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). We have announced the first of the speakers who have confirmed for September, and will be adding to this list in the coming days and weeks.
Tickets for news:rewired are currently available at a limited early bird rate of £95 (+VAT). But we only have 50 in total to sell and once those are all gone, or by the end of Friday 31 May, whichever comes first, the ticket price will rise to £130 (+VAT).
, senior writer, GigaOm
, social media and community manager, Metro, @richjm
, social media editor, BBC News, @chrishams
, director of news services, Storyful, @cward1e
, corporate communications manager, EMEA, LinkedIn, @RichardAGeorge
, communications manager, LinkedIn, @darainfaraz
Keep an eye on this page for more details soon. In the meantime, you can still take a look at the line-up from our most recent news:rewired which took place on Friday 19 April, below.
journalism programme manager, Facebook
. Vadim will discuss how journalists can best use Facebook, giving tips on features such as Facebook Follow, Graph Search and Pages.
- Curation: The journalist as manager
, executive producer for digital news, The Washington Post
Cory will share some of the Post’s approaches to curation, such as the Grid
which collects content from across the web.
, technology editor, Huffington Post UK
Michael will talk about how the Huffington Post, which launched a UK edition in 2011, also curates content, and share his best practice tips.
Michael De Monte
, founder and CEO, ScribbleLive, @demonte.
Michael will address curation techniques for livebloggers and outline some of the relevant features in ScribbleLive.
, founder, Near You Now
Anthony will share details of Near You Now
, a service which aims to present news site visitors with links to content of the most geographical interest to them.
, investigations editor, British Medical Journal
. Deborah will discuss how she uses FoI and other sources of data for in-depth investigations.
, data journalist, Media Wales, @ClaireMillerUK
. Claire will discuss census data, with tips on preparing for big data releases.
, head of data.gov.uk, Cabinet Office
. Antonio will discuss the sources of government data that journalists have available.
, head of the interactive desk, Financial Times
. Emily will discuss data-driven journalism at the FT.
, founding editor of The Muckraker and freelance investigative journalist, @LyraMcKee
- Building participatory communities
Blair Hickman, social media producer, ProPublica, @amandablair. Blair will discuss just some of the many ways ProPublica encourages its community to ‘get involved’ with its investigations.
, communities editor, regionals, Trinity Mirror, @jokelly.
Jo will outline different regional Trinity Mirror titles’ approaches to community participation in editorial.
, producer, CNN iReport
Sarah will discuss how citizen journalism platform CNN iReport grew and engaged with its community of contributors.
, chief executive, Scoopshot, @Ruokosuo.
Niko will discuss how news outlets can encourage citizen journalism and get their community involved in finding content.
- Mobile multimedia workshop
, head of production and technology, RTE
. Glen will lead a practical workshop in using a smartphone to shoot and edit video, photos and audio.
Dr Mark K Smith
, co-founder and chief executive, ipadio
. Mark will introduce you to a new mobile reporting app.
- Using Popcorn Maker to build social online video
, 2012 OpenNews Fellow
and media technologist at Happyworm, @maboa
. Mark will show you how you can build web-native video using Popcorn Maker
, co-founder and publisher, SoGlos
. James will share details of how the SoGlos team has created an online-only journalism site that makes money.
Stuart Goulden, founder and managing director, One&Other, @StuGoulden. Stuart will talk about lessons learned in creating One&Other, an online and print title.
, head of enterprise development and education and principal lecturer in entrepreneurial journalism, Teesside University
- Growing social media communities
, editor, BuzzFeed UK, @lukelewis
. Luke will share his experience of building up communities on Twitter, Facebook, Tumblr and other networks.
, head of strategic partnerships, Google News & Magazines
EMEA. Madhav will explain how to get your news site or blog in the Google Currents newsreading app.
, communications and public affairs manager, UK, Google, @sterosenthal
. Stephen will take you through Google tools for journalists.
- 3 minute sponsor presentation
- Online standards and ethics
The final session will take a discussion format, with each speaker contributing to a conversation on a range of standards and ethical considerations in digital journalism, such as online corrections, linking, use of social media and more.
, social media and special projects producer, Channel 4 News
, managing editor, The Next Web