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Our next event news:rewired – media in motion will take place on 3 February at MSN’s London offices in Victoria, looking at the latest tools, strategies and approaches in online journalism and the use of digital technologies for innovative news production, with a focus on social and mobile developments.
Sessions at the one-day conference will include a look at the opportunities for online video, how to bring newsgames into news coverage, how best to time social media output, innovative approaches in mobile reporting and building coherent multi-platform strategies for delivering content across print, web, tablet and smartphone apps.
You can book tickets here. Tickets cost £130 (+VAT) and include lunch, refreshments and after event drinks on the day.
This post contains the presentations from session 1B featuring Laura Oliver, community co-ordinator, news, the Guardian; Kate Day, social media and engagement editor, the Telegraph and Cathy Ma, head of social media, IPC Media.
This post offers presentations from Session 1B – Sorting the social media chaos featuring: Nicola Hughes, data journalist, Data Miner UK; Alex Gubbay, social media editor, BBC News; Neal Mann, freelance field producer, Sky News and Fergus Bell, senior producer, Associated Press. Moderated by Suw Charman-Anderson, social technologist.
‘It’s not about being the centre of attention any more, it’s about creating a party and making it rock,’ said Mark Jones of Reuters in the social media strategy session at news:rewired. But at the Independent they are the focus with more than 100,000 Likes across the newspaper’s Facebook presence
Follow the developing the knowing your audience at news:rewired – noise to signal with a CoverItLive blog from Wannabe Hacks
The sorting the social media chaos session at news:rewired – noise to signal saw field producer Neal Mann create quite a buzz when he described Twitter as Reuters on acid, crack and cocaine
Follow the sorting the social media chaos session at news:rewired – noise to signal with a CoverItLive blog from Wannabe Hacks
Liveblogging enhances the journalistic process, according to Anna Doble, social media producer at Channel 4 News and a site editor for Channel4.com/news.
At Channel 4 News liveblogging sits alongside other content ‘adding value’ to the work carried out by the teams working on the television programme and on the website rather than replacing it.
Liveblogging allows for constant breaking news updates throughout the day as well as greater engagement with viewers.
Anna will be discussing these issues on the panel for the liveblogging session at news:rewired.
The social media strategy session at news:rewired – noise to signal takes a closer look at how news organisations are using social media to report and engage with online communities.
How can journalists measure the impact of their online reputation?
This selection of resources shows examples of how political journalists broadcast their work online and interact with one another.
There are also guides to social networking policies, Twitter style, and Facebook news feeds.
In the run up to news:rewired – noise to signal, we’re posting useful links and resources for each of the sessions. In the second post in this series, we look at session 1B: Sorting the social media chaos