What if journalism included physically building solutions to the future?

  1. What if the work didn’t stop at the article, but resulted in a build, an engineered work that contributed to the solution?
  2. What if you could work with experts/ top coaches and mentors to help you unlock your ideas, no matter how small you’d think they are that could make you a living?
  3. What if there was the university where you could build your own curriculum, and multiple exams and results weren’t the sole arbiter of your work, the process was too?

The birth of New Journalism in 2000

“Your job is not to predict tomorrow based on yesterday, that’s what academics do. Your job is to prevent the end of tomorrow by using your brains and imagination”.

Why it’s pressingly important.

  • They’re recognised as being digitally savvier than other gens; they grew up in digital.
  • They don’t see diversity as an add on
  • The boundaries between play and work are not an issue compared to previous gens.
  • There are nuanced anxieties that deserve attention.
  • Authenticity and core social issues are personalised.



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Dr. David Dunkley Gyimah

Dr. David Dunkley Gyimah


Top Writer & Creative Technologist, Int. Award Winner. Cinemajournalist. Cardiff Uni @jomec. PhD (Dublin). Visiting Prof UBC, Ex BBC/C4News. Apple profiled.