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#newsrw: How to follow Journalism.co.uk’s news:rewired event

Submitted by on June 24, 2010 – 3:52 pm | 4,387 views

Note: This post refers to the June 2010 news:rewired event. For information on how to follow December’s news:rewired – beyond the story event please click here.

The tickets have been snapped up and the speakers are ready: the final countdown to news:rewired begins. On Friday 25 June 2010, Journalism.co.uk will host its second news:rewired event – ‘the nouveau niche’, at Microsoft UK in London.

This sell-out day, all about innovative digital media for specialised audiences, is supported by the BBC College of Journalism, MSN UK, Cision, video platform Kyte and data scraping tool, Scraperwiki.

The one-day event will be jammed packed with ideas and tips from the industry’s digital best, from a variety of backgrounds: regional, national, B2B and online media companies.

Keynote speeches will be given by Marc Reeves, launch editor of the Business Desk West Midlands and Peter Bale, executive producer, MSN UK.

Read the line-up for yourself here; and see the full agenda here.
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There are many ways to follow the event

  • UltraKnowledge will be supplying a tweetwall, which can be viewed here
  • The BBC College of Journalism will be streaming video live (links to follow)

At our last news:rewired event lots of delegates blogged reports and commentary and once again we’ll be doing a round-up of everything we see.

Follow us on Twitter: @journalismnews / @journalism_live / @newsrewired and please say hello to the Journalism.co.uk team attending the event: @johncthompson, @lauraoliver, @jtownend, @rmcathy, @joelmgunter @hsalindsay; and @cevansroberts. We will also be joined by freelance journalist Patrick Smith, @psmith, who’s covering the event for us.

For future event opportunities please contact Laura Oliver (laura [at] journalism.co.uk). To talk about potential sponsorship, please contact Adam Cox (adam [at] journalism.co.uk).

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