#newsrw final session to discuss digital journalism ethics and standards
Journalism.co.uk’s one-day digital journalism conference news:rewired, which takes place later this month on Friday 19 April, will close with a joint discussion session looking at ethics and standards in online journalism, from social media etiquette to linking policies and online corrections.
The session will feature a panel of digital journalists who will share their advice and tips on best practice online:
- Tom Standage, digital editor, the Economist
- Jenny Rigby, social media and special projects producer, Channel 4 News
- Sean Ingle, sports editor, Guardian.co.uk
- Martin Bryant, managing editor, The Next Web
The session will be driven by discussion between the panel members and the audience.
The full agenda for the conference, which is being held at MSN UK’s offices in Victoria, London, is available online, and there are still tickets left for those who would like to attend on the day.
Tickets cost just £130+VAT and include lunch and refreshments during the day and networking drinks after the event. The conference usually sells out, so buy tickets now to avoid disappointment.
For those interested in an additional day, we also offer ‘news:rewired plus’ tickets for just £310, which include both a ticket to the news:rewired conference on Friday 19 April and a day of intensive training in either advanced online research or data visualisation the day before, Thursday 18 April. Space on these training courses is limited, so book now to secure a place.
- Enjoy two days of digital journalism learning with our ‘news:rewired plus’ tickets
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