Multimedia

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David Dunkley Gyimah: Videojournalism – has it lived up to expectation?

David Dunkley Gyimah is a senior lecturer in videojournalism and online at the University of Westminster, a PhD Student at SMARTlab in innovative media and artist in residence at the Southbank Centre. He will speaking about videojournalism and multimedia for journalists at news:rewired.

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33 social media and broadcasting tips

One of our news:rewired speakers, Justin Kings – also known as @newsleader – spent a morning tweeting some excellent social media and broadcasting tips, all tagged #newsrw. In case you missed them, here they are in full. (Read more about Justin and his work at this link. His own blog is http://newsleadermediaconsultancy.blogspot.com/) 1. Big picture […]

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Broadcasting and social media tips from @newsleader: follow on Twitter!

Today @newsleader aka Justin Kings is tweeting social media and broadcasting tips all morning – which will be tagged #newsrw. Yes, that’s right – he’s just as excited as us about next week’s news:rewired event – now sold out. Missed out this time? Register your interest here. In the meantime, enjoy today’s @newsleader tips. Follow […]

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Speaker Q&A: Ruth Barnett, Sky News online politics producer

In the latest of our Q&As we talk to Ruth Barnett, social media correspondent for Sky News – who this week begins a new political role for the organisation’s Westminster bureau. She joined the broadcaster in 2007 as a multimedia producer and was appointed as Twitter correspondent in March 2009, before taking on her most […]

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Social media tips by @newsleader: 9.30am on Wednesday 6 January

With just over a week to go until news:rewired, one of our multimedia speakers, Justin Kings, is helping us get ready with a day of tweeted tips. We’ll be posting them on this blog, and re-tweeting them via @newsrewired. They’ll originally go out from @newsleader from 9.30 am tomorrow (Wednesday 6 January) and will be […]

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Speaker Q&A: Jessica Reed, Guardian.co.uk’s Comment is Free

In our latest speaker Q&A we ask Jessica Reed, editorial assistant for the Guardian’s Comment is Free site, about her job and what it involves. Prior to joining the Guardian she worked as a participation editor for non-profit human rights and democracy news site openDemocracy, where she was responsible for contributing blogs and bloggers. At […]

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Speaker Q&A: Kate Day, communities editor, Telegraph.co.uk

news:rewired is asking its speakers to tell us more about themselves. We put some questions to Kate Day, communities editor at the Telegraph. Kate will be moderating and participating in a morning session on social media for journalists; and an afternoon session on crowdsourcing and collaboration. So what exactly do you do at the Telegraph? […]

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