The panel in session #2A featured: Paul Gallagher, head of online content, the Manchester Evening News; Nick Martin, Sky News correspondent; Ben Fawkes, audio content manager, SoundCloud and Christian Payne, social technologist, mobile story maker.
Presentations from session #3B, which featured: Mike Goldsmith, editor-in-chief of iPad and tablet editions, Future Publishing; Ron Diorio, vice president of product and community development, Economist.com; Douglas Arellanes, technologist, consultant and the director of clients and services, Sourcefabric and Lucia Adams, web development editor, the Times.
Presentations from session #3A, which featured: Bobby Schweizer, doctoral student at the Georgia Institute of Technology and co-author of Newsgames: Journalism at Play; Shannon Perkins, editor of interactive technologies, Wired.com; Al Trivino, director of innovation at News International and Alastair Dant, interactive lead at the Guardian.
Presentations from session #2B, which featured: Nate Lanxon, editor, Wired.co.uk; Chris Hamilton, social media editor, BBC News; Martin Belam, user experience lead, the Guardian and Darren Waters, head of devices and social media, MSN UK
Presentations from session #1B, which featured: François Nel, researcher, academic and consultant on newsroom and digital business innovation; Tom Standage, digital editor, the Economist; Chris Newell, founder, ImpulsePay and Alex Watson, head of app development, Dennis Publishing.
Presentations from session #1A, which featured: Christian Heilmann, Mozilla Popcorn; Josh de la Mare, editor of video, Financial Times; John Domokos, video producer, the Guardian and David Dunkley Gyimah, video journalist, academic and consultant.
A round-up of tweets, videos, audio and photos from news:rewired – media in motion
A summary of all the sessions from news:rewired, a conference for digital journalists held at MSN HQ on Friday, 3 February
The panel generally agreed that if you wouldn’t say it on air, don’t tweet it, a point Laura Kuenssberg introduced.
Mike Goldsmith, editor-in-chief of iPad and tablet editions, Future Publishing; Douglas Arellanes, technologist, consultant and the director of clients and services, Sourcefabric; Ron Diorio, vice-president of product and community development, Economist.com; and Lucia Adams, web development editor, the Times
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Editor of Wired Nate Lanxon says the best times to post to Facebook are first thing in then morning, lunchtime, 3pm and between 5 and 5:30 p.m.