Press Release - Monday, 5 August, 2013
– Digital Journalism World 2013
Digital Journalism World 2013 (7 - 8 October 2013 | Singapore) will explore opportunities and tools of change for today’s newsrooms and journalists.
This first and inaugural event in Asia, Digital Journalism World 2013 (7-8 October, Singapore) will capture the exciting shift in Journalism & Newsroom onto the digital stage, as it embraces new technology, tools of change and innovations in the digital sphere with multiple online platforms for news broadcast, while leaving old paradigms behind.
This is a premier gathering of Journalists, Producers, Writers, Publishers and Executives in digital journalism, global media and news brands, digital newsroom, trade and business media brands, as well as mobile and digital technology providers.
Key themes explored:
- Big Data
- Visual Story
- Social Media
& Citizen Journalism, Crowdsourcing operations
- News consumption
- Live blogging as
- New Technology
and New Tools of Change
- Rise of Mobile
- Digital Ethics
Model for Mainstream and Alternative Journalism
- Brands as Journalists
increasing & engaging participatory online communities
Journalist, The Guardian UK
of Operations, The Financial Times,
of Innovation, Broadcasting Board of
Interactive Editor, Associated Press
& President and Advisory Board Member, Asian American Journalists Association
& Co-Founder, SAM
Editor, The Economist
Media Editor, Singapore Press Holdings
& Co-Founder, Journalism++
Ressa, CEO, Rappler
Reporter, The Next Web
Lovelace Consulting &
Co-Founder, Infographics Agency
Wibke Weber, Visiting
Professor, Nanyang Technological
& CEO, Malaysiakini (Malaysia Now)
Yew Kuin, Local
Partner, Baker McKenzie
Stephen Quinn, Digital
Media Consultant and MOJO Trainer (former Journalist, South China Morning Post)
David Campbell, Multimedia
Analyst and Writer
Momenu Islam, Business
Development APAC, Vizrt
To attend: Email email@example.com
Get the latest developments. Find out more about the tools available to help Journalists & Newsroom better manage and “up their game” in the shifting paradigm? All these, and still stay close to the heart of Journalism, which is to tell better stories, while maintain accuracy, truth and connection to our audiences?
Presenters will discuss the latest models, technology & approaches for the digital media & online news broadcast & journalism industry. Issues will cover news creation, to news gathering & re-purposing…to news workflow management & distribution.
These exciting topics will be discussed and deliberated by the key stakeholders:
- What is the model of Journalism in the age of
- What opportunities and challenges are Journalists
facing in the digital and mobile revolution?
- What are the current progress in adapting to social
media and the changes in the newsroom with its new interactions with audiences?
- The rise in social story-telling and buzzfeed – is
this the future of journalism?
- What new tools do social media require for
professionals and how does that affect our legacy systems?
- What is the role of a journalist in a big data
- What tools are helping journalists to work with big
- How to identify trends early using tools available?
How can we use big data to uncover facts and the truth?
- How is live blogging used effectively in telling
stores in real time?
- How can traditional newsroom and digital ones build
real value in real time live journalism?
- Where is the biggest news audience? - Newspaper,
Radio, TV, Social, Web?
- How news consumption has changed, what does it mean
to have “news coverage” today?
- What are the key characteristics of mobile media
consumption across screens and platforms? changing media vs changing consumer
- Using YouTube for news breaks; building campaigns;
collect information and promoting reporting
- Use of augmented reality and engaging digital
- What are some of the most power tools to truly
engage our audience and listening to them
- Using data visualization tools
- How does Mobile impact the world of journalism now?
- What are the new jobs we’ve never heard of but need
- What are the key challenges facing Journalists
- What influences an audience to download a news app
or digital news piece?
- What are some great ways to grow your social media
presence across borders and bring your reporting into the right online
- What are the best practices in terms of
correcting/editing content? How about updating archives and what are some of
the causes that lead to seizure of a blog?
- How do we handle social media sources and their
- With the speed of news on social media, how do we
ensure accuracy over speed?
- Understanding Journalists as brands
- What does digital journalism and media (TV, radio
etc) look like in mobile-first, user-centric world?
- How do we build a respected journalism brand in the
heart of social media, with integrative, interactive and conversational
marketing built in
Visit event website at www.digital-journalism-world.com
Sponsors – SAM, VIZRT
Digital Media Partner - MyNewsDesk
Event Partners – AsiaToday.com, TNW (The Next Web), Asian Media Information and Communication Centre (AMIC)
News Distributor – ACN Newswire
For enquiries and for info to attend this event, please contact:
Deborah Crystal Lee
Digital Journalism World 2013
Email – firstname.lastname@example.org
Organized by Asher Russell Events Pte Ltd
Digital Journalism World will capture this exciting shift in Journalism onto the digital stage, as it embraces new technology and innovations in the digital space and multiple online platforms, while discarding old paradigms. This is a premier gathering of Journalists, Producers, Writers, Publishers and Executives in digital journalism, well known global media brands, trade and business media brands, as well as mobile and digital technology providers.