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[24 May 2011 | No Comment | 2,452 views]
Channel 4 News: ‘Liveblogging isn’t replacing other content, it adds value’

Liveblogging enhances the journalistic process, according to Anna Doble, social media producer at Channel 4 News and a site editor for Channel4.com/news.
At Channel 4 News liveblogging sits alongside other content ‘adding value’ to the work carried out by the teams working on the television programme and on the website rather than replacing it.
Liveblogging allows for constant breaking news updates throughout the day as well as greater engagement with viewers.
Anna will be discussing these issues on the panel for the liveblogging session at news:rewired.

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[20 Dec 2010 | No Comment | 4,830 views]
How specialist publishers can compete with national news organisations for SEO

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A guest post from news:rewired speaker and SEO and content strategy consultant Malcolm Coles
When national news organisations like the Mail or the BBC take an interest in your specialism, they can siphon off all your search traffic. All of a sudden, you go from being the number one result on Google for a given search term to being buried under a mass of news stories from the mainstream media.
In my last post here I talked about how you should make sure your site is put together in the right …

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[14 Dec 2010 | No Comment | 1,594 views]
Thoughts from our speakers: Ed Walker on what media organisations can learn from supermarkets

In the run up to news:rewired – beynd the story we’ll be posting some thoughts from our speakers on the topic of their session. In this post, Media Wales’ online communities editor Ed Walker discusses the growing importance of communities and what media organisations can learn from supermarkets

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[13 Dec 2010 | No Comment | 2,279 views]
Thoughts from our speakers: Rory Brown on building personal brands and networks

In the run up to news:rewired we’ll be publishing some thoughts from our speakers on the subject of their session. In this post, co-founder of Briefing Media Ltd, Rory Brown talks about the importance of personal brands and networks, and about starting any model with the reader in mind

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[10 Dec 2010 | No Comment | 2,224 views]
Thoughts from our speakers: Rick Waghorn on entrepreneurialism and ‘journalist as network’

In the final two weeks before news:rewired we’ll be publishing some thoughts from our speakers on the subject of their session. In this post, Addiply and MyFootballWriter founder Rick Waghorn discusses branding and entrepreneurialism for journalists

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[9 Dec 2010 | No Comment | 4,233 views]
Thoughts from our speakers: Malcolm Coles on taking SEO beyond written content

In the final two weeks before news:rewired we’ll be publishing some thoughts from our speakers on the subject of their session. We asked content strategy consultant Malcolm Coles whether online publishers should think beyond written content when it comes to SEO and about things like page design

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[7 Dec 2010 | No Comment | 3,413 views]
Thoughts from our speakers: 1000 Heads’ Molly Flatt on branding and entrepreneurialism

In the final two weeks before news:rewired we’ll be publishing some thoughts from our speakers on the subject of their session. We asked 1000 Heads’ Word of Mouth Evangelist Molly Flatt about branding and entrepreneurialism for journalists working in a digital age

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[6 Dec 2010 | No Comment | 3,575 views]
Thoughts from our speakers: Frank Gosch on six steps to good SEO

In the final two weeks before news:rewired we’ll be publishing some thoughts from our speakers on the subject of their session. We asked Frank Gosch, Global SEO Lead at Microsoft for MSN, about SEO and how it functions beyond the editorial effort

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[1 Dec 2010 | No Comment | 2,605 views]
Thoughts from our speakers: The Guardian’s Martin Belam on linked data

In the final two weeks before news:rewired we’ll be publishing some thoughts from our speakers on the subject of their session. We asked Guardian information architect Martin Belam about linked data and how it relates to his own work

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[16 Nov 2010 | No Comment | 9,345 views]
Links: What is linked data and why does it matter to journalists and publishers?

Following the success of previous panel discussions about data journalism at news:rewired events, we wanted to focus on the potential of linked data for news and media organisations this time around. We’ve collected together some useful websites, blog posts and tools to give you an introduction to linked data.