The Journalism.co.uk team is taking a short Christmas break, but will be back reporting from 4 January 2011.
Festive wishes to all our readers and followers. If you want to leave a message for us during the break email rachel [at] journalism.co.uk.
To catch up on the news this week, have a listen to our last news podcast of the year.
If you’re not able to make Journalism.co.uk’s digital journalism event news:rewired – beyond the story taking place tomorrow (Thursday 16 December), never fear – we’ll be providing lots of coverage of the day’s events, news and views on newsrewired.com, Journalism.co.uk and Twitter. You can read more about who’s attending and who’ll be speaking on http://www.newsrewired.com.
On newsrewired.com there will be blog posts covering each session and a liveblog of the day broken down into the sessions again from Wannabe Hacks’ Nick Petrie and Matt Caines.
The BBC College of Journalism will be on handing filming snippets from the day’s action, which will also be posted on the site and speaker presentations will be added to the website as soon as possible after the event.
To follow others’ tweets and blog posts about the day, use the newsrewired.com buzz page or follow the hashtag #newsrw. We’ll also be tweeting from the @newsrewired Twitter account.
There’s just one week to go before media140’s event on data and how journalists and media can make better use of it. Featuring the Guardian’s news editor for data Simon Rogers and Information is Beautiful author David McCandless, the event will discuss the commercial, ethical and technological issues of making data work for you.
Rufus Pollock, director of the Open Knowledge Foundation, and Andrew Lyons, commercial director of UltraKnowledge will also be speaking. Full details are available at this link.
Journalism.co.uk is proud to be a media partner for media140 dataconomy. Readers of Journalism.co.uk can sign-up for tickets to the event at this link using the promotional code “journalist”. Tickets are currently available for £25, which includes drinks.
The event on Thursday 21 October will be held at the HUB, King’s Cross, from 6:30-9:30pm.