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Podcasts, eyewitness media and new models in digital publishing: Highlights from newsrewired

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Journalism.co.uk's 17th newsrewired took place last week in London and the day was a mix of panels, workshops and short talks on trends and practices in digital journalism.

Today's episode brings you highlights from the conference – from tips on how to produce an investigative podcast, to advice for working with eyewitnesses on social media and what made The Times and The Sunday Times adopt a new digital publishing model.

For more coverage from the event, visit newsrewired.com

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