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August 03 2011


Announcing news:rewired – connected journalism, 6 October 2011

Journalism.co.uk’s next news:rewired event will take place on 6 October at MSN’s London offices in Victoria.

What’s it about?

news:rewired – connected journalism will look at different forms of integration and collaboration in the industry, both inside and outside the newsroom.

As journalists we don’t work in isolation, and collaborating with our audience is becoming increasingly important. And as the way we do journalism changes, organisations need to think carefully about the way members of staff and different departments work together to produce the best product in the most efficient way possible.

Journalism.co.uk’s next news:rewired event will look at the latest opportunities for collaboration in the newsroom given the evolution of new digital journalism roles, and how reporters can work with the wider community to improve, fund and find the journalism of the future.

Sessions at the one-day conference will include:

  • a look at the architecture of the newsroom and new opportunities for integration
  • advice on how to inspire continued and enhanced engagement from a community
  • a guide to some of the top tools and latest digital platforms for integrated multimedia storytelling
  • insight into innovative business models being adopted by community-focused news outlets
  • a discussion on the importance of collaboration for the future of investigative journalism and how to build the necessary bridges between journalists, news outlets and the general public

In the spirit of collaboration, we are keen to hear about anything you would like to see covered during the day. Just let us know @newsrewired or email rachel[at]journalism.co.uk.

Several speakers have already been confirmed for the event, including:

Iain Overton, managing editor, the Bureau of Investigative Journalism.

Philip Trippenbach, editor-in-chief, Citizenside.

Laura Oliver, community co-ordinator, the Guardian.

Turi MuntheTuri Munthe, founder and CEO, Demotix.

Kate DayKate Day, social media and engagement editor, the Telegraph.

Who’s it for?
news:rewired events are for: working journalists with an interest in digital media; media trainers and students; journalism and communications academics; PR and communications professionals; and anyone interested in the future of the journalism and media industries.

Book Your Place!

How can I book tickets?
There are 50 tickets available at a special earlybird rate of £85 (+VAT). But you will need to be quick because this 35 per cent discount is only available until 29 August.

After 29 August ticket prices will rise to £130 (+VAT). For information about tickets and availability email ed[at]journalism.co.uk.

How can I learn more?
You can email rachel [at] journalism.co.uk for more information on the agenda, or to suggest any topics you would like to see covered.

For sponsorship/advertising queries contact stefanie[at]journalism.co.uk or james[at]journalism.co.uk.

Image by WebWizard on Flickr. Some rights reserved

February 15 2011


news:rewired – what would you like to see?

We’re starting to put our heads together again here at Journalism.co.uk to plan the next news:rewired event, which will offer practical advice from experts in journalism and digital publishing.

We’re eager to open up the planning process this time around and hear from the people that attend our events. What would you like to see covered at our next conference? In what format?

Feel free to contribute ideas on themes, sessions, or workshops, or areas of the industry you like to discuss, or on particular tools and techniques you’d like to see covered.

You can leave your thoughts in the comments box below, or tweet us: @newsrewired using the hashtag #newsrw.

Image of the news:rewired crowd courtesy of Thoroughly Good on Flickr.

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