Newsrewired has always highlighted the latest trends, techniques and tools for digital journalists, and in that spirit, we will be featuring four great services for individual journalists and media organisations at our next event in London on 19 July.
In a world of too much content and information, everyone needs a good librarian. As such, Bibblio empowers audiences to discover great resources and broaden their horizons. Using Bibblio’s API and pre-designed modules, you can automatically make your non-fiction content more discoverable.
Create your digital portfolio on Wakelet to showcase all your work in one place. Wakelet lets you contextualise your stories, showcase your strengths, and ensure that people don’t have to scour the internet for your articles. Provide a one link solution when it comes to sending your stories to publications and agents – and building your personal brand.
PeoplePerHour.com is a marketplace connecting small businesses and freelancers all over the world in a trusted environment where they buy and sell services to each other. Thousands of small businesses use the site every day to find and hire top talent.
Garland is the recognised leader in delivering digital video solutions in the UK and beyond. The team has served many of the UK’s most prominent organisations and provided the technology behind many of the world’s leading events.
Meet the teams in the lounge throughout the day, and don’t forget to drop by the Facebook help desk.
Haven’t registered for the event yet? A limited number of tickets for newsrewired are still available and cost £180+VAT. See the full agenda for the day here, including speakers from CNN, NYT, the Guardian, Global, Condé Nast International and more.
As practical, hands-on learning is at the heart of newsrewired, Journalism.co.uk is also hosting a full day of training after the conference, on 20 July, where delegates can learn more about 360-degree video, digital storytelling, and social video. Find out more about the training day and how to register here.