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Ahead of news:rewired on Friday 19 April we’re pleased to say The Georgian House is again kindly offering delegates a 10 per cent discount on rooms for Thursday 18th April, Friday 19 April and Saturday 20 April.
The four-star bed and breakfast is located near to Victoria Station and just a 10 to 15 minute walk from the event venue at MSN UK, Cardinal Place, 100 Victoria Street, London, SW1E 5JL.
ScribbleLive chief executive Michael De Monte will be speaking at news:rewired on a session dedicated to curation and the role of the journalist as manager
We’re pleased to announce analytics and content optimisation platform Parse.ly as the latest sponsors of digital journalism conference news:rewired – digital stories.
Journalism.co.uk’s one-day conference takes place on Thursday 6 December at MSN UK’s offices in Victoria, London.
The day will be geared towards equipping delegates with knowledge of the latest techniques and tools for producing top-notch digital journalism, as well as offering insight into some of the innovative projects evolving within today’s newsrooms, and outside of them. See the agenda here.
Parse.ly is a predictive analytics and content optimisation platform for online publishers. Its flagship product, Dash, is a comprehensive analytics platform built to support decision-making at the editorial level, streamline reporting at the analyst level, surface opportunities on marketing content to a larger audience, and provide product value through its robust API and personalised content recommendation technology.
Award-winning digital agency Adido are the latest sponsor of digital journalism conference news:rewired – digital stories, which takes place on Thursday 6 December.
Adido’s user experience consultant Marc Downer will join the user experience panel at news:rewired – digital stories, to discuss the ways users interact with news on mobile devices, including a look at factors such as “the bailout point” and “keeping the finger happy”, as discussed in a recent eye-tracking study from Poynter.
Tickets for news:rewired are selling fast, but there are still some available which can be purchased at this link for just £130 (+VAT). Lunch and refreshments will also be provided at the day-long event, as well as networking drinks afterwards.
There is also a news:rewired PLUS ticket option for just £310 (+VAT), which includes both a day’s intensive training on the Wednesday (5 December) and the day-long conference on the Thursday (6 December). Delegates can choose one of two options for the day of intensive training: Introduction to Data Journalism, run by Paul Bradshaw or Online Media Law, run by David Banks.
Some of the photos of news:rewired – full stream ahead.
Pictures are being added throughout the day.
You can follow the digital journalism conference by following the #newsrw hashtag
We are pleased to announce NewsCred as the latest sponsor of news:rewired – full stream ahead, Journalism.co.uk’s digital journalism conference.
The one-day event, which takes place on Friday (13 July) at MSN UK’s offices in Victoria, will be focused on the latest tools, techniques and tips on how to produce the best journalism online and make it earn its keep, with innovative case studies from the industry. Here’s the full agenda.
NewsCred licenses, curates and syndicates full-text news articles, images and videos from over 800 of the world’s highest quality sources, ranging from original work by award-winning columnists to captivating editorials from publishers like The Economist, the Guardian, Forbes, Bloomberg and many more.
At the time of writing there are just three tickets left for Friday’s conference, so buy yours for just £130 (+VAT) at this link to avoid disappointment.
With just two weeks until news:rewired – media in motion we’re proud to announce Business Wire as the sponsor of lunch on the day of the event
This post features presentations from some of the speakers who appeared on the panel for session 2B at news:rewired, which included Turi Munthe, founder, Demotix; Philip Trippenbach, editor-in-chief, Citizenside; Rick Waghorn, founder, Addiply and Henry Peirse, founder and CEO of GRN.
This post is the latest in a series published in the lead up to news:rewired – connected journalism, where we compile a collection of links on each session topic, to offer some useful background reading for delegates before the event.
In this post we look at session 2B, which will cover some of the business models currently being built and adopted within community-focused journalism. While other sessions in the day will look at how journalists can collaborate to improve their journalism, this panel will discuss the different ways the community can help to fund certain forms of journalism, either directly, or by producing content which is of value to publishers.
The final session of news:rewired – connected journalism will look at some of the key issues raised in a world of participatory journalism: the “digital-first” mentality, the values and standards of the link economy and the role and responsibilities of journalists and news organisation as active members of the open-web community.
Speakers already confirmed for this session are Steve Herrmann, editor of BBC News Online, and Anthony De Rosa, social media editor at Reuters (via Skype). More speakers will be announced shortly.