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As it happened: what’s new with push alerts

| July 19, 2017 – 5:02 pm | 376 views
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The final session of the newsrewired conference, in London today, asked what’s new with the good old push notification and examines best practices for engaging audiences via the home screen of their mobile devices.
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As it happened: the diary of a journalist surrounded by coders

| July 19, 2017 – 4:30 pm | 442 views

Albertine Piels is the director of Hackastory. Last year she quit her job as an editor in chief at the Dutch national news station RTLZ to focus on Hackastory, where she works with coders every …

As it happened: audio in the age of social media

| July 19, 2017 – 1:55 pm | 571 views
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The first afternoon session of the newsrewired conference, in London today, asked if radio can go viral and how journalists can make audio more engaging online. This is the archived live blog of the session.

As it happened: political journalism and election reflections

| July 19, 2017 – 11:27 am | 448 views
newsrewired-July2017-Political journalism and election reflections

 

The third live session of the newsrewired conference, in London today, looked at whether there is a need for new approaches to political journalism and the way we cover elections. This is the archived live …

As it happened: Representative media – community and local journalism

| July 19, 2017 – 10:06 am | 279 views
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The second session of the News:rewired conference, in London today, looked at how larger media organisations are connecting with their audience on a local level, and what can they learn from local media. This is …

As it happened: Mobile is dominant in readers’ lives. So why aren’t we talking about it more?

| July 19, 2017 – 9:31 am | 346 views
Newsrewired-July2017-Sasha Koren, editor, Guardian Mobile Innovation Lab, will share some insights into how mobile continues to shape how people consume news, and the complexities and possibilities it brings.

Those of us who spend our lives thinking about the future of news are not talking about mobile as much as we did a few years ago. Instead, we talk about big changes in social …