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In this session of the news:rewired conference, Pat Long, head of news development, The Times and The Sunday Times, explained the title’s new digital publishing model and how that works in practice in the 24/7 breaking news environment the …
The next news:rewired digital journalism conference is taking place in just two weeks, and we are pleased to announce Arria as the latest sponsor of the event.
Based in London, the company has developed a software that can automatically produce written articles and reports in a variety of formats, as well as graphs and audio soundbites.
The event, organised by Journalism.co.uk, takes place on 1 December 2015 at the MSN UK offices in Victoria London.
The day will offer a mix of practical workshops and panel discussions looking at the latest techniques and trends in digital journalism.
Smartwatches, virtual reality, community engagement and live news – all hot topics in the world of digital journalism that are either central to how modern newsrooms work or are just around the corner.
Thankfully, we’ve invited some of the best minds in the industry on these subjects to share their work and experience at the next news:rewired conference in July.
The newly-appointed editor of Buzzfeed UK , former social media editor of NME Luke Lewis, has a wealth of experience in building online communities.
As publications become more social-media savvy, editors are beginning to realise the importance of asking readers for feedback. What they too often forget, as Lewis told the news:rewired conference in London today, is the crucial “second part” of actually responding.
Online communities have become integral to news organisations both big and small, here are the pick of the tips from speakers on the session at news:rewired
Madhav Chinnappa and Stephen Rosenthal share Google tools for journalists
Luke Lewis, editor of BuzzFeed UK and former NME.com editor, shared him advice on building up networks on Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr and other platforms.
This session at news:rewired looked at start-up journalism projects and heard from those behind them about their experiences and making a profit with new business models.
Adam Westbrook, video journalist, lecturer and founder of Inside the Story; Stuart Goulden, founder and managing director, One&Other; James Fyrne, co-founder and publisher, SoGlos
In a session on social media optimisation at news:rewired – media in motion, Nate Lanxon, editor, Wired.co.uk; Chris Hamilton, social media editor, BBC News; Martin Belam, user experience lead, the Guardian; and Darren Waters, head of devices and social media, MSN UK will explain how they reach audiences with social media. Here are links to articles with interesting facts and figures on SMO.
One of the sessions at news:rewired – media in motion will look at the latest trends in online video journalism. This post has links to inspire ahead of the conference