Today (22 November), Journalism.co.uk is hosting the 20th newsrewired event at the Reuters offices in Canary Wharf, London.
The conference will discuss the latest trends in digital journalism, including storytelling for mobile, graphic novel journalism, immersive video, and collaboration in the newsroom. Check out the full agenda.
Delegates will be able to learn from panel discussions, workshops and spotlight talks, taking away practical recommendations from our expert line-up of speakers, from news organisations such as BuzzFeed, The Wall Street Journal, Quartz, The Economist, Bloomberg, the Guardian, Swedish Radio and more.
If you are unable to join us, here's how you can follow the conversation online:
- on Twitter using #newsrw;
- on the newsrewired website, where our team of bloggers and live-bloggers will be covering the sessions as they happen;
- on Facebook, for video interviews with speakers, delegates and highlights from the event.
The conference kicks off at 9.30am, with a keynote speech from Peter Bale, launch editor at WikiTribune, the evidence-based news initiative from Wikipedia founder Jimmy Wales, where journalism is reimagined with community members and journalists on equal footing. Bale will highlight the progress his team has made so far, and explain how journalism at WikiTribune will work in practice.
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