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| October 16, 2017 – 3:44 pm | 312 views

Last week we announced the agenda for our next newsrewired event, which is taking place on 22-23 November at Reuters, in Canary Wharf, London.

Through a mix of panel discussions, workshops and spotlight talks, delegates will have the chance to explore topics such as editorial collaboration, storytelling for mobile and open-source tools for newsrooms, and bring back practical learnings to their organisations.

Today, Journalism.co.uk is happy to announce four more speakers who will be joining us on the day, from outlets including Quartz, The Economist, and Swedish Radio.

Tickets for newsrewired on 22 November are still available, and cost £180+VAT. Other sessions at the event include workshops on open-source tools for newsrooms and graphic novel journalism, as well as a spotlight talk about the print and digital strategy of Monocle magazine. Check out the agenda and who else will be speaking, and keep your eyes peeled for our keynote announcement soon!

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#newsrw: Student online enthusiasts will probably end up in the mainstream, says @timesjoanna

| December 3, 2009 – 4:35 pm | 3,578 views

By Heather Christie
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#newsrw: Is Google helping publishers restrict news content access?

| December 3, 2009 – 4:04 pm | 3,925 views

By Judith Townend, senior reporter, Journalism.co.uk
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#newsrw: Will Lewis’ new Telegraph division to develop new products and revenue

| November 27, 2009 – 5:30 pm | 2,386 views

NMA’s Suzanne Bearne has an interview with Telegraph editor-in-chief and newly appointed head of its ‘entrepreneurial division’, Will Lewis.

#newsrw: Philip John on making hyperlocal pay

| November 24, 2009 – 4:49 pm | 2,929 views

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#newsrw: Brightcove’s new release – video gets personal

| November 20, 2009 – 5:34 pm | 3,235 views

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#newsrw: Robin Brown’s 38 ‘invaluable free web tools for online journalists’

| November 20, 2009 – 4:52 pm | 3,695 views

Freelance writer and new media blogger Robin Brown has come up with a great round-up of tools available online – and perhaps more importantly for free – that could be of use to online journalists.

#newsrw: New group set up to discuss future of news – join in!

| November 20, 2009 – 4:20 pm | 6,066 views

Freelance journalist Adam Westbrook, who is speaking at news:rewired, has set-up a new meeting group (online and offline) for UK-based journalists interested in where their industry is headed.

Thoughts from #1pound40: Can Twitter curate journalism?

| November 20, 2009 – 4:16 pm | 2,488 views

Last week Journalism.co.uk attended Reuters and Amplified’s #1pound40 conference. More details on the event at this link – but essentially a series of discussion on the impact and potential for social media in journalism and politics.

@documentally aka Christian Payne was hopping from table to table capturing audio of the discussion which he kindly shared using Audioboo.