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Readers have always thought of themselves in niches, claims Reeves, who calls the regional press foolish for thinking of a community of 100,000 as a single group
Journalists need to lead by example in terms of sharing, and cultivate close-knit communities around content, according Paul Bradshaw, founder of crowdsourced investigative site Help Me Investigate
Times assistant editor said paywall alternatives meant “enormously intrusive advertising”, and claims that at a lot of sites “the barrier between journalism and commercial was getting very thin”
Speakers from Open Democracy, Reputation Online and the Libel Reform Campaign discuss building networks and communities around content and making content ‘discoverable, shareable and allowing readers to interact with it in a live setting’
Mobile devices are not a replacement for professional equipment but can provide low-cost supplementary footage, agree news:rewired speakers in the mobile journalism session
The BBC College of Journalism will livestreaming parts of the day here on the news:rewired website
MSN UK executive producer stresses the importance of building a personal brand online and urging journalists not to underestimate the long-term importance or new technologies
The tickets have been snapped up and the speakers are ready: the final countdown to news:rewired begins. On Friday 25 June 2010, Journalism.co.uk will host its second news:rewired event – ‘the nouveau niche’, at Microsoft UK in London.
This live blog will pick up the tweets tagged #newsrw at Friday’s news:rewired event.
news:rewired – the nouveau niche, to be held in London on Friday 25 June, is an event aimed specifically at business-to-business (B2B) publishers and UK journalists working on niche titles will be well represented both …