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As it happened: Online standards and ethics discussion at news:rewired

| April 19, 2013 – 4:27 pm | 3,351 views

The final panel of today’s news:rewired conference featured a discussion on the key ethical and standards-related issues at play in the digital journalism space, including social media etiquette and management, online corrections and linking.

Speakers were Tom Standage, digital editor, the Economist; Jenny Rigby, social media and special projects producer, Channel 4 News; Sean Ingle, sports editor, Guardian.co.uk; and Martin Bryant, managing editor, The Next Web discuss online and social media standards.

What to expect from news:rewired – full stream ahead

| June 12, 2012 – 10:00 am | 6,318 views

An overview of news:rewired – full stream ahead, with details of what is happening, who should attend and who is speaking.

Most of the tickets have now been sold so get yours before the event sells out.

What? news:rewired is a one-day conference focusing on the latest developments in digital journalism. Throughout the day more than 30 speakers will share case studies and best practice.

Topics for this event include data journalism, social media and verification.

It’s the seventh news:rewired event and is organised by Journalism.co.uk.

When? Friday, 13 July. 8.45am (for 9.30am start) to 5.30pm, followed by networking drinks.

Where? MSN (Microsoft) HQ, London. (Address: Cardinal Place, 100 Victoria Street, London SW1E 5JL – see a map and a picture of the easy-to-spot building.)

Book Your Place!

Washington Post’s executive producer for digital news Cory Haik to give news:rewired keynote

| May 31, 2012 – 10:20 am | 6,883 views
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Cork Haik will deliver the keynote presentation at news:rewired – full stream ahead on 13 July.

More than 30 news industry innovators will speak on the day, on topics including verification, making digital journalism sustainable, the art of storytelling on social media, mobile, data journalism and community engagement.

Tickets sold out three weeks before the last event – so book now to avoid dissapointment

More speakers confirmed for #newsrw, including Wall Street Journal, Guardian and Johnston Press

| May 15, 2012 – 9:45 am | 5,233 views

Announcing the agenda and additional speakers who will be presenting at news:rewired – full stream ahead, which will take place on 13 July 2012 at MSN HQ, London.

New speakers include Raju Narisetti, managing editor, WSJ Digital Network, Alex Gubbay, director of digital platforms at Johnston Press, Subhajit Banerjee, mobile editor at the Guardian and John Barnes, managing director of the technology and digital division at Incisive Media.

We’re also pleased to confirm Pete Clifton, executive producer of MSN; Martin Fewell, deputy editor of Channel 4 News and Damian Kimmelman, CEO of Duedil.

Six things to ‘forget’ to make better video

| January 24, 2012 – 2:07 pm | 6,586 views

Multimedia journalist, blogger and lecturer Adam Westbrook shares six lessons he recommends be forgotten by those who wish to be innovative in online video journalism, one of the topics to be discussed at news:rewired – media in motion

Announcing Tableau as latest sponsor of news:rewired – media in motion

| January 9, 2012 – 9:41 am | 5,088 views
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Data visualisation tool Tableau is returning as sponsor of news:rewired – media in motion, Journalism.co.uk’s digital journalism conference

Announcing the final session: The future of collaboration in digital journalism

| September 20, 2011 – 10:00 am | 4,886 views
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The final session of news:rewired – connected journalism will look at some of the key issues raised in a world of participatory journalism: the “digital-first” mentality, the values and standards of the link economy and the role and responsibilities of journalists and news organisation as active members of the open-web community.

Speakers already confirmed for this session are Steve Herrmann, editor of BBC News Online, and Anthony De Rosa, social media editor at Reuters (via Skype). More speakers will be announced shortly.

Nieman: The NYT joins with YouTube and Storyful for 9/11 video reflections

| August 31, 2011 – 11:17 am | 5,461 views

The New York Times is collaborating with YouTube and curation platform Storyful in a bid to collect videos from the public answering questions about what 9/11 meant to them

ScribbleLive to open up syndication so freelancers can earn for liveblogging

| December 16, 2010 – 5:10 pm | 5,087 views

Liveblogging platform ScribbleLive is to open up its syndication marketplace to allow freelancers to get paid for creating content for its clients.

ScribbleLive founder Michael De Monte (pictured) said the syndication marketplace, which will launch next year, will allow individuals who sign up to its freelancers’ plan to make money when they are covering or talking about live events online.

ScribbleLive already has a syndication marketplace for large organisations like Thomson Reuters and they plan to extend this service to other paying subscribers.

Speaking at news:rewired, De Monte said the product would help media organisations to cover breaking news from all over the world.

“You can’t be every place, every time,” he said. “Hopefully there will be a journalist producing that content and it can go into system.”

Links: Branding and entrepreneurialism – standing out from the crowd

| October 26, 2010 – 2:12 pm | 4,823 views
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Here are some more useful links and resources on topics up for debate at news:rewired – beyond the story.

This time we’re looking at Branding and entrepreneurialism, with Rory Brown, Molly Flatt, Rick Waghorn and Alex Wood, getting advice from those who have already bought the ‘making it on your own’ T-shirt and those who are just taking their first steps as an entrepreneur in the media business. And it’s not just about the individual, or startup – what about long-established news organisations? How should they be balancing and communicating their own business brands with that of their individual journalists? Or is branding really the journalist’s domain at all?