City University London journalism lecturer George Brock gives news:rewired a lively opening talk on adapting to seismic changes in the industry
Live stream from news:rewired at City University London: Follow this link to view the news:rewired livestream Keynote, 10:30 – 10:45, Oliver Thompson lecture theatre, by George Brock, head of journalism department, City University. Presentation, 10:45 – 11.10, Oliver Thompson lecture theatre, by Kevin Marsh, BBC College of Journalism, on the challenges of learning new multimedia […]
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Our buzz page is live. Follow the #newsrw conversation at this link. Please use the #newsrw tag if you are using Twitter or just newsrw to tag your AudioBoos, Delicious bookmarks, Flickr pictures etc. We were having some fun yesterday with our iPhones and Audioboo, here at Journalism.co.uk HQ. Here’s Journalism.co.uk editor Laura Oliver talking […]
One of our news:rewired speakers, Justin Kings – also known as @newsleader – spent a morning tweeting some excellent social media and broadcasting tips, all tagged #newsrw. In case you missed them, here they are in full. (Read more about Justin and his work at this link. His own blog is http://newsleadermediaconsultancy.blogspot.com/) 1. Big picture […]
news:rewired is asking its speakers to tell us more about themselves. Next up is SoGlos.com’s deputy editor James Fryer on launching an independent, online-only media business.
news:rewired is asking its speakers to tell us more about themselves. Next up is New Statesman deputy editor Jon Bernstein on the challenges of working as a multimedia journalist.
Justin Kings runs newsleader media consultancy, specialising in news/talk radio and multi-media projects across the United Kingdom and Europe. He will be talking about putting multimedia into practice at news:rewired.
mySociety is behind some of the most innovative citizen and community projects in the UK: TheyWorkForYou, WhatDoTheyKnow, FixMyStreet, Mapumental, No. 10 Petitions site, PledgeBank, WriteToThem, and others. Its senior developer, Francis Irving, has worked for the charity since 2004 and will be talking about collaborative data projects at news:rewired, along with data expert Tony Hirst, from the Open University.
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.