news:rewired is asking its speakers to tell us more about themselves. Next up is SoGlos.com’s deputy editor James Fryer on launching an independent, online-only media business.
news:rewired is asking its speakers to tell us more about themselves. Next up is New Statesman deputy editor Jon Bernstein on the challenges of working as a multimedia journalist.
Justin Kings runs newsleader media consultancy, specialising in news/talk radio and multi-media projects across the United Kingdom and Europe. He will be talking about putting multimedia into practice at news:rewired.
Why is the future of journalism entrepreneurial? “Because it can be,” says Jeff Jarvis, and he’s right. [http://www.buzzmachine.com/2009/11/01/the-future-of-journalism-is-entrepreneurial/]
mySociety is behind some of the most innovative citizen and community projects in the UK: TheyWorkForYou, WhatDoTheyKnow, FixMyStreet, Mapumental, No. 10 Petitions site, PledgeBank, WriteToThem, and others. Its senior developer, Francis Irving, has worked for the charity since 2004 and will be talking about collaborative data projects at news:rewired, along with data expert Tony Hirst, from the Open University.
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 2010 from Adam Westbrook on Vimeo.
news:rewired is asking its speakers to tell us more about themselves. Next up is freelance multimedia journalist Adam Westbrook, on how using different media benefits his journalism.
news:rewired is asking its speakers to tell us more about themselves. First is Mark Rock, founder of Audioboo, on how it can be used as a tool for news. The full line-up of speakers is at this link.