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GAMI Briefing #1:

AI and Newsroom Performance/Productivity

27 APRIL 2021 - 15:00 to 16:30 CET

FREE for Members, 90€ for non-Members 

GAMI Briefings

Tune in to the first edition of our latest series of GAMI events:  the GAMI briefings !

Our regular GAMI briefings will bring you the right balance between discussions on new trends from the most innovative media outlets from our community and a regular selection of useful practical cases and innovative solutions as take aways ! 

The concept:

  • online but interactive and fun !
  • short but regular
  • 1 briefing / 1 topic 
  • focused and solution-based
  • register to each GAMI Briefing on a case-by-case basis depending on your interests
  • FREE for WAN-IFRA members ! (90€ per session for non-members)

GAMI Briefing #1: “AI and newsroom performance/productivity” on 27 April (15:00 to 16:30 CET):


  • David Caswell, Executive Product Manager, BBC News Labs, UK
    • Creating new story formats from existing text articles using automation.

  • Katarina Ellemark, Product Owner, Bonnier, Sweden
    • Personalising news content at Bonnier News Local, and how to feed learnings back to the newsroom.

  • Neil Maiden, Director of CebAI, the National Centre for Creativity enabled by AI at City, University of London, UK
    • JECT.AI, a digital tool that uses AI to assist journalists in their researching and writing process by recommending new angles, original ideas for stories, thus enhancing their creativity and efficiency.

  • Dina Shatner, Co-founder & CEO, Trenario, Israel
    • Trenario automatically generates videos and simulations led by AI-driven presenters, turning your content into a life-like experience with a click of a button.

Provisional schedule for the next GAMI Briefings in the upcoming months (exact dates TBC)

GAMI Briefing #2: Blockchain in the newsroom (in May)

GAMI Briefing #3: Tech and audience engagement (in June)

GAMI Briefing #3: Green and sustainable media (TBC)

Limited to 50 participants: Register NOW!

And for more information on our projects:

The future of media is currently being invented by hundreds of different companies, universities and entrepreneurs, however these separate efforts, research and prototypes are not the optimal way to proceed. There is a real need to learn to work together to solve common challenges.

Fernando de Yarza López-Madrazo
WAN-IFRA President


Katarina Ellemark

Product Owner, Bonnier, Sweden

Dina Shatner

Co-founder & CEO, Trenario, Israel

Neil Maiden

Director of CebAI, the National Centre for Creativity enabled by AI, City, University of London, UK

David Caswell 

Executive Product Manager at BBC News Labs, UK

We are happy to answer any questions


Stephen Fozard

Project Director, Global Alliance for Media Innovation, WAN-IFRA
Paris, France

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