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How the Guardian uses comments to support journalism

| July 16, 2015 – 1:54 pm | 4,102 views
Laura Oliver

Comments may be ‘much maligned sometimes’ and commenters often get overlooked but, in reality, they can be a websites most loyal users, Laura Oliver, the Guardian’s social and communities editor, told the news:rewired conference today

16 tips for better data journalism from the BBC, Guardian and Wales Online

| July 13, 2012 – 4:39 pm | 4,818 views
An example of data journalism from Claire Miller at Wales Online

Damian Kimmelman, chief executive of Duedil; Claire Miller, senior reporter and data journalist, Media Wales; Bella Hurrell, specials editor on the BBC News website; James Ball, data journalist, Guardian investigations team.

Community building: how to engage creatively with different communities

| July 13, 2012 – 3:35 pm | 3,108 views
Hannah Waldram of the Guardian speaking as part of news:rewired's panel on building communities.

Mark Johnson, community editor, the Economist; Malika Bilal, digital producer and co-host of The Stream, Al Jazeera (via Skype); Hannah Waldram, community co-ordinator, the Guardian; Ros Atkins, presenter, World Have Your Say, BBC World Service; Tony Haile, chief executive, Chartbeat discuss growing engagement of audiences both across social media platforms and on news outlets’ own websites.

Making digital journalism sustainable: is the homepage still relevant?

| July 13, 2012 – 2:31 pm | 3,796 views
Dennis Mortensen of Visual Revenue speaking at news:rewired

John Barnes, managing director of the technology and digital division at Incisive Media; Stephen Folwell, business director, multimedia and brand extensions, Guardian News & Media; Dennis Mortensen, chief executive and founder, Visual Revenue; Lucia Adams, digital development editor, The Times, discuss what readers are prepared to give in return for quality journalism: money and/or data.

#newsrw: Digital journalists should focus on creating a good reader experience

| July 13, 2012 – 11:39 am | 2,417 views
newsrw keynote panel

Joanna Geary, digital development editor, the Guardian; Raju Narisetti, managing editor, Wall Street Journal Digital Network; Martin Fewell, deputy editor, Channel 4 News; Alex Gubbay, director, digital platforms, Johnston Press discuss digital-first strategy at news:rewired’s keynote panel.

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LIVE: Engaging the digital mindset – debating digital-first strategy at #newsrw

| July 13, 2012 – 10:16 am | 4,484 views

Joanna Geary, digital development editor, the Guardian; Raju Narisetti, managing editor, Wall Street Journal Digital Network; Martin Fewell, deputy editor, Channel 4 News; Alex Gubbay, director, digital platforms, Johnston Press discuss digital-first strategy

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Presentations from session #2A: Integrated Storytelling

| October 12, 2011 – 12:59 pm | 5,075 views
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Presentations from some of the panellists in session #2A at news:rewired, Integrated Storytelling

Speaker presentations: Session 2A – Developing the data story

| June 3, 2011 – 10:32 am | 4,858 views

Here are the presentations from Session 1A – ‘The data journalism toolkit’, with Professor Paul Bradshaw, visiting professor, City University and founder, helpmeinvestigate.com; Alastair Dant, lead interactive technologist, the Guardian; Federica Cocco, editor, OWNI.eu; Conrad Quilty-Harper, data reporter, the Telegraph. Moderated by Simon Rogers; editor, Guardian datablog and datastore

LIVE: Final session – Is liveblogging rewriting journalism? #newsrw

| May 27, 2011 – 4:15 pm | 4,232 views
Image by David Ortez on Flickr, some rights reserved

Follow the developing the is liveblogging rewriting journalism? session at news:rewired – noise to signal with a CoverItLive blog from Wannabe Hacks

#newsrw: Heather Brooke – ‘How do any journalists in the UK do their job?’

| May 27, 2011 – 12:06 pm | 8,475 views
News Rewired :Conference 27-5-11- Thompson Reuters,London

Getting hold of meaningful data is the great battle facing British journalists, Heather Brooke said in her keynote speech at news:rewired – noise to signal. The Freedom of Information campaigner urged journalists to challenge the ‘unhelpful attitude’ of public records being withheld