Digital trends are impacting the work of journalists and their audiences

At the start of this year, Tyson Bird identified 16 digital trends to watch for in 2020. Now that we’re halfway through a year of dramatic and unexpected events, let’s check in to see how these 16 trends impact the work journalists are doing. We’ll also explore trends that have emerged as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic and seek to understand how they will affect our newsrooms and audiences in the months ahead.

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Our presenter

Tyson Bird is from Sandpoint, Idaho, and studied journalism graphics and entrepreneurial management at Ball State University. Bird currently works for Texas Highway Magazine in Austin, Texas, as a digital strategy manager. He creates digital experiences that get audiences excited about travel and tourism in the great state of Texas. Bird loves talking about the many intersections of design, product and our world.