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Fact-checking social media

COVID-19 has turned the world on its head: in the flood of facts, theories and wild speculation, it can be hard to know what is true. Fact-checking has become more important than ever.

Home alone in the office

Despite the home office revolution of recent weeks, it’s too early to speak of the death of the of-fice. In the long run, humans are social beings who need personal contact.

Does AI write better copy?

Machines are making inroads into our lives and turning everything on its head. What about communica-tions, where the interpersonal dimension is apparently so important?

Infectious enthusiasm

open up might not be a bookstore, but we do deliver exciting content. Since time immemorial people have always wanted to listen to a good story.

Video killed the radio star?

Moving pictures are the king of content. Thanks to digitalisation, videos are available everywhere. By 2021, video content is set to make up 82% of all internet traffic.

It’s all in the mix

The fact that there’s less and less diversity, both in nature and the media landscape, is worrying. But if you look you’ll find projects that promote and encourage diversity.