Join a packed schedule of heavyweight speakers at the Journalism in a Social Media World conference on 14th October to discover the future social media holds for journalism.
Book before Friday 10th September 2010 to save 15% - click here to register.
You will take the following inspiration and insight from the day:
Social media as a primary research and news
Social media as a primary research and news gathering tool to drive the news agenda
Driving audience engagement and participation with social media
How to successfully promote your content with social media
Up-to-date tips and tricks for effectively engaging all different forms of social media , including: blogs, Twitter, Facebook, forums, podcasts and iPhone apps
Real-life best practice examples from the UK journalist community
The conference will feature the following speakers:
Matthew Eltringham, Assistant Editor, Interactivity and Social Media Development, BBC; Martin Fewell, Deputy Editor, Channel 4 News; Chris Shaw, Head of News, Current Affairs and Documentaries, Five; Meg Pickard, Head of Social Media Development, Guardian News and Media; Dominic Ponsford, Editor, Press Gazette; Andy Lowe, Online Editor, Total Film; Laura Oliver, Editor, journalism.co.uk; Donnacha Delong, Vice President, NUJ; Andrew Walker, Co-Founder, Tweetminster; Christian Payne, social technologist & blogger; Martin Thomas, Co-Author, Crowd Surfing
Attendance on the day costs £395, with an Early Bird 15% discount if you book before Friday 10th September 2010.
To find out more about the Journalism in a Social Media conference - and to register - please click here.
There are limited places available and seats are booked on a first-come first-served basis.