Hannah Waldram, community manager EMEA for Instagram, today outlined for delegates at the news:rewired conference some tips on how journalists and editors can use the social photo-sharing network to enhance their storytelling.
Publishers can engage with their online communities in a number of ways – they can respond to comments, host Q&A discussions and even crowdsource content, very few would crowdsource an entire magazine. But that’s exactly what Finland’s Bonnier Publications did, its chief executive told the news:rewired conference, in London today.
The first afternoon session at the news:rewired conference, today in London, took a practical look at how news outlets are finding, sourcing and using content from Instagram.
Media Wales’s head of web, Paul Rowland, told the news:rewired conference today that regional news titles are “perfectly poised” to embrace BuzzFeed-style shareable content, but also warned that “not optimising your content for sharing is as damaging as not using basic SEO”.
There are many ways online publishers engage with their community, from simply responding to comments to hosting Q&A discussions and crowdsourcing content. This session at the news:rewired conference, today in London, shared lessons from those connecting with their audience online across platforms
Jack Shepherd, editorial director of BuzzFeed, delivered the keynote address on ‘shareable content’ today at the 11th news:rewired conference, held today in London. Handily, he delivered it at a list…
Following on from the keynote, this session kept the spotlight on social media with a look at key issues for news outlets to consider
Jack Shepherd, editorial director of BuzzFeed, delivered the keynote opening address at the news:rewired conference, today in London, explaining how news outlets can make their content shareable
news:rewired, the one-day digital journalism conference hosted by Journalism.co.uk, takes place just four weeks tomorrow (Thursday 23 January)!
Over the past weeks and months the Journalism.co.uk team has been working hard to build an agenda focused on the latest innovations from newsrooms in the UK, Europe and the US, with inspirational industry case studies and helpful practical tips to be shared along the way.
The event at MSN UK’s offices in London, Victoria, on Thursday 20 February will cover a range of vital digital journalism skills as well as highlight the latest tools in innovation.
In tribute to our keynote speaker Jack Shepherd, editorial director of BuzzFeed, we have compiled a list of eight key skills delegates will get to hear about on the day (some sessions run in parallel, but all delegates will gain access to video of the sessions after the event).
Tickets to news:rewired are now sold out, but we are also running three courses in web-native video, data visualisation and searching social media and verification which can booked separately for £90 +VAT, or as part of a news:rewired+ ticket.
We’re pleased to announce SAM, an ‘online social asset management platform’, as the latest sponsor of Journalism.co.uk’s digital journalism conference news:rewired.
The event is being held on Thursday 20 February at MSN UK’s offices in Victoria, London.
SAM, which can be used by journalists and others in the media to search, curate and organise social media content, is currently in private beta. Delegates at news:rewired will be treated to a ‘sneak peak’ of the platform, highlighting its potential use by journalists.
Founder and chief executive James Neufeld will deliver the demonstration within the journalist’s toolbox session, in the afternoon of the event.