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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 …
Newsrewired has always highlighted the latest trends, techniques and tools for digital journalists, and in that spirit, we will be featuring four great services for individual journalists and media organisations at our next event in …
The Journalism.co.uk team has been hard at work making the final preparations for the newsrewired digital journalism conference, taking place at Reuters in London next week on 19 July. In between prepping the information sheets for delegates and the swag bags, we have also added two more speakers to our panel on election reporting and political journalism.
We are very happy to announce that Anushka Asthana, joint political editor, the Guardian, and Christian Broughton, editor, The Independent, will be joining a panel discussing election coverage, reporting on polls, and making political journalism more engaging, alongside Guy Faulconbridge, Reuters UK bureau chief, and Kate McCann, senior political correspondent at The Telegraph.
How can you reach the untold stories in your patch? Are there blank spots in local coverage? Can national news outlets be truly representative of the audience they serve and burst through the London or Paris bubble?
The opening panel at newsrewired on 19 July explores how news organisations of various sizes relate to local news, how they find stories in their communities and how they report beyond the location of their main offices in large cities.
The Journalism.co.uk team is happy to announce two more speakers will be joining us for the session, from Archant and the Hackney Citizen.
Could your election coverage use a refresh? Are you striking the right balance between covering the day-to-day goings on in Parliament and covering the concerns of constituents? Do you think political journalism is in dire need of new approaches and some innovation?
With the next newsrewired digital journalism conference fast approaching (19 July, London), the Journalism.co.uk team has added a new panel to the agenda to help delegates find answers to the questions above.
Speakers from The Telegraph and Reuters will discuss their organisations’ take on election coverage, the role polls should play in the reporting, the ‘surprise’ factor in the result of the EU Referendum, the US election, and the UK general election, and the current state of political journalism.
Delegates at newsrewired on 19 July will be able to drop by the Facebook help desk during the day to discuss products, engineering, get advice on how to best use the platform, and find out more about the work Facebook is doing around false news, training, and journalists’ safety.
The Facebook Journalism Project launched in January with three key aims: collaborative development of news products; training and tools for journalists, including e-learning courses and support for working with eyewitness media; and training and tools for everyone, promoting news literacy and working on tools to curb news hoaxes.
If you’re interested in dropping by the Facebook help desk at newsrewired, please keep an eye on your email inbox – we’ll send you a short form over the next few days to find out which areas of discussion are of interest to you in order to make sure the help desk is staffed with the specialists you need.
Newsrewired takes place on 19 July at the Reuters office in Canary Wharf, London, and tickets cost £180+VAT.
Practical learning is at the heart of the event, and attendees will hear about the latest trends and techniques in digital journalism through a mixture of panels, workshops and spotlight talks throughout the day.
There’s only one month left until the next newsrewired digital journalism conference (19 July, London), and the Journalism.co.uk team is happy to announce Google News Lab will be supporting our event and hosting a workshop on newsgathering and storytelling tools.
This newsgathering and visualisation session will equip you with both practical research and verification tips, and highlight a fresh way to create compelling audio visual content for your websites. It will highlight the digital tools to help you verify social media content across Google and beyond, with case studies and examples, as well as showcase tools that will help journalists bring their imagery and audio alive.
With the next newsrewired fast approaching, the Journalism.co.uk team is pleased to announce more speakers will be joining us on stage to discuss the latest trends and techniques in digital journalism, including key figures from CNN, Le Monde, The Centre for Community Journalism, and Al Jazeera.
The newsrewired conference takes place on 19 July at the Reuters HQ in Canary Wharf, London, followed by a full day of training on 20 July exploring 360-degree video, digital storytelling, and social video.
The next newsrewired digital journalism conference takes place on 19 July at Reuters in Canary Wharf, London. It will be followed by a full day of training on 20 July, where newsrewired+ delegates can choose to attend one hands-on workshop to consolidate their skills in digital storytelling and 360-degree video.
Today we are pleased to announce an additional workshop delegates can attend on 20 July, designed to develop the social video skills of attendees.
Journalism.co.uk’s next newsrewired conference is taking place on 19-20 July in London. We’re pleased to announce we have partnered up with the folk at Byline Festival to run an exciting competition for our delegates: buy your newsrewired or newsrewired+ tickets before 31 May, and you’ll be entered into a draw to win 2 tickets to Byline Festival, an independent journalism festival taking place between 2-4 June in East Sussex, United Kingdom.
Byline Festival is the world’s first ever festival dedicated to the new expressions of journalism and dissent, bringing together in the Ashdown Forest bloggers, hackers, podcasters, documentary makers, activists, data experts, foreign reporters, open source specialists, lawyers, investigators, cartoonists and satirists. The festival will also feature The Bad Press Awards hosted by John Cleese.