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April 02 2013

14:14

A closer look at who is coming to news:rewired on Friday 19 April

With most of the tickets for digital journalism conference news:rewired now sold, we’ve taken a look at which organisations delegates are coming from. The list includes local, national and international news outlets, universities, PR agencies and technology firms, as well as a number of freelance journalists. See the Wordle below for a visualisation of the delegate list by company or organisation:

Delegate company wordle April 2013

A list of most of the delegates who will be attending on the day can be found here. There are still some tickets available for just £130 +VAT, which can be purchased at this link.

The agenda and speakers list can also be found on the event website. The speakers list includes digital journalism experts from outlets including Facebook, Google, the Washington Post, the Guardian, Channel 4 News, Huffington Post UK, CNN iReport, ProPublica and many more.

January 19 2012

10:51

A Wordle to show who is coming to news:rewired – media in motion

With tickets now sold out for news:rewired – media in motion, who will be there on the day?

A list of delegates is available here, but we have also created the Wordle below to illustrate the representation of companies at the digital journalism conference on 3 February, based on the delegates attending:

December 20 2010

16:53

news:rewired – beyond the story: what the delegates thought

We catch up with some of the delegates at the end of the latest news:rewired event – beyond the story, to ask them what their favourite sessions were, what they will take away from the day’s events and what they thought of the line-up.

About the event

Journalism.co.uk’s news:rewired – beyond the story took take place on 16 December 2010 at Microsoft UK’s London office.

The one-day event looked at the processes and technology beyond producing content which could help make journalism more powerful. Sessions included discussions on building a community from scratch, search engine optimisation, linked data and the semantic web and the digital production desk.

We’re now working to collect together all the news stories, blog posts, tweets, audio, videos and more from the day on this website. You’ll also be able to see presentations from our speakers on the site soon. You can catch up on any sessions you didn’t get a chance to sit in on or for a refresher by checking out the coverage by Wannabe Hacks, who were liveblogging every session, and our reporter Rosie Niven. Follow the hashtag #newsrw to follow all the buzz since the event.

If you’re interested in hearing about future events from Journalism.co.uk, drop us an email.

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