Copy_of_Dark_Blue_Modern_Business_Conference_Banner_Landscape_copy.png's flagship Newsrewired conference returns for the 33rd time, setting its sights on the ever-evolving landscape of online media. This twice-yearly event, known for showcasing cutting-edge trends in digital publishing, promises a thought-provoking agenda for media executives, journalists, and industry experts.

We will kick off with a timely keynote from Dmitry Shishkin, CEO of Ringier Media International, followed by a panel "Truths, half-truths and damn lies: fact-checking in the age of AI," which will dive deep into the challenges and opportunities of navigating an information-flooded world. Attendees can also sharpen their B2B strategy with insights from an expert panel in a breakout session.

After a well-deserved coffee break, the focus shifts to audience engagement through newsletters, with Dan Bloom from POLITICO and Lauren York from The Times and The Sunday Times. More speakers will be confirmed soon.

Meanwhile, a workshop led by Maire Bonheim and Philippa Law from The Telegraph explores how collaboration with audience teams can boost the performance of your articles and the newsroom.

Understanding the next generation is crucial if you want to grow your audience. Debbie Ramsay from ITN and Luba Kassova from AKAS will unpack "What do Gen Z and Gen Alpha really, really want from news brands."

The media industry’s management record is dreadful. There are many reasons for it but it often boils down to the fact that the best journalists are promoted to managerial positions without proper training and support. Do not miss the fireside chat with Dr. William Fleming about the effective support your newsroom can offer to journalists - and encouraging them to take it up.

We will also tackle a vital question: "What is the future of public-interest news in the UK?" followed by another coffee break to re-fuel for the final session.

AI is inescapable but just talking about it does not help. Do not miss the show-and-tell session "Practical use of AI in the newsroom" where three journalists will show tools they work with and answer your questions about what works, what doesn’t and why.

For those contemplating a career shift, a workshop titled "The 'Don’t Panic' guide to life after the newsroom" with Alison Gow and Mark Frankel provides valuable insights into managing your career after redundancy.

The conference closes with networking drinks, fostering valuable connections and idea-sharing amongst attendees.

Newsrewired promises a dynamic platform for media professionals to stay ahead of the curve. Don't miss this opportunity to navigate the future of digital publishing alongside industry leaders and register today.

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