Journalists, editors and other media professionals packed into MSN UK's office in Victoria, London, yesterday for the 11th news:rewired digital journalism conference.
Highlights on the agenda included a keynote speech from Buzzfeed editorial director Jack Shepherd and sessions on short-form video, immersive storytelling and using Instagram for news.
Below is a Storify of some of the tweets from the day.
And if you missed news:rewired this time around, you can still catch up with all the sessions and workshops from the day on video with one of our digital tickets.
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A European Court of Justice ruling in May means anyone in Europe can now ask Google to hide links to sites with information about them – but only in search results for their own name.
In this week's podcast, we hear from one of the first UK journalists to have been on the receiving end of the new Google rule, a media lawyer who advises on what publishers can do to respond – and a digital rights activist explains the broader context.
This week's guests are:
Jason Collie, assistant editor of the Oxford Mail @ukcavhead
Cleland Thom, media law consultant, trainer and author of the 'Internet Law' handbook @ClelandThom
Joe McNamee, executive director of European Digital Rights, a civil rights group @EDRi_org