Our 32nd Newsrewired conference will take place on 15 November 2023 in London.
It brings together the brightest minds in the news industry to exchange ideas as well as business cards. You will come away with practical tips to take back to your newsroom.
Innovation and driving change
We will be at Reuters, the biggest news agency in the world. Global editor for media news strategy, Jane Barrett, will set the tone of the day: innovation in digital publishing.
World-class strategy expert Lucy Küng delivers a keynote speech on the major leadership challenges in 2024.
An exciting panel discussion will explore how four very different publications - the Guardian, The Bureau of Investigative Journalism, Dazed Media and The Mill Media - get readers over the line to pay for news.
Attend a hands-on workshop with former Storyful editor Kevin Donellan who will demonstrate the basics of Generative AI, the exciting new tech that is taking the industry by storm.
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The Financial Times is no stranger to expanding into many areas that would seem unfamiliar territory for a news operation, like events and consultancy. In a session with FT Live and FT Strategies, we explore how news organisations can broaden their horizons and dip into new business opportunities.
There is no hiding from the fact local media is in a tough spot. We will hear from two news operations - Ping! and The Lincolnite - about pioneering innovative solutions to the industry’s main pain points, and share tips on how to embark on your own innovation journey.
It is all well and good innovating, but spare a thought for those leading the charge. A practical workshop with Headlines Network will show you how to change newsroom culture so our colleagues are less at risk of burn-out, vicarious trauma and other pressures on their mental health.
Join the BBC Academy trainer Marc Blank-Settle for a whirlwind tour of useful, innovative and creative apps to take you from zero to hero with your smartphone. While the focus will mainly be on apps for iPhones, there will be plenty for Android users too.
Compelling climate reporting
Climate is truly one of the big stories of our time and audiences have a real appetite for stories about climate accountability. An exciting talk with climate reporting experts will seek to help journalists understand who is trying to push what story, who funds these stories, and who are the PR companies trying to build relationships with the editors.
It feels that everyone – ex-footballers, entrepreneurs, comedians, influencers – has a podcast these days. What can news podcasts do to stand out from the crowd? We hear from the most popular news podcasts in the land - BBC News, Guardian, The New Statesman and Global - about their approach.
Reflections and networking
After a day of panel discussions, what can be really helpful is a clear summary of the day's main talking points. Esther Kezia Thorpe of Media Voices will lead the reflections before heading off to the drinks table for our favourite part of the day: mingling and networking.
Your ticket includes entry to the conference, lunch and refreshments, evening networking drinks and a delegate 'goodie' bag. Grab your ticket today
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