Articles tagged with: journalism
A live blog of the searching social workshop at the news:rewired conference in London today
VoxPopMe, which journalists can use to collect ‘videopinions’ from the public via their mobile phone, will deliver a short presentation at the one-day digital journalism conference on Friday 20 September.
We still have some tickets left to news:rewired, although these are limited and expected to sell out. Buy yours now for just £130 +VAT.
Here at Journalism.co.uk we’re counting down the days until our next digital journalism conference news:rewired, which takes place on Friday 20 September.
We have a fantastic line-up of speakers from news outlets including: BBC News, the Guardian, GigaOm, Quartz, ITV News, Wall Street Journal, Vice UK, and many more….
The event is being held at MSN UK’s offices in Victoria, London.
Video of the final session at last month’s news:rewired digital journalism conference. The final session assembled a panel to discuss online journalism ethics and standards issues.
The panel featured: Tom Standage, digital editor, the Economist; Jenny Rigby, social media and special projects producer, Channel 4 News; Sean Ingle, sports editor, Guardian.co.uk; Martin Bryant, managing editor, The Next Web.
A video of the lightning round at news:rewired on Friday 19 April, which introduced delegates to a number of new tools and technology in the digital journalism world.
Editor of recently-launched Tech City News Alex Wood started with an overview of three new tools which could be of use to digital journalists, followed by Anthony Sheehan‘s introduction to Near You Now and David Tomchak, who discussed new video app Vizibee.
Video of the opening joint session at news:rewired on 19 April, which looked at the role of journalists as curators of content across the web,
The panel featured: 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; Michael De Monte, founder and chief executive, ScribbleLive.
Highlights from the final news:rewired session about online standards and ethics in journalism
The opening panel session in our upcoming news:rewired conference on 19 April will cover the growing role of journalists in curating content from social media and the wider web.
With two weeks to go today (tickets still available here!) we decided to highlight some useful tools for differing sectors of content curation. This is by no means an exhaustive or definitive list so feel free to recommend any further tools or platforms in the comments section.
Nicolas Kayser-Bril, chief executive and co-founder of Journalism++ – which brings web technologies into journalistic workflows – delivered the keynote speech at news:rewired – digital stories in which he offered simple tips on improving data-driven journalism.
A self-taught programmer and data-driven journalist, Kayser-Bril was previously in charge of data journalism at ‘augmented news’ site OWNI, where he led several experiments in crowdsourced data gathering.
Presentations from session #1A, which featured: Christian Heilmann, Mozilla Popcorn; Josh de la Mare, editor of video, Financial Times; John Domokos, video producer, the Guardian and David Dunkley Gyimah, video journalist, academic and consultant.