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| September 20, 2019 – 11:58 am | 112 views

As we are entering a new decade, we will explore what skills journalists need to develop to succeed in their careers and help their newsrooms thrive.

From data skills to foreign languages, the panel of experts with a stellar track-record in newsroom innovation will discuss practical tips and give advice on how to drive change in the years to come.

Confirmed speakers include Lyndsey Jones, executive editor and section chief of day production at the Financial Times in London. Jones has played a leading role in the digital transformation of the FT, streamlining editorial operations and reshaping the newsroom to focus on digital-first publishing, while taking a more disciplined and simplified approach to the print editions.

Blathnaid Healy is director EMEA, CNN Digital International, based in the London bureau. She was previously UK editor at Mashable, establishing the brand and opening its first office in London.

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BBC College of Journalism to partner news:rewired

| December 14, 2009 – 4:05 pm | 4,741 views

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.

#newsrw speaker Q&A: Mark Rock, CEO of Audioboo

| December 14, 2009 – 1:24 pm | 4,349 views
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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.

#newsrw: So who’s coming to news:rewired?

| December 11, 2009 – 4:30 pm | 3,830 views
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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.

#newsrw: A ticket reminder before the VAT hike

| December 11, 2009 – 3:16 pm | 2,889 views

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:

#newsrw: Ten tips for would-be online journalism entrepreneurs

| December 7, 2009 – 6:04 pm | 30,487 views

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#newsrw: Social media rules for journalists

| December 7, 2009 – 11:45 am | 2,986 views

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#newsrw: Get the news:rewired widgets for your own site

| December 4, 2009 – 2:48 pm | 2,648 views
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Help us spread the news:rewired word by displaying our widgets on your own blog or site. We’ve got two options… Take your pick!

#newsrw: Win a Flip Ultra HD camcorder!

| December 4, 2009 – 11:00 am | 50,715 views
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To spread the word even further about our forthcoming digital journalism event news:rewired, we are enlisting the help of the Twitter army and offering you the chance to win a brand new Flip Ultra HD …

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

| December 3, 2009 – 4:35 pm | 4,307 views

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 …

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

| December 3, 2009 – 4:04 pm | 4,822 views

By Judith Townend, senior reporter, Journalism.co.uk
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