The news team of Journalism.co.uk is currently in Brussels covering the Digital News Affairs 2009 conference
We will have a live updating Twitter stream on this site, but you can also watch a prettier and more inclusive stream here and a special one based on the Twitter hashtag #dna140 for the Twitter panel on Thursday here.
If you are Twittering from DNA200, please remember to add #DNA09 to all your Tweets.
In the meantime, here is a list of Twitterers we’ve clocked if you want to follow them individually. This list is by no means conclusive, so feel free to add your own Twitter handles in comments if you will be at the conference and have been missed out.
Join in the Twitter conversation at DNA2009 by Tweeting via #dna09. Either follow on this SocialPlume page or via the live Tweet updates below:
So, here we are in the land of waffles and fruity beer, live from DNA 2009 in Brussels. Have a look at the agenda here. It should be two days of varied, and if we’re lucky, heated discussion – just to keep things lively.
On Day Two, Journalism.co.uk’s very own Laura Oliver will be participating in a panel on Twitter: is it possible to tell the news in 140 characters?
We’ll be live-Tweeting from @journalism_live, with news updates from @journalismnews. You can follow an updating blog post tracking the Twitter conversation (#dna09) or a post with an embedded live-blog from the De Fontys Hogeschool Journalistek.
Alternatively, try out this socialplume page which will also be tracking the conversations.
If you’ve got any questions you’d like to ask any of the participants on the list just drop laura or judith @journalism.co.uk a line.