news:rewired is sold out – but digital tickets still available
Tickets to next week’s news:rewired digital journalism conference have sold out! But if you didn’t manage to get a ticket for the one-day event on 23 July in time, don’t worry – you can still buy a digital ticket that gives you access to videos of the workshops and sessions that will take place on the day, in association with BlackRook Media.
The event takes place on Wednesday 23 July at the MSN UK offices in Victoria, London, and we will aim to have the videos available to view within a week of the conference.
Digital tickets cost £100 +VAT. Buy yours now at this link.
There are also still spaces on our one-day workshops running in London on Thursday 24 July, which can be attended for just £200 +VAT. There are three choices of practical workshops to choose from:
Tutor: Luke Lewis, editor, BuzzFeed UK
Luke will share tips and tricks on how to encourage maximum reach and engagement, as well as how to achieve ‘cut-through’ when many of your rivals are writing about the same topic.
Tutor: Glen Mulcahy, innovation lead, RTÉ
After this one-day course you will be able to create broadcast-quality video packages from your smartphone and tablet that even a TV producer would think were shot on a professional video camera costing thousands of pounds.
Tutor: Conrad Quilty-Harper, data journalist, Ampp3d
This course will provide you with the skills to work with data, numbers and statistics, particularly in online reporting, and walk you through the process – from start to finish – for creating a data-driven story for publication online or in print.
The workshops will be held at the same venue as news:rewired, at MSN UK’s offices in Victoria, London.
Buy workshop tickets for just £200 +VAT via the links for each course above.
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