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| June 20, 2018 – 11:54 am | 161 views

The opening panel at the next newsrewired event will explore journalism beyond the 24-hour news cycle.

How do you tell stories once most of the cameras have gone? How do you keep audiences engaged?

And how can you keep track of the impact of your newsgathering and storytelling?

Today, the Journalism.co.uk team is happy to announce, Mun-Keat Looi, science writer and commissioning editor for longform science magazine Mosaic, will be joining the discussion, alongside Megan Clement, managing editor, Women’s Advancement Deeply; Emily Dugan, senior reporter, BuzzFeed News; and Paul Rowland, editor, WalesOnline, and editor-in-chief, Media Wales.

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Q&A: Philip Trippenbach, freelance interactive producer

| April 27, 2010 – 10:47 am | 3,029 views

In our latest speaker Q&A we talk to freelance interactive producer Philip Trippenbach his work as a freelance interactive producer and about how video games are closely related to more traditional forms of journalism.

Q&A: Chris Taggart, developer, OpenlyLocal

| April 26, 2010 – 11:29 am | 2,590 views

We hear from Chris Taggart, founder and developer of OpenlyLocal, an online platform designed to open up local authority data.

David Amerland: Niche, SEO and the paywall debate

| April 21, 2010 – 4:44 pm | 4,643 views

On Journalism.co.uk journalist and SEO expert David Amerland writes on the role of search engine optimisation (SEO) in the future of online publishing and paid-for news models.

“Newspapers and those who run them have not understood that online visitors to generalised news sites will pay not for the quality of the news, but for its convenience,” he writes…

Iain Hepburn: Podcasting, vodcasting and mobile journalism

| April 14, 2010 – 2:31 pm | 2,534 views

Iain Hepburn, digital editor of the Scottish Daily Record and Sunday Mail (and delegate at our news:rewired event in January), shared his thoughts on mobile journalism and podcasting at a recent panel discussion on digital journalism at the Edinburgh Science Festival. A great starting point for our discussion of mobile for journalism and publishing at June’s news:rewired event.

Must read: Marc Reeves on the future of niche publishing

| April 12, 2010 – 12:04 pm | 2,523 views

Marc Reeves, former Birmingham Post editor and now editor of TheBusinessDesk.com West Midlands, has posted his thoughts on the problems facing the “old guard” and “new old guard” in when it comes to the future shape of the publishing and journalism industries, which are well worth a read at this link.

On the theme of our event on 25 June, the nouveau niche, Reeves explains how niche titles might fit in to this changing landscape.

How to: get the most from video reporting on events

| April 12, 2010 – 11:52 am | 2,468 views

Great advice for anyone covering news:rewired or other conferences related to their niche using video from Andy Plesser, executive producer at video news site Beet.tv.

Speaker presentations: More from Sarah Hartley on hyperlocal and community media

| February 3, 2010 – 4:17 pm | 2,968 views

At our news:rewired session on local media, Sarah Hartley, launch editor of the Guardian’s new local sites, gave a fascinating overview of which players are involved the local media scene.

Speaker presentations: Justin Kings on skills for multimedia journalism

| January 22, 2010 – 2:28 pm | 2,765 views

Media consultant and trainer Justin Kings gave his crowdsourced list of the top 10 essential skills for multimedia journalists to the news:rewired crowd.

Audio: Tony Hirst on data mashing

| January 22, 2010 – 2:21 pm | 4,881 views

Courtesy of Glyn Mottershead, one of the delegates at news:rewired, here’s audio of Tony Hirst from the Open University talking about in-browser data-mashing for journalists.

Speaker Presentations: James Fryer and making money

| January 20, 2010 – 3:58 pm | 6,129 views

James Fryer, deputy editor of independent arts and entertainment website SoGlos.com, talked at news:rewired about his experiences with launching and running an online news business: