For those who can’t make it along to news:rewired tomorrow, fear not. We’ll have liveblogging from Wannabe Hacks, video footage from BBC College of Journalism and blogging from freelance journalist Rosie Niven
We round up some of the most innovative contributions to news:rewired, from the permanently out-of-office approach, to video game storytelling, to the location-based social media explosion
Interactives experts explain how a new way of storytelling is making data newsworthy, content compelling, and journalism an easier sell
The BBC College of Journalism will livestreaming parts of the day here on the news:rewired website
As the election fever dies down, the Not on the Wires team share and explain four online resources for reporting politics
As part of an Associated Press Managing Editors’ (APME) training session, videojournalist and visualeditors CEO Robb Montgomery produced the video below on designing news applications for mobile, smartphones and tablets.
Iain Hepburn, digital editor of the Scottish Daily Record and Sunday Mail (and delegate at our news:rewired event in January), shared his thoughts on mobile journalism and podcasting at a recent panel discussion on digital journalism at the Edinburgh Science Festival. A great starting point for our discussion of mobile for journalism and publishing at June’s news:rewired event.
Great advice for anyone covering news:rewired or other conferences related to their niche using video from Andy Plesser, executive producer at video news site Beet.tv.
Media consultant and trainer Justin Kings gave his crowdsourced list of the top 10 essential skills for multimedia journalists to the news:rewired crowd.
If you weren’t able to make the news:rewired session on troubleshooting within online journalism, Adam Tinworth, editorial development for Reed Business Information (RBI), has shared the slides from his presentation detailing what he’s learned from implementing blogs and social media tools with journalists at RBI.