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Journalism events diary
Please email information about your events of interest to journalists to Jen Crosland jen at journalism.co.uk or call 01273 243592.
Off The Record: It's Chriiiiiissttmassssss!
Start date: 10/12/13
Time: 7pm - 11.30pm
The night is both a first anniversary celebration and a Christmas party wrapped into one big bundle of fun. There'll be a limited amount of free drinks and canapés, and entry is gratis too. All we ask is that you do both these things if you're definitely going to attend: apply for a ticket here (www.eventbrite.com/e/off-the-record-its-chriiiiiissttmassssss-tickets-9285249431) and also RSVP on the Facebook event page here (www.facebook.com/events/178628142332768).
Off The Record is not for profit. We're the opposite of a private member's club – more like a real-life social network where everyone's equal, from interns to editors. The media is changing rapidly and profoundly and we gather every other month to ponder this, make valuable new connections, and celebrate the power of journalism during an informal evening. We don't have set speakers but we do have guests from national and international papers, major publishers, online, social and community, and broadcasting/film to chat with.
We'll look to run five more Off The Record events in 2014, so we're always glad to hear about interesting host venues in Central London. Feel free to contact us if you fancy having a few squiffy hacks over. Thanks.
Off The Record's founders Amy and Christopher tweet here: @amyoliver and @chrisbeanland
More information @OffTheRecordLon and www.facebook.com/offtherecordlondon
The London Malmasion,
18-21 Charterhouse Sq,
(www.malmaison.com). Nearest Tubes: Barbican and Farringdon.
Contact: Christopher Beanland
Web: click here
Data journalism – mapping the future?
Start date: 22/01/14
Time: 18:00 to 20:00
A new way for journalism or just old clothes disguised as new? Should journalists be programmers? Should they all have computing skills? Does Data Journalism help comprehension?
To mark the publication of Data Journalism;Mapping the Future? Edited by John Mair and Richard Lance Keeble with Paul Bradshaw and Teodora Beleaga (Abramis)
Book today: https://data-journalism-mapping-the-future.eventbrite.co.uk
Adam Street Private Members Club,
9 Adam St,
Web: click here
Start date: 20/02/14
We will be holding our next news:rewired digital journalism conference on Thursday 20 February – offering another thought-provoking day of digital journalism innovation and inspiration, with industry case studies and practical tips for newsrooms.
And we’re not stopping at the one day – for the first time we will also be offering the possibility to sign up for an additional three-hour, hands-on training session the following day, on Friday 21 February.
The event will return to MSN UK’s office in Victoria, London (on both days). Thursday’s conference will feature a mix of panel discussions, presentation-style sessions and shorter workshops focusing in on best practice application of specific skills or tools, for newsrooms of any size, while Friday’s half-day additional option, will enable attendees to dive deeper into a specific area, and hone practical skills to take back to their newsroom.
Work is now underway on putting together the event agenda – but there is still time to make any suggestions for areas you would like to see covered in February. We will have more details on the three half-day practical training sessions on offer very soon.
Tickets to attend just the news:rewired conference on Thursday 20 February are currently available at an earlybird rate of just £95 +VAT, for the first 50 tickets.
Once all 50 have been sold, or by the end of Tuesday 26 November, whichever comes first, the price will rise to the standard rate of £130 +VAT.
Those who want to attend both days (20 and 21 February) will need to book a ‘news:rewired plus’ ticket, which is also on sale at an earlybird rate of £175 +VAT. Again, once all 50 tickets (conference-only and ‘news:rewired plus’ combined) have been sold, or by the end of Tuesday 26 November, whichever comes first, the price of these tickets will rise to the standard rate of £220 +VAT.
100 Victoria Street,
Contact: Rachel Bartlett
The Digital Innovators’ Summit 2014
Start date: 24/03/14
End date: 25/03/2014
The Digital Innovators’ Summit is an annual international digital media conference designed to bring together senior executives from content businesses, technology innovators and solution providers to understand emerging trends, share innovative ideas and solutions, see new relevant technologies and network.
The objective is to help content business leaders develop better strategies and build better media businesses. It features leading experts, innovative companies and thought leaders from across the the digital spectrum.
The conference attracts 500 senior executives from from over 40 countries. Attendees include CEOs, Managing Directors, Publishers, Editors and Content Managers, Business Development, Online and Mobile, Marketing and Sales.
The 7th Digital Innovators' Summit takes place in Berlin, Germany on 24 and 25 March (and with some non-programme-related activities planned for the 23rd).
The 7th edition will build on the successful previous editions to bring you a programme rich in case studies, practical insights and inspiration. The DIS provides a platform for international delegates to meet and understand emerging trends, hear about successful business models and innovative ideas, share knowledge and network with their colleagues – all with the goal of developing even better strategies and running successful content businesses.
Pre-agenda registration is now open. Register today to save.
The Digital Innovators’ Summit was launched in 2007 to help traditional magazine publishers come together and hear how the magazine industry was developing digital businesses. In that time, as digital knowledge and experience has increased and magazine companies have become far more diversified in terms of their media platforms, the event has become attractive to a wider audience and now looks at innovations and future trends of all aspects of digital media.
The Digital Innovators’ Summit is organized by FIPP, the worldwide magazine media association, VDZ, the Association of German Magazine Publishers and emediaSF, a San Francisco based digital media consultancy.
Deutsche Telekom Representative Office
Französische Straße 33 a-c
Contact: Anja Mumm
Rethink Media Conference: Next Generation Game-Changers
Start date: 25/03/14
Time: 09:00 - 17:30
The Rethink Media Conference returns to Birmingham on 25 March 2014 for another one-day festival of talks, activities and big debates on the state of the UK’s media industries.
Hardware, software, platforms, networks, audiences, funding – every aspect of the media stack is changing.
Rethink Media looks at the new role of compelling stories, engaged audiences, the power of networks and platforms to change how we develop and engage to define the game changes for the new generation.
Professionals tasked with looking to the future or developing inspiring new content will be provided with insights, debate and food for thought to help solve the many challenges on the horizon.
Rethink Media, organised by Birmingham City University, has been established specifically to support emerging media and the development of new business models and tools to enhance content creation, maximise distribution and support audience engagement.
Speakers and the event programme will follow here and on RethinkMedia.biz as details are confirmed.
The Parkside Building
City Centre Campus
Web: click here
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