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With less than three weeks to go to our Newsrewired conference, spaces are getting tighter so secure your place today – when they are gone, they are gone.
This will be our 25th conference, and as usual, we will aim to provide delegates with practical skills and ideas they can take home and explore in their own organisations. Here is what you can look forward to.
The next Newsrewired digital journalism conference will take place on 27 November 2019 at Reuters in Canary Wharf, London.
One of the key sessions of the day will be a discussion around diversity in the newsroom.
With just four weeks to go until July’s news:rewired digital journalism conference we are delighted to announce the agenda.
The event, organised by Journalism.co.uk, will take place on Thursday 16 July at MSN HQ in London, and aims to showcase the latest in tools, tips and trends in digital journalism, with a focus on practical advice for working journalist at any level.
We have yet to confirm all of the speakers but we can now confirm the sessions available on the day.
We are delighted to announce the agenda for the next digital journalism conference news:rewired, to take place in London on Tuesday 3 February.
We are now pleased to announce the agenda for the next news:rewired digital journalism conference, to take place in London on Wednesday 23 July.
The event, organised by Journalism.co.uk, aims to showcase the latest developments in the field and offer journalists a range of practical sessions and workshops.
For the first time, there will also be a range of optional sessions over an extended lunch period, where delegates can get some focussed guidance on a number of topics, or use the extra time to network and enjoy their lunch.
We can now provide details on the choice of sessions available on the day. You can also see the plan for the full agenda here.
The digital journalism conference offers host of practical sessions and workshops for digital journalists.
There will be workshops in: Google tools for journalists, Mozilla’s Popcorn Maker (for creating web-native video), mobile journalism, growing a social media community, and start-up journalism.
Sessions will focus on: Curation: the journalist as manager, data-inspired stories, building participatory communities, online standards and ethics.