Visuals to accompany a great piece of writing or reportage are like icing on top of a cake, the session on visual storytelling at the news:rewired conference, today in London, was told.
In the main session of the afternoon Joanna Geary, head of news partnerships, Twitter UK, talked about how to use Twitter’s advanced search operators to discover and monitor breaking news. This is the archived live blog of the session
BuzzFeed deputy editor Jim Waterson explains the outlet’s plans for the upcoming UK general election, and talks new hires with Paul McNally at the news:rewired conference today in London.
This session of the news:rewired conference, today in London, was a practical look at how newsrooms are using audio for engagement and social sharing to ensure stories are seen and heard. This is the archive version of our live session blog.
This session of the news:rewired conference, today in London, was an in-depth workshop on investigation techniques using open-source information, social media and much more. This is the archived version of the live session blog.
Raja Sharif, strategy and implementation manager at Al Jazeera, spoke today at the news:rewired conference about AJ+, the network’s app channel aimed at millennials
The General Election of May 2010 was widely touted as the UK’s first social media election, but panellists addressing a session on election coverage at today’s news:rewired conference in London agreed that 2015 will be the year where social media really comes into its own
Multimedia, interactive elements and visualisations can help stories stand out, but how and where are these elements best used? This workshop session of news:rewired explored the topic. This is the archived version of the live blog
This workshop session at news:rewired looked at how journalists, newsrooms and commercial departments may need to take different approaches to analysing their work. This is an archived version of the live blog
During a session on experimentation in the newsroom, today at the news:rewired conference in London, Amanda Farnsworth, head of visual journalism with the BBC, Pat Long, head of news development with the Times and Sunday Times, and Alessio Balbi, head of audience engagement with Gruppo Editoriale L’Espresso (Italy), told delegates about their lessons of starting innovation in a newsroom