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If you missed our last news:rewired conference you can catch up with all the sessions and speakers from the day on the news:rewired website.

But the next news:rewired event is coming up soon - See you there!

news:rewired – BOOK HERE

The next full news:rewired event will take place on Tuesday 1 December at MSN in Victoria, London. The details of speakers, sessions and panels will be announced in the near future, but if there are any session you may particularly like to see please get in touch with 'newsrw idea' in the subject.

Tickets are available for £165 +VAT.

news:rewired+ – BOOK HERE

As always, there will be a full day of training available on the day after the main news:rewired conference, on Wednesday 2 December.

A news:rewired+ ticket gives attendees access to the full conference and attendance on the full day of training at a discount of 17.5 per cent compared to buying the tickets separately. Tickets are now available for £335 +VAT.

You can choose one workshop from the following:

Social media content strategies
Improve your social media offering and discover what makes people click and share in this hands-on workshop led by former BBC journalist Sue Llewellyn – described by delegates as a “very informative and inspirational” course. Sue is a former BBC journalist who spent 15 years in the TV newsroom.

Over the last six years she has delivered board-level strategy and social media training to the BBC, The Financial Times, RTÉ, and more.

Advanced online research techniques
With more information at our fingertips than ever before, how can journalists sift through the overwhelming quantity of information on offer?

In this workshop, Alex Wood will teach delegates how to find the facts quickly and reliably using Google, smarter social search and how to put together an effective toolkit. Alex is the editor-in chief of The Memo, and visiting lecturer in online journalism at City University London.

Social video crash course

How should you approach live-streaming via Periscope and Meerkat? And is Snapchat ‘just for kids’? Video producer Richard Barley will help delegates get to grips with all the major players in the social video space with practical tips and fun, hands-on exercises.

Richard is a freelance video producer, consultant and trainer. He previously worked for Twitter UK, helping brands understand the platform.

Check out the news:rewired website to see coverage from the in the build up to the day and follow @newsrewired for the latest news.

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