The BBC College of Journalism, set to go live online very soon, is to partner Journalism.co.uk’s 10th anniversary event, news:rewired on Thursday 14 January 2010.
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.
We’ve published a list of some of the delegates so far, a mixture of digital editors, freelance journalists and educators working across all sectors of the industry.
If you’re thinking about coming to news:rewired (and we strongly suggest you do, but we’re biased), then here’s an added incentive to book now:
Decide what your ultimate goal for your business is. Is it a) to make you rich or is it b) a lifestyle choice, ie a business that will give you a reasonable income and the lifestyle you want, where you want it? If a) is your sole aim, think seriously about basing your business on […]
Are you a journalist 24/7? Does the company you work for own you? Does it harm your credibility as a journalist if you share personal opinions online? Are some opinions more appropriate to share than others? These are just some of many questions raised by the recent debates on journalists and social media. Over on […]
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By Heather Christie Journalism students seeking employment at online media companies are in fact more likely to find a job at a mainstream print news organisation than their peers who desire only a traditional career, says Joanna Geary, web development editor for the Times. Speaking on Tuesday at a panel hosted by City University’s School […]
By Judith Townend, senior reporter, Journalism.co.uk It doesn’t sound likely but it’s true: Google is helping publishers restrict user access to news content. But it only affects those publishers who are behind pay walls and also want to be indexed by Google. Google has updated its ‘First-Click-Free’ system allowing subscription/registration publishers to restrict users’ free […]