Ho will focus on "how news outlets and reporters can embrace the mobile revolution," as well as considering "what comes beyond mobile and how emerging technologies will affect news and storytelling".
We recently reported on how the Wall Street Journal approaches innovation, and Ho has been heavily involved in the steering of WSJ's mobile strategy, including leadership of the outlet's mobile editorial team and in his role as founding editor and co-creator of the outlet's iPad app and tablet edition
In an additional workshop, later in the day at news:rewired, Ho will also highlight useful tools and apps for journalists interested in expanding their mobile toolbox.
The digital journalism conference will be held at MSN UK's offices in Victoria, London, and will offer a range of sessions, including workshops and topical discussions, for those interested in the latest developments in digital journalism.
The conference agenda features sessions offering practical tips and techniques on using Reddit as a journalist, boosting engagement with online reporting, harnessing private social networks, searching the web, getting to grips with spreadsheets – and much more.
Speakers include digital journalists from the BBC, the Telegraph, Financial Times, BuzzFeed and Reddit.
For more detail see the agenda information online, and book tickets here for just £130 +VAT, which includes lunch, refreshments and after-event networking drinks.
You can also book a news:rewired+ ticket to attend both the conference on 23 July, and a one-day training course the following day (Thursday 24 July).
Attendees can choose to attend one of the following courses: growing social media communities, mobile journalism or online data journalism. news:rewired+ tickets cost just £300 +VAT.
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