Mobile devices are not a replacement for professional equipment but can provide low-cost supplementary footage, agree news:rewired speakers in the mobile journalism session
The BBC College of Journalism will livestreaming parts of the day here on the news:rewired website
MSN UK executive producer stresses the importance of building a personal brand online and urging journalists not to underestimate the long-term importance or new technologies
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 live blog will pick up the tweets tagged #newsrw at Friday’s news:rewired event.
In our latest Q&A we talk to iVillage business development & marketing manager Lulu Phongmany about the value of creating and maintaining online communities and how iVillage’s users contribute to the site’s content
news:rewired – the nouveau niche, to be held in London on Friday 25 June, is an event aimed specifically at business-to-business (B2B) publishers and UK journalists working on niche titles will be well represented both on the panels and in the audience. To demonstrate this, we have created this Wordle, showing where our delegates and […]
In our latest Q&A we talk to FT interactives editor Rob Minto about interactives, data visualisations and inforgraphics, and how these new ways of storytelling are changing journalism for everyone
Last week was a good one for news:rewired speakers past and present with an AOP award for FlightGlobal and an EDF Energy South West Media Award for SoGlos.com
In our latest Q&A we talk to journalism trainer Paul Bradshaw about HelpMeInvestigate.com, the benefits of crowdsourcing for investigative journalism, and where the money’s coming from