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When producing stories for mobile audiences, journalists must consider which platform best suits the content, according to CNN International’s digital producer.
Speaking at news:rewired in London today, Eliza Mackintosh discussed mobile-first journalism and shared her insights …
Metro’s social media and community manager, Richard Moynihan, today told the news:rewired conference, in London, about the tools and tips by which his title has boosted traffic to – and engagement with – its website.
The newly-appointed editor of Buzzfeed UK , former social media editor of NME Luke Lewis, has a wealth of experience in building online communities.
As publications become more social-media savvy, editors are beginning to realise the importance of asking readers for feedback. What they too often forget, as Lewis told the news:rewired conference in London today, is the crucial “second part” of actually responding.
We’re sorry to announce that due to unforeseen circumstances Mark Luckie will no longer be able to deliver the keynote speech at news:rewired.
Never fear though, we’ll be back with an equally awesome speaker to announce soon!
A copy of the presentation delivered in the Twitter reporting workshop at news:rewired – digital stories on Thursday 6 December, as led by Anna Doble, head of online, Channel 4 News and Jenny Rigby, social media and special projects producer, Channel 4 News.
Anna Doble, head of online at Channel 4 News, and Jenny Rigby, social media and special projects producer at Channel 4 News, shared their advice on Twitter reporting this afternoon at the news:rewired – digital stories conference in London.
Luke Lewis, editor, NME.com; Marc Cooper, head of publishing at Northcliffe Digital; Faisal Islam, economics editor, Channel 4 News; Mark Coatney, media outreach director, Tumblr discuss engaging with readers via various social platforms.
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The panel generally agreed that if you wouldn’t say it on air, don’t tweet it, a point Laura Kuenssberg introduced.
Editor of Wired Nate Lanxon says the best times to post to Facebook are first thing in then morning, lunchtime, 3pm and between 5 and 5:30 p.m.
Laura Kuenssberg, business editor, ITV News; Neal Mann, digital news editor, Sky News; Katherine Haddon, head of online, English, AFP; and Tom McArthur, UK editor, breakingnews.com discuss setting social media standards