Knowledge sharing is enabling us to become a digital-first news organisation, says Hanna Österberg, Editor for Social Media at Svenska Dagbladet, a daily newspaper published in Sweden

Hanna Österberg, Editor for Social Media at Svenska Dagbladet /
Photo credits: Magnus Hjalmarson Neideman/SvD

“I want to bridge the gap between what my colleagues want to achieve online and what’s possible with the tools that are available to us.”

“As we transition to a digital-first organisation, every department has access to the same resources, so we have to work as a team.”

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