February 2013

Posts published in February 2013

Announcing the full agenda for news:rewired

The digital journalism conference offers host of practical sessions and workshops for digital journalists.

There will be workshops in: Google tools for journalists, Mozilla’s Popcorn Maker (for creating web-native video), mobile journalism, growing a social media community, and start-up journalism.

Sessions will focus on: Curation: the journalist as manager, data-inspired stories, building participatory communities, online standards and ethics.

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Attending #newsrw and need a hotel? Delegates will receive discount at The Georgian House

Ahead of news:rewired on Friday 19 April we’re pleased to say The Georgian House is again kindly offering delegates a 10 per cent discount on rooms for Thursday 18th April, Friday 19 April and Saturday 20 April.

The four-star bed and breakfast is located near to Victoria Station and just a 10 to 15 minute walk from the event venue at MSN UK, Cardinal Place, 100 Victoria Street, London, SW1E 5JL.

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Latest news:rewired updates: New speaker and session details

Over the past few of weeks we have been busy working on the agenda for the next news:rewired conference, which takes place on Friday 19 April.

April’s news:rewired is a one-day digital journalism conference run by Journalism.co.uk, and will be held at MSN UK’s offices in Victoria, London.

The first half of the agenda is already available to view online. In this post we’re pleased to introduce you to some of the speakers already confirmed to take part, and give further detail on what they will be discussing on the day. There will be lots more exciting announcements to follow in the coming weeks and we will keep you updated both on www.newsrewired.com and via Twitter @newsrewired.

For more on some of the latest speakers added to the line-up, read the full post.

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Announcing first half of agenda for digital journalism conference news:rewired, Friday 19 April

The next news:rewired takes place on Friday 19 April at MSN HQ in London (Cardinal Place, 100 Victoria Street, London, SW1E 5JL).

Sessions will range from panels offering presentations and discussion around certain topics, to more practical workshops, offering demonstrations and guides to digital tools and techniques.

We have so far firmed up the morning of the agenda. The rest of the agenda and more speakers will be announced very soon.

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