December 6th 2022, 11:00 - 12:00 CET / 10:00 - 11:00 GMT

In need of some inspiration? Want to hear new ideas about moving to digital?

Bold changes to the way we work are going on in regional stations in Europe. We held 1-hour webinar to help us learn from each other’s experiences, with editors sharing their ideas and talking specifics: what’s worked, what hasn’t, and where does that leave us?  Watch the webinar to:

  • Hear how France Televisions has made digital stories work on TV. And how storytelling on both platforms has improved as a result.
  • Find out how SVT has attracted new digital audiences by changing the way it covered the traditional TV debate during this year’s Swedish elections.
  • And discover why NRK has dropped traditional radio bulletins in favour of 2-ways from digital reporters but only when there’s something to say.




Introducing the editors:

adrian johansen

Adrian Johansen has been Head of News in NRK Nordland in Norway since 2018. His background is in traditional tv and radio journalism, but he quickly embraced digital platforms.
“To help editorial staff become more digital’, he says, ‘you need to work smarter with the linear platforms; that means more lives, more guests and fewer edited reports. It’s a mistake to think of digital platforms as standing on their own.” 




xavier collombier

Xavier Collombier is responsible for the digital transformation of French Televisions’ (FTV) 23 regional stations. He’s been working on this project for the past 5 years. Xavier has worked for FTV since 1988, as a journalist in different regional newsrooms (Orléans, Paris, Besançon, Nancy, Nice, Marseille, Nantes, Caen), as a news anchor, reporter and cameraman. Experienced in linear television, he’s spent the last 12 years of his career working for the web. 

anton swendsen

Anton Svendsen is editor-in-chief at SVT Nyheter Västi based in Gothenburg in Sweden. It’s SVT’s largest regional news station and Anton has spent the last decade actively moving its focus from broadcast to online. He’s had particular success with several big news projects centred around audience participation.