Articles by Rachel Bartlett
Rachel Bartlett is editor of Journalism.co.uk
Beckett, previously programme editor for broadcasters including Channel 4 News and the BBC, will discuss the past, present and future of networked journalism, drawing on his extensive research and interest in the topic of participatory journalism and the growing examples of collaborative efforts within the news industry.
You can still buy tickets for news:rewired – connected journalism at this link.
Tableau’s senior product consultant, Andy Cotgreave, will join the integrated storytelling panel at news:rewired – connected journalism.
Tableau Public is a free software application that allows journalists to create interactive charts and share them online. The software features an intuitive drag and drop interface and does not require any computer programming skills to operate.
This post offers a collection of resources for session 1B, which will look at strategies for creating a buzz through continued and enhanced community engagement, offering insight into the new and innovative ways news outlets and journalists are using social media and internal platforms to keep the community alive, engaged and contributing.
Speakers on the panel will include Laura Oliver, community co-ordinator, news, the Guardian and Kate Day, social media and engagement editor, the Daily Telegraph. More speakers are still to be announced.
The New York Times is collaborating with YouTube and curation platform Storyful in a bid to collect videos from the public answering questions about what 9/11 meant to them
We catch up with some of the delegates at the end of the latest news:rewired event – noise to signal, to ask them what they thought of the line-up, what they will take away from the sessions, and how they will follow up on some of the lessons from the day
This post offers presentations from Session 2B – Social media strategy featuring: Jack Riley, head of digital audience and content development, the Independent; Stefan Stern, director of strategy, Edelman; Mark Jones, global communities editor, Reuters News; Mark Johnson, community editor, the Economist and Suw Charman-Anderson, social technologist.
This post offers presentations from Session 1B – Sorting the social media chaos featuring: Nicola Hughes, data journalist, Data Miner UK; Alex Gubbay, social media editor, BBC News; Neal Mann, freelance field producer, Sky News and Fergus Bell, senior producer, Associated Press. Moderated by Suw Charman-Anderson, social technologist.
We catch up with some of the delegates at the end of the latest news:rewired event – beyond the story, to ask them what their favourite sessions were, what they will take away from the day’s events and what they thought of the line-up
The one-day event looked at the processes and technology beyond producing content which could help make journalism more powerful. Sessions included discussions on building a community from scratch, search engine optimisation, linked data and the semantic web and the digital production desk.
On 25 June, journalists and media professionals attended Journalism.co.uk’s latest news:rewired event, the nouveau niche. After plenty of debate and discussion, we caught up with a handful of delegates to hear their thoughts on the day
Our final panellists at news:rewired – the nouveau niche did their best to challenge, provoke and predict what’s next for niche journalism. Are specialist journalists too focused on ‘the story’? How do you serve a niche audience and attract new readers? Speaking to them off-stage, we probed a little further in this video.