Follow our community building session with a ScribbleLive blog from Wannabe Hacks
Follow our keynote from Times communities editor Joanna Geary with a liveblog from Wannabe Hacks
If you’re not able to make news:rewired – beyond the story tomorrow (Thursday 16 December), never fear – we’ll be providing lots of coverage of the day’s events, news and views on newsrewired.com, Journalism.co.uk and Twitter.
Delegates attending news:rewired – beyond the story could be in with a chance of winning a copy of QuarkXPress 8 (there are three copies up for grabs) by taking part in the #newsrw QR Code Challenge.
To find out more about this prize, Quark tells us more about its Digital Publishing 2.0 strategy below, which aims to serve publishers at any stage of digital publishing, regardless of their preferred application platform or intended media.
For those who can’t make it along to news:rewired tomorrow, fear not. We’ll have liveblogging from Wannabe Hacks, video footage from BBC College of Journalism and blogging from freelance journalist Rosie Niven
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
“A very interesting conference, very enjoyable, and gave me lots of ideas and new contacts, thanks :)” Helen Roxburgh, multimedia reporter, Estates Gazette, Reed Business Information “Extremely informative, great speakers, feel like I have really learnt a lot today about multimedia journalism and social media.” Natasha Elkington, AlertNet journalist, Thomson Reuters Foundation “Another stonking event: […]
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
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 we talk to Guardian datablog and datastore editor Simon Rogers about what 2011 holds for datajournalism
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