Join us at Newsrewired and learn how to create professional video and audio content using the tool you and your team already have – a smartphone. Whether you want to boost your social media strategy, publish more video or simply produce professionally-looking content with fewer people and resources, Newsrewired has you covered.
Slide and audio – Press play: What works in online video?
Publishers are now competing for attention with services such as Netflix and Amazon Instant Video – so what are the best news video formats to engage your audience?This ‘in-depth’ session explored production techniques and strategies behind interactive web documentaries, making on-demand video for multiple platforms, and striking the balance between TV and digital. With: Ryan Smith, supervising […]
Exploring the value of 360-degree video in the newsroom
“2016 is the year of the 360-degree video and VR (virtual reality),” Parminder Bahra, executive producer, EMEA, of The Wall Street Journal opened his speech with at the news:rewired ‘video focus’ event in London today.
How the BBC World Service is using virtual voiceover translation to reach a multilingual audience
In news and journalism, language can represent a troublesome barrier. If on the one hand producing content in a specific language restricts its reach to just those capable of understanding it, on the other hand making it accessible to everyone by translating it is expensive and time-consuming.
Online video: challenges and possibilities for audience engagement
With the unique array of opportunities it offers for creative storytelling and audience engagement, video is increasingly gaining momentum within the journalism industry. As new technologies and platforms have developed, video formats have started to be not a sole prerogative of TV anymore; video content is now accessed from multiple platforms, live or on-demand.
How a Sky News reporter uses her mobile phone to ‘go live’ in 90 seconds
With some stories happening so quickly they need to be covered before a team get there, or happening at a time when few resources are available, turning to mobile journalism is becoming the increasingly common response.
A Reuters masterclass in how to make live content work online
Traditionally, running the live services at Reuters would have meant operating a satellite-delivered service which goes to hundreds of broadcasters around the world, but in recent years it’s been about running Reuters Live Online – an over-the-internet service that is specifically designed to give easy-to-use live content to digital publishers.
As it happened: ‘The Trailblazers’: Crafting a feature-format web series… and pulling in 300K+ viewers along for the ride
Learn how to turn a complex topic into accessible content without ‘dumbing it down’, how to find the sweet spot between news and features, and get millennials to tune in.
As it happened: Livestreaming news: The what, where, when and how of making live work online
Tessa Kaday runs the Live Desk at Reuters Video News, delivering live breaking news, entertainment and sports content to hundreds of broadcasters and online publishers across the world. Three years after Reuters launched the first multiple stream live service for online publishers, she shares the lessons they learned while building a product that works for […]
As it happened: The mobile journalist’s toolkit
Can you go live from your smartphone in under 2 minutes? Harriet Hadfield, reporter, Sky News, never dares leave the house without her mobile broadcasting kit. She will give attendees an insight into some of the apps and tools she uses to shoot and stream video from her smartphone. Also, you are welcome to pass any materials […]