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Normally Journalism.co.uk is used to doing its own event reporting, but since we are going to be quite busy managing and moderating the day itself, we’ve brought some extra help on board.
We’re very happy to …
The Press Association (PA) has signed up as a media partner for Journalism.co.uk’s digital journalism event news:rewired.
Adam Westbrook, freelance journalist and multimedia producer (and one of the speakers at the practical journalism event news:rewired, City University London, 14 January 2010), makes his predictions for journalism next year.
10 trends in journalism for …
news:rewired is proud to announce Audioboo as one of our event sponsors.
The BBC College of Journalism, set to go live online very soon, is to partner Journalism.co.uk’s 10th anniversary event, news:rewired on Thursday 14 January 2010.
We’ve published a list of some of the delegates so far, a mixture of digital editors, freelance journalists and educators working across all sectors of the industry.
If you’re thinking about coming to news:rewired (and we strongly suggest you do, but we’re biased), then here’s an added incentive to book now:
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The first news:rewired event took place on 14 January 2010 at City University London.
news:rewired was a one-day event for working journalists, trainees, journalism students and academics to learn new multimedia, social media and online skills from those with first-hand experience. It provided first-hand advice on using new technologies, tools and skills for online journalism and practical case studies from those who are pioneering new techniques in journalism.
news:rewired was brought to you by Journalism.co.uk, the UK’s essential site for journalists. It was supported by the BBC College of Journalism, the Press Association, Cision, AudioBoo and Blinked.TV.