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On Thursday 16 December Journalism.co.uk will bring you news:rewired – beyond the story, offering practical advice from experts in journalism and digital publishing. The day-long event will look at the processes and technology beyond producing content that can make your journalism and communications more powerful.
The sessions will include: building communities for content from scratch; search engine optimisation for specialist publishers; new business ideas; building a brand and what linked data and the semantic web mean for journalists.
Take a closer look at the event with our video and hear more on the topics to be discussed from three of our scheduled speakers. Malcolm Coles, director of Digital Sparkle explains why effective SEO is often missing from publisher websites and how to rectify this; Rory Brown from Briefing Media discusses the necessary attributes of a media entrepreneur; and the Guardian’s Martin Belam talks about the importance of linked data and the semantic web to journalists in an increasingly open data world.
Journalism.co.uk’s next news:rewired event will take place on 16 December at Microsoft UK’s London office.
news:rewired – beyond the story
What’s it about?
It’s a one-day event for journalists and communications professionals who want to learn more about building a brand and digital products to support and share their content. This event, which focuses on practical advice from experts in journalism and digital publishing, will look at the processes and technology involved beyond producing content that can make your journalism and communications more powerful.
The sessions will cover: building communities for content from scratch; search engine optimisation for specialist publishers; new business ideas and product management; and what linked data and the semantic web mean for journalists.
Who’s it for?
news:rewired events are for: working journalists with an interest in digital media; media trainers and students; journalism and communications academics; PR and communications professionals; and anyone interested in where the journalism and media industries are headed.
How can I get involved?
More information on speakers is available here. You can subscribe to this site to receive updates about the event at this link, or email laura [at] journalism.co.uk for more information.
Early-bird tickets will be available until 29 October at a reduced price of £80 (+VAT). To get yours click the Tickets tab or go to this link.
After 29 October ticket prices will rise to £100 (+VAT). For information about tickets and availability email ed [at] journalism.co.uk.
Journalism.co.uk’s news:rewired – the nouveau niche event took take place on 25 June 2010 at Microsoft UK’s London office.
The aim was a one-day event for journalists and communications professionals with a specialist subject or beat, offering new, practical ideas for online publishing. It was a follow up to our first conference in January with more of a niche focus this time around.
We’re busy collecting all the blog posts, tweets, videos and more from the day at this link. You’ll also be able to see presentations from our speakers on the website soon. If you came and want to catch up, or couldn’t make it, it’s worth checking out coverage of the day from our reporters Rachel McAthy and Patrick Smith and the liveblog of tweets from the day.
You can also see who’s been tweeting about the event under the hashtag #newsrw on our tweetwall.
Journalism.co.uk’s next news:rewired event will take place on 25 June 2010 at Microsoft UK’s London office.
news:rewired – the nouveau niche
It’s a one-day event for journalists and communications professionals with a specialist subject or beat. Whether you follow a specific industry or a localised community, we hope you’ll come away with new practical ideas for online publishing.
More information on speakers and the day’s agenda is available here. Tickets cost £100 +VAT. They can be booked here. PLEASE NOTE: this event is now sold out. Last minute places may become available – please telephone 01273 384293 or email edatjournalism.co.uk to check for availability.
How to follow the event online:
This Cover It Live blog will pick up all the tweets and blog posts tagged #newsrw
UltraKnowledge will be supplying a tweetwall, which can be viewed here
The BBC College of Journalism will be streaming video live (links to follow)
The first news:rewired event took place on 14 January 2010 at City University London and you can read some of the coverage here.
We’re now starting to plan our next event – focusing on journalists with a specialism, whether that’s working for a niche publisher, reporting for a B2B title or trawling your local area for stories.
We’ve got our own ideas about what should be on the agenda and who we’d like to speak, but we’re open to suggestions, offers of support and sponsorship.
Leave a comment below or email events [at] newsrewired.com.
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.
“There has never been a more exciting time to be a journalist,” said Channel 4 news presenter Jon Snow earlier this year.
It’s fair to say there’s never been a more challenging time either, as economic, social and technological developments irreversibly change the shape of the newsroom and the face of the media landscape.
To help the industry navigate its way through this new terrain, Journalism.co.uk is pleased to introduce news:rewired, a brand new one-day journalism event for 2010 at City University. We’re gathering together some of the best people on the UK digital news scene to present what they do and how they do it. Everyone is welcome, whether from one-person media enterprises to large news organisations.