One of the reasons why the public increasingly mistrusts the media is that journalists are spending less time outside of their London offices, losing touch with what interests, inspires and bothers people outside the capital.
We are pleased to announce more confirmed speakers ahead of our newsrewired conference on 6 March 2019 at Reuters, London, UK.
Rouven Leuener, group head of digital product at Neue Zürcher Zeitung; Jess Brammar, head of news at HuffPost UK; Matthew Barraclough, head of Local News Partnerships at BBC; and Nic Newman, senior research associate at the Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism.
Speakers from ScribbleLive, the Huffington Post, n0tice and The Washington Post told the news:rewired conference how journalists are now curating the news.
This session of news:rewired looked at the growing role of the journalist as a manager of information from the social web and beyond. Our speakers shared some key skills, tools and techniques for effective curation across different forms of digital news delivery, from the liveblog to innovative collections of content shared on social media.
Our speakers were Cory Haik, executive producer for digital news, The Washington Post; Matt McAlister, lead on the Guardian’s n0tice platform; Michael Rundle, technology editor, Huffington Post UK; and Michael De Monte, founder and chief executive, ScribbleLive.
Carla Buzasi, editor-in-chief, the Huffington Post UK; Dominique van Heerden, digital producer, CNN; Chris Hamilton, social media editor, BBC News and Ed Barrow, chief technical officer, idio discuss how they are opening their doors to citizen journalism, bloggers and third-party opinion
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