old’ media. So, how can broadcasters and newspapers build on their trusted status? And what do Zers expect from online news?
The ‘London Bubble’ has long been an issue in the UK, whereby people outside the capital feel ignored by the government, news organisations, and brands. With COVID-19 having deepened the divide between North and South, there's a need to rethink how to better cater to regional audiences.
Dresden-based magazine femMit is fighting clichés about women with the aim of elevating new role models. Taking a step back from dominant West German narratives about gender equality, femMit builds on a growing interest in complex, nuanced stories about professional women.