News:rewired: connected journalism
VICTORIA (LONDON) - How do you stay connected in the ever evolving world of digital journalism? And if you already are linked, what's the best way to maintain a collaboration?
These are some questions news:rewired wants to treat in its meeting on 6 October 2011 at MSN UK, London.
As the previous conference spoke about the 'noise to signal': the latest tools and strategies that filter large datasets and social networks into a clear signal for the news industry. This gathering will be the next step in understanding the digital journalism process.
For this fifth edition the digital media events from Journalism.co.uk are offering a platform for all interested parties who are curious in the journalism of the future. This one-day conference includes the following: a look at the architecture of the newsroom and new opportunities for integration, recommendations on how to inspire continued and improved engagement from a community and a discussion on the importance of collaboration for the future of investigative journalism.
News:rewired-connected journalism boasts names such as Iain Overton, managing editor at the Bureau of Investigative Journalism, Turi Munthe, founder and CEO of Demotix, the global user-generated news service, and Kate Day, social media and engagement editor for the Daily Telegraph.
In order to get the most out of the meeting, you already can connect to the invitees at @iainoverton, @turimunthe and @kate_day. Along with several other names, these specialists will help you in sorting the social media chaos, knowing your audience and make data readable for your target group.
Attend and refine
Until August 29 you can buy tickets at a reduced rate (85£ + VAT). After that, it will rise to £130 +VAT. Tickets can be ordered here. For suggestions regarding the items or for more information please mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Journalism.co.uk’s next news:rewired event will take place on October 6 at MSN’s London offices in Victoria.