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| May 18, 2018 – 12:24 pm | 148 views

With just under two months to go until our next newsrewired digital journalism conference, which takes place on 11 July at Reuters in London, the team at Journalism.co.uk is pleased to announce four more speakers who will be joining us on the day to discuss the latest trends and techniques for newsgathering, storytelling and engaging the audience.

Tickets for the event are currently available for £180+VAT.

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Mobile storytelling tips from CNN

| March 7, 2018 – 5:10 pm | 1,238 views
Eliza Mackintosh, producer, CNN Digital International

When producing stories for mobile audiences, journalists must consider which platform best suits the content, according to CNN International’s digital producer.
Speaking at news:rewired in London today, Eliza Mackintosh discussed mobile-first journalism and shared her insights …

Turning audience metrics into personalised features

| March 7, 2018 – 4:43 pm | 440 views
Turning audience metrics into personalised features

How can newsrooms turn audience metrics into products and services benefitting both their readers and their business? That was the key question at a panel powered by Google’s Digital News Initiative at news:rewired today.
There is …

‘Look for the sweet spot between news and context’ – How to make your live streams more engaging

| March 7, 2018 – 4:25 pm | 445 views
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In a constantly evolving newsroom, journalists are always looking out for interesting ways to enrich the human experience using unique and distinctive formats. Live video, for example, offers audiences real-time coverage of live experiences.
At …

As it happened: News on voice-controlled devices

| March 7, 2018 – 10:03 am | 683 views

The Amazon Echo and Google Assistant are finding their place into people’s homes, helping with various organisational tasks, playing music, giving updates about the weather and… delivering the news. So what kinds of news stories …

As it happened: 10 lessons from De Correspondent about the changing face of news memberships

| March 7, 2018 – 9:18 am | 583 views

In the keynote, Maaike Goslinga and Jessica Best of De Correspondent will outline how the organisation has built a sustainable online platform that restores trust in journalism, and that moves readers to become paying members and expert contributors of its community.
They …

As it happened: The changing relationship between media organisations and their audiences

| March 3, 2018 – 1:39 pm | 280 views

The closing panel looks at the various ways in which news organisations have changed the way they work with their readers or involve them in the research or reporting process, from producing or peer-review stories, …

As it happened: The Credibility Coalition

| March 3, 2018 – 1:37 pm | 261 views

While there have been calls for an increased effort to improve the detection of and response to misinformation, doing so effectively requires a holistic approach, with reputation systems, fact-checking, media literacy, revenue models, and public …

As it happened: Social media beyond the Facebook newsfeed

| March 3, 2018 – 1:24 pm | 313 views

This talk will address the recent Facebook algorithm changes and how publishers have been affected. Yara Silva, acting head of social media at the Daily Mirror, will discuss how the Mirror has been tackling the changes …

As it happened: Live video online

| March 3, 2018 – 12:37 pm | 396 views

From social media to publishers’ own websites, online livestreaming is a popular format, allowing audiences a glimpse of places and stories they would otherwise not experience in real time and favoured by social networks as …

Overperforming: How CrowdTangle is powering newsrooms across Europe

| March 2, 2018 – 12:32 pm | 354 views
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In the past year, 400 news organisations in Europe began powering their journalism with CrowdTangle after Facebook made the social listening tool available free of charge to publishers. From tiny local newspapers to giant digital natives and public broadcasters, CrowdTangle is driving cultural change in newsrooms by giving journalists access to social alerts and analytics. In this session, James Morgan of CrowdTangle will share top insights and show how you can diagnose changes to your audience after the “Meaningful Social Interactions” News Feed ranking update.

James is the new CrowdTangle representative for Europe, Middle East and Africa, having joined Facebook from BBC News in October. He spent nine years as a BBC journalist, with spells as a reporter in Washington and as Digital Editor for Africa. Most recently he was Assistant Editor of the Social team, managing the team that runs the BBC News Facebook, Twitter and Instagram pages.

The next newsrewired digital journalism conference takes place on 7 March at Reuters in London, followed by a day of training on 8 March. A limited number of tickets are still available for £180+VAT.