Our next news:rewired conference takes place on Friday 20 September 2013 at MSN HQ in London (Cardinal Place, 100 Victoria Street, London, SW1E 5JL).
Take a look at the agenda below – we will be adding more speakers in the coming days and weeks.
Sessions range from panels offering presentations and discussion around certain topics, to more practical workshops, offering demonstrations and guides to digital tools and techniques.
See the agenda below:
|Time||Sessions and speakers|
How news outlets are utilising different digital tools to help communicate the latest information to digital audiences in breaking news situations.
A speedy look at innovative tools and technology in the digital journalism space.
|11.45am-1pm||A: Online video
A look at how different types of publishers are finding success in online video, from the types of video being produced, the platforms people are watching them on, and the costs, as well as revenue potential, involved.
|B: Searching social
How to find and reach new audiences and news sources via social media and other online communities.
|2-2.45pm||A: Data-driven newsrooms
A look at the different analytics newsrooms can use to make better editorial decisions, with case studies on how news outlets have improved metrics.
When videos, images or facts are shared by social media or sent to a news outlet, how can you know they show what they purport to? This workshop will offer case studies and practical tips on verifying photos and footage.
|2.50-3.35pm||A: LinkedIn for journalists
A workshop on how journalists can use LinkedIn to find sources, follow a beat, build their own brand and drive traffic to their online content.
Being able to visualise data and the geographical background to stories is a key skill for today’s digital journalists. This workshop will run through some of the key tools and platforms journalists can use.
A series of short presentations from news innovators
|4.15-4.20pm||3 minute sponsor presentation|
|4.20-5.30pm||Breaking article boundaries
A look at some of the different ways news outlets are telling stories which break out of conventional digital reporting styles, and some of the issues to consider when stepping outside of the norm.