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What will news look like in 10 years?

Over the past few months, the BBC's Future of News project has been trying to identify some of the big trends likely to impact on news and ask what audiences will want over the next decade.

This video compiles the thoughts of both leading BBC staff and celebrity experts.

Robert Peston welcomes the additional platforms, while John Humphreys warns of the problem of children being glued to smaller screens.

Buzzfeed's editor looks at what makes a story shareable; Caitlin Moran favours the occasional lighter story; while Martha Lane Fox casts doubt on the "internet of things".

Video produced by Christian Parkinson and Inga Thordar

Additional material: Anna Bressanin

  • 28 Jan
  • From the section UK
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