The Guardian is an organisation that's been around for more than 150 years. In an increasingly digital world, many questions arise about the future of news, including:
- What will a full transformation from print to digital look like?
- How will news outlets present themselves as technology companies moving forward?
- What will change about audience trends?
- What does this mean for intellectual property?
In this exciting event presented by Girls in Tech London and the Guardian, reporter Olivia Solon will discuss these topics with the Guardian's Chief Digital Officer, Tanya Cordrey.
Drinks and networking will follow the event! And as always, men are welcome and encouraged to join :)
Upon arrival: Come to the Guardian main reception - entrance is at the right hand side of the building, reception is at top of the escalator where you will check in. (Don’t be confused with the main Kings Place entrance foyer).
A little more about Tanya:
Tanya Cordrey heads up the organisation’s 150-strong product, engineering and data and analytics teams.
Under her leadership, the Guardian has developed an unparalleled run of award-winning, innovative digital products and grown its global audience to 84 million unique browsers per month. In August 2013, she led the Guardian’s successful global domain change, unifying all its digital assets at www.theguardian.com - one of the world’s largest ever domain changes.
A little more about Olivia:
Olivia Solon is a writer and editor specialising in technology, science, and digital culture. She is currently Technology Editor of Mirror Online after spending 4 years at Wired UK.
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