Articles tagged with: martin belam
Editor of Wired Nate Lanxon says the best times to post to Facebook are first thing in then morning, lunchtime, 3pm and between 5 and 5:30 p.m.
Nate Lanxon, editor, Wired.co.uk; Chris Hamilton, social media editor, BBC News; Martin Belam, user experience lead, the Guardian; and Darren Waters, head of devices and social media, MSN UK discuss social media optimisation
We’ve rounded up some of the best coverage of news:rewired from speakers and delegates alike and collected it together in one handy post.
Speaker Nicola Hughes – DataMinerUK has written a detailed summary of her talk in the sorting the social media chaos session, complete with tips on her favourite journalism tools.
On the Reuters Blog Mark Jones, who spoke in the social media strategy session, used Storify to round up Tweets, pictures and text from across the day.
And RBI’s Adam Tinworth heroically liveblogged every session he was in. Including the liveblogging session.
For all this and more, continue reading…
Courtesy of the BBC College of Journalism, we’ve got video footage from all of our sessions at news:rewired – beyond the story, 16 December 2010. We’ll be grouping the video clips by session – you can view all footage by looking at the video category on this site.
Follow our linked data and semantic web session with a Scribble Live blog from Wannabe Hacks
In the final two weeks before news:rewired we’ll be publishing some thoughts from our speakers on the subject of their session. We asked Guardian information architect Martin Belam about linked data and how it relates to his own work