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Sumaiya Omar

I snap. "There is no space for control freaks on the internet anymore," says the Snapchat/social expert


Wytse Vellinga

I am mobile. Wytse has produced over 100 reports in the last two years using just mobile devices


Glen Mulcahy

I am smart. Glen predicts that by 2020, mobile journalism will dominate news


Sue Llewellyn

I am social. A top 50 female innovator of digital, Sue has trained over 4,500 journalists


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For further information about our new digital academy, contact Hosam El Nagar, director of innovation and learning, Thomson Foundation.

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