Article Archive for February 2018
“One important takeaway for the team since launching NOA is that our users will happily listen at length to stories that provide them with added narrative. In fact, the data indicates that our listeners love opinion and analysis style pieces. (Many of them have also told us as much.)
“Their relationship with news, however, is one of lower engagement. A news-centric headline is unlikely to attract as much traffic on the app. And this is despite the fact that turnaround times during our morning and evening recording sessions are often as low as 30 minutes.
“Today, news has turned into a commodity that competes on both timeliness and cost. While this is a market segment that publishers must serve, the successful players will marry this coverage with stories that go beyond the headline to provide insight and perspective (the ‘oh, wow’ or ‘I never thought of it like that’ factors).”
Gareth Hickey is co-founder and chief executive of NOA, a Dublin based audio-journalism company that transforms articles from some of the world’s leading publishers into professionally narrated, spoken word stories. He will speak at newsrewired on 7 March.
As more people welcome virtual assistants into their homes, will voice-controlled devices become a key platform for storytelling and news distribution?
We’ll be discussing the potential of these technologies in an afternoon session at our upcoming newsrewired digital journalism conference, taking place on 7 March in London.
Today, Journalism.co.uk is pleased to announce two more speakers joining the panel to talk voice AI.
Have you ever tried a news game in virtual reality? We’ve got you covered!
At newsrewired, Bianca Wright of Coventry University will share insights into the creation of a VR news game about the Coventry Blitz.
The experience places viewers in the shoes of firefighters attempting to extinguish the blaze at Coventry Cathedral during the Blitz.
Bianca and her team will also demo the experience to delegates interested in trying out a VR news game for themselves.
Newsrewired takes place on 7 March at Reuters in Canary Wharf, London, and tickets are still available for £180+VAT.
The agenda for the newsrewired conference, taking place on 7 March at Reuters in London, is shaping up quickly and today we are pleased to add a new lunchtime masterclass to the programme.
The workshop is hosted by …
Since launching in May, The Membership Puzzle Project, a year-long initiative from NYU’s Studio 20 programme and De Correspondent, has researched more than 100 news organisations, speaking to members and journalists about their expectations and approaches …
When you’re not listening and participating in our panel discussions and workshops at newsrewired, why not check out our exhibitor stands, where you can find out about some of the latest tools, technology and services …
Artificial intelligence (AI) is already transforming the way we live and its influence on society is only going to grow. In a spotlight at newsrewired on 7 March, we will explore how AI is currently …
With only a few weeks to go until the next newsrewired digital journalism conference, taking place on 7 March at Reuters in London, the Journalism.co.uk team is pleased to announce two more speakers joining us on the day.
Experts from CNN and Reuters will join other key figures in digital media to discuss the latest trends and techniques in journalism and storytelling, offering practical insights and tips to delegates.
Tickets for the event are still available and cost £180+VAT.
Two new speakers join us at newsrewired, 7 March, to talk mobile reporting and peer-reviewed journalism
At Journalism.co.uk we are working on the preparations for our upcoming newsrewired digital journalism conference, taking place on 7 March at Reuters in Canary Wharf, London. We have published a draft agenda which you can see on this site, and which we are constantly updating as we are able to confirm new speakers and sessions.
Today we are pleased to announce two more speakers joining us on the day, discussing the changing relationship between media and audiences, and mobile workflows for journalists respectively.