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| July 13, 2018 – 2:20 pm | 168 views

The email newsletter is seeing a resurgence in popularity, having experienced a slow period as the news world went through a “method-of-the-year” style approach to audience engagement as hype for new concepts came and went.

From RSS to curation to social media it became easy to overlook the humble newsletter, but doing so means doing yourself a severe disservice.

At newsrewired, we gathered a panel with representatives from organisations known for their high quality and popular newsletters, chaired by Federica Cherubini, international head of knowledge sharing at Condé Nast International.

The article is a compilation of the various strategies, approaches, experiences and tips from the panel.

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Speaker presentations: Justin Kings on skills for multimedia journalism

| January 22, 2010 – 2:28 pm | 2,785 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 | 4,898 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 | 6,155 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:

Speaker Presentations: Tony Hirst and data mashing

| January 20, 2010 – 2:53 pm | 5,575 views

In the data mashing session, Open University lecturer Tony Hirst presented on ‘Playing with data – all you need is glue’.

Speaker Presentations: Adam Tinworth and online troubleshooting

| January 19, 2010 – 4:09 pm | 2,834 views

If you weren’t able to make the news:rewired session on troubleshooting within online journalism, Adam Tinworth, editorial development for Reed Business Information (RBI), has shared the slides from his presentation detailing what he’s learned from implementing blogs and social media tools with journalists at RBI.

Blog round-up: Posts on the sessions at news:rewired

| January 15, 2010 – 4:24 pm | 17,987 views

If you attended news:rewired but missed some talks or you couldn’t make the day altogether, below is a round-up of coverage from the sessions.

Video: Videojournalism – past, present and future

| January 15, 2010 – 3:51 pm | 2,938 views

David Dunkley Gyimah, award-winning videojournalist and Southbank artist-in-residence, opens a debate on what’s next for videojournalism.

Video: George Brock’s keynote speech at news:rewired

| January 15, 2010 – 3:45 pm | 3,717 views

Video of George Brock, head of journalism at City University London, giving the opening keynote at news:rewired.

Going Local

| January 15, 2010 – 3:01 pm | 5,010 views

The success of volunteer-driven local media depends on a platform for marginalised voices and good human relations, delegates were told.

FOI – “Poking the beast of authority”

| January 14, 2010 – 6:14 pm | 4,689 views

Citizens are now able “poke the beast of authority” at the touch of a button, according to Francis Irving, senior developer at mySociety.org