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Our next news:rewired takes place on Tuesday 3 February 2015 at MSN HQ in London (Cardinal Place, 100 Victoria Street, London, SW1E 5JL).

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We are still piecing together the agenda and speakers for the next event, but speakers at the last event in July 2014 included:
Keynote speech

David Ho headshotDavid Ho, editor for mobile, tablets and emerging technology, The Wall Street Journal, @DavidHo

 

 

 

New forms of engagement

bella hurrelBella Hurrell, assistant editor, visual journalism, BBC News, @BellaHurrell
ezra eemanEzra Eeman, founder, Journalism Tools, @ezraeeman
jo kellyJo Kelly, head of audience engagement, Trinity Mirror, @jokelly
ben fogarty newsrwBen Fogarty, CEO, Shorthand, @buckarty

Going direct – chat apps in news

Trushar_Barot speakerTrushar Barot, assistant editor, BBC UGC and social media hub, @Trushar
Luke Lewis newsrewiredLuke Lewis, editor, BuzzFeed UK, @LukeLewis
Jsaon CollieJason Collie, assistant editor, Oxford Mail @ukcavhead

 

 

 

More speakers to be announced

Collaboration – beyond the newsroom

Ernst-Jan PfauthErnst-Jan Pfauth, publisher, De Correspondent, @ejpfauth
Antoine LaurentAntoine Laurent, strategist and senior project manager, the European Journalism Centre, @anto_l
Felix FranzFelix Franz, freelance journalist and London ambassador, Hostwriter, @Veleckz

Lyra McKeeLyra McKee, freelance investigative journalist and researcher, Beacon Reader, @LyraMcKee

 

 

 

 

More speakers to be announced

Reddit– more than AMAs

Nazanine imageJames Cook, contributing editor, The Daily Dot, @JamesLiamCook
Victoria Taylor - RedditVictoria Taylor, director of communications, Reddit, @happysquid

 

Fergus-BellFergus Bell, social media and UGC editor, Associated Press, @fergb

 

 

 

Sourcing stories – documents, data and social

HeatherBowen1Heather Bowen, head of social media, Mirror Online, @hl_bowen
Mark Watts profileMark Watts, editor-in-chief, Exaro, @MarkWatts_1
cynthia_omurchu1Cynthia O’Murchu, investigative reporter, Financial Times
Facebook for journalists

Karla GeciKarla Geci, strategic media partnerships, Facebook

Spreadsheet skills – beyond the basics

johnburnmurdochJohn Burn-Murdoch, data journalist, Financial Times, @jburnmurdoch

The journalists social media toolbox

Sarah Marshall profileSarah Marshall, social media editor, EMEA, The Wall Street Journal, @SarahMarshall
Richard Moynihan headshotRichard Moynihan, social media editor, The Telegraph, @richjm
richard parbooRichard Parboo, Livefyre
A ‘start-up’ approach to news
Stijn Lehaen nrwStijn Lehaen, VRT Start-up, @stijnlehaen

Other speakers

clare carrClare Carr, director of marketing, Parse.ly
Marina ChealMarina Cheal, managing director, Cronycle, @kasseva
Claire MartinClaire Martin, editor and head of content, Kantar, @CCMart1n
Moderators are:
Sue Llewellyn pic newsrwSue Llewellyn, co-founder, Ultra Social, @suellewellyn
Mark Frankel picMark Frankel, assistant editor, social news, @markfrankel29
matt navarraMatt Navarra, community director, The Next Web, @MattNavarraUK

 

 

 

More speaker details will be added soon.

Tickets to the event cost £130 +VAT. Buy yours now.

Testimonials

Past news:rewired delegates share their thoughts on our previous digital journalism conferences:

“I left with a very useful overview of trends taking place in news organisations today” - Blaise Grimes-Vlort, eModeration

“If time is money, this was time well spent” – Mike Best, Leeds Trinity University

“news:rewired is a must for anyone wanting to stay up-to-date with the latest and greatest media news, tools and apps” – Abigail Edge, MNA Media

“Great opportunity to rub shoulders with some of the leading innovators in journalism and to learn a thing or two” – Lawrence Havelock, Bridging & Commercial

“The place to find tools, techniques and inspiration” – Rohan Jayasekera, Vivartz