Collaborative journalism is now being practised on a scale that constitutes a revolution in the media, found a report published today (29 September) by the Center for Cooperative Media at Montclair State University. Based on interviews with key figures involved in these type of projects, as well as industry events and literature reviews, the paperoutlines six […]
Last autumn, VG and Dagbladet, two of Norway’s most-read tabloid newspapers, began exploring the possibility of collaborating on fact-checking. In December 2016, a small team of journalists, developers and designers from the two organisations started working on the project, called Faktisk. Two more organisations came on board this spring – NRK, Norway’s public broadcaster, and TV 2, the largest commercial […]
How can we make digital editorial collaborations more efficient? Pop-Up Newsroom, a joint initiative from Meedan and Dig Deeper Media, launched in June with the aim of setting up a framework that encourages both editorial and technological innovation.
Our next newsrewired event is less than two months away – this will be Journalism.co.uk’s 19th digital journalism conference, and it will take place on 19 July at Reuters in Canary Wharf, London. As usual, the event will highlight and discuss the latest trends and techniques in journalism through a mix of panel discussions, workshops and spotlight […]
With less than two months to go until newsrewired on 19 July, we are delighted to announce Sasha Koren as the keynote speaker at our 19th digital journalism event held at Reuters in Canary Wharf, London. Sasha is the editor of the Guardian Mobile Innovation Lab in the US, where she co-heads a multidisciplinary team […]
Our 19th newsrewired conference exploring the latest innovations and techniques in digital journalism is only two months away and we have a fantastic lineup of experts joining us on 19 July at Reuters in Canary Wharf, London, from organisations such as The New York Times, Global, Condé Nast International and more. The Journalism.co.uk team is happy […]
Journalism.co.uk’s 17th newsrewired took place last week at Reuters in Canary Wharf, London and we are pleased to have hosted so many delegates who attended the event’s panel discussions, practical workshops and spotlight talks to learn about the latest trends and techniques in digital journalism.
If you were not able to attend or if you are simply looking to refresh your memory and catch up on some of the conversations, this (lengthy) post contains slides from our guest speakers, audio from the sessions and links to our written and multimedia coverage throughout the day.
Our 17th digital journalism conference is just around the corner and with less than two months to go until the event on 20 July, we are delighted to announce Kristen Taylor will kick off the day with a keynote speech at newsrewired.
An audience development specialist and digital storyteller for global media and technology companies, most recently Kristen was the community editor for Serial, the acclaimed podcast produced by WBEZ and This American Life.
During her time with Serial, Kristen managed Serial’s social media presence on Twitter, Facebook, Tumblr, Instagram, Vine and Snapchat, monitoring conversations and interacting with the podcast’s fans as its second season progressed.
360-degree video has been one of the stand-out formats to emerge in 2015, as more social networks start to support it and new, accessible cameras hit the market. At news:rewired yesterday, we heard about the value can it bring in the newsroom, and what resources would media organisations need to get started successfully. A session […]
Dmitry Shishkin, digital editor, BBC World Service, presented the latest experiment from the organisation, using language technology in news production – from machine translation to synthetic voices. The slides and audio from this ‘Spotlight’ session are available below.