Over the past week, we’ve added two Spotlight talks to the programme of our next newsrewired event, taking place on 19 July at Reuters in Canary Wharf, London.
Tomorrow afternoon, delegates will be able to find out more about what makes an engaging headline for social media from BuzzSumo, and get advice for applying for funding for editorial projects from CosaVostra.
The programme for newsrewired is packed with panels, workshops, and talks about the latest trends and techniques in digital journalism. If you’d like to attend tomorrow but haven’t signed up yet, we still have a handful of tickets available here.
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The most engaging Facebook headlines: Insights from 100 million posts
Which phrases in headlines are the most effective in encouraging people to engage with articles on Facebook? To find out, BuzzSumo undertook a major research study. The results will make you rethink crafting engaging headlines.
How to get funding for your innovative projects
CosaVostra has had an 85 per cent success rate in obtaining funding for partners in the latest round of Google’s Digital News Initiative. The team will share insights into fostering an R&D culture within your company and getting your innovative projects off the ground.
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. Enjoy free content, Watch Adult Comics , and also watch porn comics. Thrilling xxx stories with the most famous characters at 3dcomix.org
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.
Many thanks to BuzzSumo and CosaVostra for supporting newsrewired!