To assure the safety of our attendees, speakers and staff, the Newsrewired conference will take place online. A link to the livestream event will be shared with registered attendees. Online access to all session recordings, including slides, presentations and a summary of key takeaways from the conference, will be available on-demand to registered attendees shortly after the live sessions.
Here is what happens during non-pandemic times: twice a year, around 200 delegates gather at Newsrewired to join the conversation about the latest trends in digital publishing. They are editors, directors of media companies, journalists, communication professionals, marketing and technology providers, and academics.
What past delegates said:
Consistently one of the best journalism conferences in Europe.
– Corinne Podger, digital media consultant
Newsrewired is a key media conference to look forward to each year. There are always great topics, great speakers, bringing you a wealth of important information.
– Thomas Baekdal, media analyst
An inspiring day – I left brimming with ideas. The future of digital journalism is bright!
– Emma Mason, digital editor, BBC History Magazine
Very unusual! I took something with me from every session. Brilliant!
– Johan Linden, project manager future of news, Swedish Television
The Newsrewired conference has helped me look at new ideas outside my newsroom to help improve my work inside the newsroom.
– Sian Elvin, social media editor, My London Online
Fun, forward-facing look at modern media.
– Gareth Evans, online editor, Bauer Media
Learnt a great deal more about the industry by attending this event.
– Adam Stephens, freelance journalist
Great value, very topical and well attended.
– Ali Al-Assam, senior vice-president MENA BD, PPI Media
Newsrewired encourages outside-the-box thinking through insights and discussion with some of the industry’s most creative thinkers.
– Yusof Abdul-Rahman, global video news editor, The Associated Press
Putting together big brains and key innovators in one room. Unmissable for networking, too.
– Gavin Allen, digital journalism lecturer, Cardiff University Journalism School
Attendees May 2021
*Please note that only attendees who consented to have their name published are listed
Chris Achilleos, deputy head of digital, ITV News | UK
Lamija Aleckovic, owner, Level L Media Consulting | Croatia
Julia Bicknell, executive editor and director, World Watch Monitor | UK
Drew Cherry, editorial director, NHST Global Publications | Norway
John Crowley, freelance editor | UK
Assiah Hamed, freelance journalist | UK
Steve Hill, course leader, University of Westminster | UK
Bree Johnson, journalist, | UK
Stale de Lange Kofoed, associate director, The Norwegian Institute of Journalism | Norway
Stephanie Kowalski, freelance content creator | Germany
Evalyn Lee, freelance writer | UK
Kathryn Lurie, global social media manager, Reuters | USA
Lexi Mills, CEO, Shift6 Studios Ltd | UK
Robb Montgomery, director, Smart Film School | Germany
Andy Pierce, editorial product manager, NHST Global Publications | Norway
Corinne Podger, director, The Digital Skills Agency | Australia
Christina Quast, freelance content creator | Germany
Dickon Ross, editor in chief, IET | UK
Russell Smith, news editor, digital development, BBC | UK
Anca Toader, digital innovation lead, BBC Media Action | UK
Edward Upright, story editor, CNN | UK
Jeremy Walters, editor-in-chief, What’s New in Publishing | UK
Matt Williams, executive digital editor, ITV News | UK
Jenna Zucker, deputy editor, Reuters | USA
If you would like to suggest a session or a talk or sponsor the event, please get in touch by emailing marcela @ journalism.co.uk.