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news:rewired 20 July – BOOK HEREJournalism.co.uk is pleased to announce the next news:rewired event will take place on 20 July 2016, at Reuters UK in Canary Wharf. Tickets are available now for just £165 + VAT.
Here's a sneak peek at the topics we're looking at for the programme:
- social media newsgathering and storytelling - sourcing, verification, and engagement;
- reaching the mobile generation on Yik Yak, Snapchat, and more;
- how to make the most of data in your news reporting;
- the podcaster's guide to audience engagement;
- analytics - are you on the right track?
news:rewired+ – BOOK HERE
We are pleased to announce a training day will follow our conference in July, giving attendees the chance to gain more in-depth knowledge about one of three topics we will cover: making podcasts and audio packages; search engine optimisation; and advanced online research techniques.
A news:rewired+ ticket to access both the conference on 20 July and one of the courses on the 21 July costs just £335+VAT – giving delegates an 18 per cent discount on the conference compared to booking tickets separately.
Choose one workshop from:
Advanced online research bootcamp
Journalists have never had as much information at their fingertips as they do today. But how can you sift through all that’s out there quickly and reliably, finding the facts among the online chatter? In this one-day workshop, Alex Wood, editor-in-chief of The Memo and visiting lecturer in online journalism at City University London, will teach delegates how to get more from Google, smarter social search and how to set up a toolbox to research more effectively in the future.
Search engine optimisation for journalists
Many publishers are relying on outdated SEO training that does not take into account recent changes or – worse – is actively harming their site’s search performance. This intensive one-day course, led by Adam Tinworth, will provide journalists and editors everything they need to know about SEO and how search engines operate.
Making podcasts and audio packages
This practical workshop will teach you how to make both long-form feature interviews and programmes, and radio-style magazine packages like a pro. Former BBC journalist Corinne Podger will show you how to record quality audio and provide editing tips to create engaging online broadcasts.
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