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We're back again 2/12 at 9am PT for the fifth installment of the News Lab Office Hour AMP series.

Join us for an hour long discussion, and Q&A on AMP (Accelerated Mobile Pages), and a deep dive on Paywalls and AMP, from Ashwin Limaye, AMP Product Manager.

We want to hear from you, put your questions in the comment section below, and we will answer them during the office hour.
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Instant. Everywhere. That’s the goal of the Accelerated Mobile Pages (AMP) Project: an open source initiative that embodies the vision that publishers can create mobile optimized content once, and have it load instantly everywhere.

We know you’ve got questions about AMP, and we will do our very best to answer them and help you create a better mobile experience for your users. 

Over the next 2 weeks, we’ll host weekly Hangouts on Air with speakers discussing AMP and many of its specific components.

Watch all of the older episodes on our YouTube channel at https://www.youtube.com/user/newslabatgoogle

In future installments we will be talking with Google Product Managers to discuss specific components of AMP like Ads, and Format Innovation. 

Instant everywhere is an ambitious goal. That’s why partners like Twitter and Pinterest and publishers like the New York Times and the BBC are working with us to reach it, and we’d love for you to join us. Invite your entire newsroom to the Hangout on Air to learn more about Accelerated Mobile Pages. 

Upcoming Line-up: 
2/19: Craig DiNatali, Director of Ads - Ads
2/26: Rudy Galfi, AMP Product Manager - Format Innovation
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We're back again 2/19 at 9am PT for the sixth installment of the News Lab Office Hour AMP series.

Join us for an hour long discussion, and Q&A on AMP (Accelerated Mobile Pages), and a deep dive on Ads and AMP, with guest Craig DiNatali, Director of Ads.

We want to hear from you, put your questions in the comment section below, and we will answer them during the office hour.
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Instant. Everywhere. That’s the goal of the Accelerated Mobile Pages (AMP) Project: an open source initiative that embodies the vision that publishers can create mobile optimized content once, and have it load instantly everywhere.

We know you’ve got questions about AMP, and we will do our very best to answer them and help you create a better mobile experience for your users. 

Over the next week, we’ll host Hangouts on Air with speakers discussing AMP and many of its specific components.

Watch all of the older episodes on our YouTube channel at https://www.youtube.com/user/newslabatgoogle

In future installments we will be talking with Google Product Managers to discuss specific components of AMP like Ads, and Format Innovation. 

Instant everywhere is an ambitious goal. That’s why partners like Twitter and Pinterest and publishers like the New York Times and the BBC are working with us to reach it, and we’d love for you to join us. Invite your entire newsroom to the Hangout on Air to learn more about Accelerated Mobile Pages. 

Upcoming Line-up: 
2/26: Rudy Galfi, AMP Product Manager - Format Innovation
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Fri, February 19, 12:00 PM
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We're back again Friday at 9am PT for the third installment of the News Lab Office Hour AMP series.

Join us for an hour long discussion, and Q&A on AMP (Accelerated Mobile Pages), and a deep dive from Malte Ubl, Lead AMP Engineer.

We want to hear from you, put your questions in the comment section below, and we will answer them during the office hour.
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Instant. Everywhere. That’s the goal of the Accelerated Mobile Pages (AMP) Project: an open source initiative that embodies the vision that publishers can create mobile optimized content once, and have it load instantly everywhere.

We know you’ve got questions about AMP, and we will do our very best to answer them and help you create a better mobile experience for your users. 

Over the next 4 weeks, we’ll host weekly Hangouts on Air with speakers discussing AMP and many of its specific components.

Watch all of the older episodes on our YouTube channel at https://www.youtube.com/user/newslabatgoogle

In future installments we will be talking with Google Product Managers to discuss specific components of AMP like Analytics, Ads, and Format Innovation. 

Instant everywhere is an ambitious goal. That’s why partners like Twitter and Pinterest and publishers like the New York Times and the BBC are working with us to reach it, and we’d love for you to join us. Invite your entire newsroom to the Hangout on Air to learn more about Accelerated Mobile Pages. 

Upcoming Line-up: 
2/5: Rudy Galfi, AMP Product Manager - Analytics
2/12: Ashwin Limaye, AMP Product Manager - Paywalls
2/19: Craig DiNatali, Director of Ads - Ads
2/26: Rudy Galfi, AMP Product Manager - Format Innovation
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Open the #GoogleNews newsletter in your inbox for product updates, best practices, & info on #AcceleratedMobilePages (#AMP)! Didn’t get it in your inbox? No worries, read it here: https://support.google.com/news/publisher/answer/6333348
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Google News is constantly working to build a better product for news publishers. In this Hangout on Air, Google News' Stacie Chan will briefly explain how Google News works.
In real-time, the Google News bot clusters hundreds of thousands of articles to provide users a diverse news reading experience.
She'll then dive into the new Google News Publisher Center, the one-stop-shop to manage your account in Google News. Finally, she'll offer tips and best practices to optimize the distribution of your content on Google News and Google properties. Please leave any questions you have in the comments section. See you on the 8th! 
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About AMP : We have lot of errors in the new AMP in the Search Console. But our AMP page are working and their pass the validator test in the Chrome. Are Google using a différent validator and what are the impact of theses errors in the indexation by Google and those who support AMP.
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Do you have Google Trends questions? We have answers! Join News Lab Data Editor Simon Rogers on October 27th at 9am PT for the next New Lab Monthly Open Office Hours where we will be talking about the new Google Trends, getting started with data journalism, resources for working with Google data and more.
We will also be introducing our new German hire Isabelle Sonnenfeld, who will be hosting monthly German language News Lab Open Office Hours soon!
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We're back again 2/26 at 9am PT for the final installment of the News Lab Office Hour AMP series.

Join us for an hour long discussion, and Q&A on AMP (Accelerated Mobile Pages), and a discussion on Format Innovation and AMP with Rudy Galfi, AMP Product Manager.

We want to hear from you, put your questions in the comment section below, and we will answer them during the office hour.
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Instant. Everywhere. That’s the goal of the Accelerated Mobile Pages (AMP) Project: an open source initiative that embodies the vision that publishers can create mobile optimized content once, and have it load instantly everywhere.

We know you’ve got questions about AMP, and we will do our very best to answer them and help you create a better mobile experience for your users. 

Watch all of the older episodes on our YouTube channel at https://www.youtube.com/user/newslabatgoogle

Instant everywhere is an ambitious goal. That’s why partners like Twitter and Pinterest and publishers like the New York Times and the BBC are working with us to reach it, and we’d love for you to join us. Invite your entire newsroom to the Hangout on Air to learn more about Accelerated Mobile Pages. 
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Join us 2/5 at 9am PT for the fourth installment of the News Lab Office Hour AMP series.

Join us for an hour long discussion, and Q&A on AMP (Accelerated Mobile Pages), with a deep dive on analytics with AMP from Rudy Galfi, AMP Product Manager.

We want to hear from you, put your questions in the comment section below, and we will answer them during the office hour.
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Instant. Everywhere. That’s the goal of the Accelerated Mobile Pages (AMP) Project: an open source initiative that embodies the vision that publishers can create mobile optimized content once, and have it load instantly everywhere.

We know you’ve got questions about AMP, and we will do our very best to answer them and help you create a better mobile experience for your users. 

Over the next 3 weeks, we’ll host weekly Hangouts on Air with speakers discussing AMP and many of its specific components.

Watch all of the older episodes on our YouTube channel at https://www.youtube.com/user/newslabatgoogle

In future installments we will be talking with Google Product Managers to discuss specific components of AMP like Ads, and Format Innovation. 

Instant everywhere is an ambitious goal. That’s why partners like Twitter and Pinterest and publishers like the New York Times and the BBC are working with us to reach it, and we’d love for you to join us. Invite your entire newsroom to the Hangout on Air to learn more about Accelerated Mobile Pages. 

Upcoming Line-up: 
2/12: Ashwin Limaye, AMP Product Manager - Paywalls
2/19: Craig DiNatali, Director of Ads - Ads
2/26: Rudy Galfi, AMP Product Manager - Format Innovation
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We're back again Friday at 7am PT for the second installment of the News Lab Office Hour AMP series. Join us for an hour long discussion, and Q&A on AMP (Accelerated Mobile Pages), and a deep dive from Emeric Studer, AMP Technology Manager. 

We want to hear from you, put your questions in the comment section below, and we will answer them during the office hour.
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Instant. Everywhere. That’s the goal of the Accelerated Mobile Pages (AMP) Project: an open source initiative that embodies the vision that publishers can create mobile optimized content once, and have it load instantly everywhere.

We know you’ve got questions about AMP, and we will do our very best to answer them and help you create a better mobile experience for your users. 

Over the next 5 weeks, we’ll host weekly Hangouts on Air with speakers discussing AMP and many of its specific components.

Richard Gingras, Head of News @ Google, kicked off the series last week, with an overview and vision of AMP.

Watch the intro by Richard here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FzE_KzlFLzw

The Q and A here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LlJKNSM_W0U

In future installments we will be talking with Google Product Managers to discuss specific components of AMP like Analytics, Ads, and Format Innovation, and they’re here to answer your questions! 

Instant everywhere is an ambitious goal. That’s why partners like Twitter and Pinterest and publishers like the New York Times and the BBC are working with us to reach it, and we’d love for you to join us. Invite your entire newsroom to the Hangout on Air to learn more about Accelerated Mobile Pages. 

Upcoming Line-up: 
2. 1/22 Emeric Studer, AMP Technology Manager
3. 1/29 Paul Bakaus, Developer Advocate; Malte Ubl, Lead AMP Engineer
Subsequent weeks: Ads, Analytics, Format Innovation, Paywalls
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Q: For paginated web, we recommend rel=next/prev ( https://support.google.com/webmasters/answer/1663744?hl=en ), I assume this will remain the case, but won't need to be implemented on amp (it's propagated canonicals). Is that correct?
A: After a recheck, I confirm that rel=next/prev is also valid on amp pages.
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Instant. Everywhere. That’s the goal of the Accelerated Mobile Pages (AMP) Project: an open source initiative that embodies the vision that publishers can create mobile optimized content once, and have it load instantly everywhere.

We know you’ve got questions about AMP, and we will do our very best to answer them and help you create a better mobile experience for your users. 

Over the next 6 weeks, we’ll host weekly Hangouts on Air with speakers discussing AMP and many of its specific components. Richard Gingras, Head of News @ Google, will kick off the series with an overview and vision of AMP: a faster, open mobile web. Google Product Managers will discuss specific components of AMP like Analytics, Ads, and Format Innovation, and they’re here to answer your questions! We’ll continue after 6 weeks with Open Office Hours so you can bring any burning questions you may have about AMP. 

Instant everywhere is an ambitious goal. That’s why partners like Twitter and Pinterest and publishers like the New York Times and the BBC are working with us to reach it, and we’d love for you to join us. Invite your entire newsroom to the Hangout on Air to learn more about Accelerated Mobile Pages. 

Upcoming Line-up: 
1. 1/15 Richard Gingras, Head of News @ Google
2. 1/22 Emeric Studer, Technology Manager
3. 1/29 Paul Bakaus, Developer Advocate; Malte Ubl, Lead AMP Engineer
Subsequent weeks: Ads, Analytics, Format Innovation, Paywalls
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This past weekend, we launched the Google News Lab Fellowship (https://newslab.withgoogle.com/fellowship), a global program that offers students interested in journalism and technology the opportunity to work with newspapers, journalist organizations, and media accelerators that are helping shape the future of media and digital storytelling. We're looking for students -- from all disciplines -- who are passionate about reporting and the role that technology can play in the pursuit of their craft.

This year, we’re launching the program in the United States, United Kingdom, Korea, and Australia. 

In the US, students will spend 10 weeks with one of eight nonprofit journalism organizations including Witness Media Lab, Matter, Pew Research Center, The Center for Investigative Reporting, Nieman Journalism Lab, Investigative Reporters & Editors/National Institute for Computer-Assisted Reporting, Poynter and ProPublica. U.S. students can apply here (https://newslab.withgoogle.com/fellowship).

In the UK, fellows will spend time working within specialist, National and regional newsrooms in London and across the country, including the Financial Times, The Telegraph, The Guardian and Trinity Mirror Regionals. Placements at Full Fact and The Bureau of Investigative Journalism will offer the opportunity to learn from fact checking experts focused on investigations. U.K. students can apply here (https://newslab.withgoogle.com/fellowship-uk).  

In South Korea, publishers and Google will jointly conduct an experiment on innovative news formats/ content optimized on mobile. Students will generate mobile-optimized content in an innovative format with publishers for 12 weeks. And in Australia, an engineer will receive Google mentorships while working at the Sydney Morning Herald. Students in Korea can learn more about the fellowship here (https://newslab.withgoogle.com/fellowship-kr). Students in Australia can learn more about the fellowship here (https://newslab.withgoogle.com/fellowship-aus).  

We’re proud to support the expansion of the fellowship program to help students inform, inspire and engage people around the globe and build the future of journalism. If you’d like to see the fellows program in your country, please reach out to us at usnewslabfellowship@google.com. You can learn more about the Google News Lab’s other activities here (https://newslab.withgoogle.com/).

Good luck!
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Man this would have been awesome to do in 2012 when I was getting my Masters in New Media Journalism. Luckily I found a job that allows me to record podcasts and develop content. Cheers and good luck to those who are able to take advantage of this opportunity. 
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We are thrilled to welcome Isabelle Sonnenfeld as our News Lab Lead in Germany! Isa comes to us from Twitter, where she spent 4 years as the Head of News, Govt., and Politics for Twitter Germany.

Isa will focus on providing support for editors in data journalism, promoting Google tools for journalists, and fostering cooperation with German media organizations. Wilkommen, Isa -- excited to have you onboard! 

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