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Chartbeat is latest sponsor of news:rewired – full stream ahead

Submitted by on June 13, 2012 – 2:08 pm | 4,604 views

We are pleased to announce real-time website data company Chartbeat as the latest sponsor of news:rewired – full stream ahead, Journalism.co.uk’s latest digital journalism conference.

The one-day conference, being held at MSN UK’s offices in Victoria on Friday 13 July, will be focused on the latest tools, techniques and tips on how to produce the best journalism online and make it earn its keep, with innovative case studies from the industry.

Chartbeat provides real-time data dashboards, heads up displays, and APIs used by websites across the world from FoxNews and Al Jazeera to Starbucks and Foursquare.

“Our Chartbeat Publishing service was built within the newsrooms of some of the largest, most innovative media and content publishers,” says chief executive Tony Haile.

“Our data science algorithms translate complex site data into instantly understandable and actionable real-time data. And we put that insight directly to the hands of journalists, writers, and editors right when they need it — to make the right decisions, to take the right actions at the right time.”

Chartbeat Publishing deeply understands a site’s typical audience behaviours, traffic patterns, and engagement to instantly spot and predict abnormal performance, so writers and editors can capitalise on it.

Here’s more information on how to report using analytics shared by Chartbeat.

Haile will be joining the “Harnessing the power of your community” session at news:rewired – full stream ahead, looking at how to feed back the needs and demands of your audience directly into editorial decisions. Other experts on the panel include Mark Johnson, community editor for the Economist.

Tickets are selling fast and the event is likely to sell out. Get yours for just £130 (+VAT). Book yours now at this link to avoid disappointment as our last event sold out ahead of time.

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