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In this podcast Journalism.co.uk's technology correspondent Sarah Marshall finds out some useful tips on the different ways journalists and news organisations can use a multitude of publishing tools to tell integrated stories, across text, audio, social media and video.
For a heads-up on the topics up for debate at our next news:rewired event, beyond the story,check out our numerous link posts over on the event website, on areas such as branding, digital production and communities. Tipster: Rachel McAthy. To submit a...
Curated tweets from speakers, staff and delegates at the 12th news:rewired digital journalism conference
This post on the news:rewired event site is a great starting point for journalists keen to learn more about the initial stages of data journalism, including guides to data scraping and online data stores available to use. Tipster: Rachel McAthy.
Over on the news:rewired site there are plenty of resources for those interested in open data on a local scale in this post, which also outlines some great examples of data journalism with a focus on 'the local'. The topic is at the centre of debate for a session at news:rewired - noise to signal. Find out more here. Tipster: Rachel McAthy.
Over on Journalism.co.uk's event site for news:rewired, technology correspondent Sarah Marshall runs through ten free collaboration tools for journalists, to enable journalists to work with each other creatively. Tools on the list include online video editing platform Stroome, data social network BuzzData and sharing document platform DocumentCloud.
Want latest multimedia and community journalism tips? Follow the tag #newsrw on Twitter for Journalism.co.uk's news:rewired updates. Tipster: Judith Townend. To submit a tip to Journalism.co.uk, use this link - we will pay a fiver for the best ones published.
This post on Poynter offers some useful tips on how to strengthen communication between data journalists and coders or, in their words, "data geeks", in order to produce better journalism. When reporters, data geeks and coders combine forces, we can tell stories using alternative forms and dive deeper into information than we would be able to on our own. Journalism.co.uk's next digital journalism conference, news:rewired - connected journalism, will feature a session looking at newsroom architecture and seek to uncover the new opportunities for collaboration between different roles and departments. Find out more here.
A Storify of tweets from the 11th news:rewired digital journalism conference, held at MSN UK's office in London on 20 February 2014
Speakers from the BBC, Al Jazeera English and the Wall Street Journal are due to appear at our forthcoming digital journalism conference conference in London