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David Dunkley Gyimah: Videojournalism – has it lived up to expectation?

| January 7, 2010 – 11:43 am | 6,372 views

David Dunkley Gyimah is a senior lecturer in videojournalism and online at the University of Westminster, a PhD Student at SMARTlab in innovative media and artist in residence at the Southbank Centre. He will speaking about videojournalism and multimedia for journalists at news:rewired.

David Dunkley Gyimah

| December 22, 2009 – 4:54 pm | 4,479 views

David Dunkley Gyimah is one of the UK’s leading videojournalists, multimedia journalists and trainers.
He’s currently a senior lecturer; artist-in-residence at the prestigious South Bank Centre; and a pioneer of a style called Intergrated Multimedia Video …

Presentations from session #1A: online video journalism

| February 13, 2012 – 10:12 am | 4,266 views
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Presentations from session #1A, which featured: Christian Heilmann, Mozilla Popcorn; Josh de la Mare, editor of video, Financial Times; John Domokos, video producer, the Guardian and David Dunkley Gyimah, video journalist, academic and consultant.

Video: Videojournalism – past, present and future

| January 15, 2010 – 3:51 pm | 4,024 views

David Dunkley Gyimah, award-winning videojournalist and Southbank artist-in-residence, opens a debate on what’s next for videojournalism.

#newsrw: ‘Content is King’ for online video

| February 3, 2012 – 3:12 pm | 4,443 views
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‘Video on the web should use the web’, Christian Heilmann, developer evangelist for Mozilla told the session on online video journalism

LIVE: Session 1A – Online video

| February 3, 2012 – 11:21 am | 4,206 views

Most publishers will have at least dipped their toe into the pool of online video, but what does it take to really make a splash in this area, and reap the traffic rewards? This session will feature innovative case studies of cutting-edge online video which can enhance the way content is presented and shared, as well as top tips from experienced online video journalists, publishers and those leading key developments in web-native video about the opportunities to be exploited through the online medium.

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Six things to ‘forget’ to make better video

| January 24, 2012 – 2:07 pm | 6,536 views

Multimedia journalist, blogger and lecturer Adam Westbrook shares six lessons he recommends be forgotten by those who wish to be innovative in online video journalism, one of the topics to be discussed at news:rewired – media in motion


| January 19, 2010 – 3:54 pm | 10,221 views

News:rewired was a high trending topic on Twitter: catch-up with #newsrw conversation at this link. There was a liveblog tracking tweets at this link. The BBC College of Journalism filmed parts of the day and …

news:rewired livestream – starts 10.30am

| January 14, 2010 – 9:24 am | 3,858 views

Live stream from news:rewired at City University London:
Follow this link to view the news:rewired livestream

Keynote, 10:30 – 10:45, Oliver Thompson lecture theatre, by George Brock, head of journalism department, City University.

Presentation, 10:45 – 11.10, Oliver …

Put the date in your diary: Thursday 14 January, 2010

| November 4, 2009 – 4:27 pm | 7,557 views

“There has never been a more exciting time to be a journalist,” said Channel 4 news presenter Jon Snow earlier this year.

It’s fair to say there’s never been a more challenging time either, as economic, social and technological developments irreversibly change the shape of the newsroom and the face of the media landscape.

To help the industry navigate its way through this new terrain, Journalism.co.uk is pleased to introduce news:rewired, a brand new one-day journalism event for 2010 at City University. We’re gathering together some of the best people on the UK digital news scene to present what they do and how they do it. Everyone is welcome, whether from one-person media enterprises to large news organisations.