If you’ve been under a rock for the last month and haven’t heard us mention our digital journalism event news:rewired next month, then here’s an idea of who’s going, courtesy of Wordle:
news:rewired is a practical, one-day event at City University London with the aim of giving working journalists relevant and immediately useful advice on multimedia, social media and online business models.
There’s still tickets left, but they’re going fast. If you want to book before the VAT hike, tickets are £80 +VAT and available at this link.
In the latest Q&A on our news:rewired site, media consultant and top radio tipster Justin Kings describes how radio can make the most of multimedia tools.
The fact that much of multimedia is visual is a huge benefit to radio. We’ve seen how images, videos and so on can help enhance the radio experience. In terms of social media, I would suggest radio is itself a social media. By that I mean it shares similar characteristics, it is personal, it’s interactive and reactive. So, again, tools like Twitter can complement content on the radio.
news:rewired » Q&A: Justin Kings, media consultant, Newsleader.
The Press Association has signed up as a media partner for Journalism.co.uk’s digital journalism event news:rewired.
The Press Association joins the BBC’s College of Journalism and sponsor Audioboo as partners for the event on 14 January 2010 at City University London.
To meet a growing demand for digital and multimedia content from its clients, the agency launched its video news wire in April. In keeping with our news:rewired session on working in partnerships, the Press Association is also planning a public service reporting pilot in collaboration with local media groups.
You can follow the agency on Twitter on @pressassoc and find out all about news:rewired at this link.
To spread the word even further about our forthcoming digital journalism event news:rewired on 14 January 2010, we are enlisting the help of the Twitter army and offering you the chance to win a brand new Flip Ultra HD pocket camcorder, just in time for Christmas!
The entry requirement is simple, all you have to do is follow @newsrewired and tweet or re-tweet the following:
Come to #newsrw digital #journalism event 14:1:10. Follow @newsrewired & RT for chance to #win FlipHD http://is.gd/58NY8
The competition will close on Friday 18 December 2009 at 13:00 GMT and the winner will be selected at random and announced shortly after.
Full details of news:rewired are on www.newsrewired.com, but a quick summary: this is a one-day event for journalists looking to up their digital game and for trainers and new recruits hoping to stay one step ahead of the industry.
We’ll be offering practical sessions on videojournalism, using social media and data, and working in partnerships – all from the perspective of a journalist or publisher in the field.
We’ll also be discussing where the potential for making money to support digital and new forms of journalism is.
Tickets are £80 + VAT and can be purchased here. Contact us on laura [at] journalism.co.uk for more details.