Google’s Stephen Rosenthal and Madhav Chinnappa explained to delegates at news:rewired how Google Tools can help journalists in a multitude of ways
The newly-appointed editor of Buzzfeed UK , former social media editor of NME Luke Lewis, has a wealth of experience in building online communities.
As publications become more social-media savvy, editors are beginning to realise the importance of asking readers for feedback. What they too often forget, as Lewis told the news:rewired conference in London today, is the crucial “second part” of actually responding.
Information on the ‘news:rewired plus’ ticket option for news:rewired on Friday 20 September
Media technologist Mark Boas showcased Mozilla Popcorn Maker, the video-editing tool, at the news:rewired conference today in London.
Around 72 hours of video are uploaded to YouTube every minute and the service boasts over 800 million unique users monthly. But is it really possible to shoot high quality video on a mobile phone?
Glen Mulcahy, innovation lead at RTE technology, is a firm believer that when combined with a skill set it is possible. Here he shares some of his top tips with news:rewired.
Exciting new tools and services showcased and highlighted at news:rewired today that are sure to be of benefit to journalists.
The final panel of today’s news:rewired conference featured a discussion on the key ethical and standards-related issues at play in the digital journalism space, including social media etiquette and management, online corrections and linking.
Speakers were Tom Standage, digital editor, the Economist; Jenny Rigby, social media and special projects producer, Channel 4 News; Sean Ingle, sports editor, Guardian.co.uk; and Martin Bryant, managing editor, The Next Web discuss online and social media standards.
Online communities have become integral to news organisations both big and small, here are the pick of the tips from speakers on the session at news:rewired
Panelists from the Financial Times, Media Wales , the British Medical Journal (BMJ) and the Cabinet Office’s data.gov.uk gave their advice on how to tell stories using data, and how to avoid some of the most common pitfalls.
Madhav Chinnappa and Stephen Rosenthal share Google tools for journalists