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Digital Storytelling '10
Friday, March 19, 2010 from 1:00 PM to 8:00 PM (GMT)
London, United Kingdom
Digital Storytelling '10 - supported by the BBC College of Journalism.
HEADLINE SPONSOR: 1000heads
A unique event for journalists and creatives of the future. Bringing together pioneers of digital media and the technology behind them to solve the question:
How do we create better stories using digital media?
Nearest tube: Elephant & Castle (Bakerloo, Northern)
The first section of the day brings you inspirational talks from digital creatives, who create pioneering content and business models:
SOJOURNPOSSE - Networked Creativity: Collectivity and craftsmanship
"Sojournposse are storytellers. We are an inspired collective and our motto is "vivir inspirado". Live inspired. Our journeys are told through the languages of photography, poetry and sound".
'Creator, producer, worker, capitalist, all rolled into one'. Digital technologies bring us back to the time before the First Industrial Revolution, where artisans were key in creating, designing and manufacturing products, when the workforces wasn't split into unequal hierarchies of skilled and unskilled labour.
Salina Christmas and Zarina Holmes explain their efforts in reviving visual arts and craftsmanship via a digital collective, and how the culture producers are shaping the Second Industrial Revolution.
DUCKRABBIT - New ways to tell stories in digital media
"duckrabbit are an award winning production company who believe in the power of documentary audio and still images to provoke change".
Benjamin Chesterton, cofounder of duckrabbit has forged a formidable reputation for producing powerful multimedia. An inspirational speaker, Benjamin will explore how the web offers new possibilites for telling stories.
Our technology sessions will take place in our break out rooms for hands on demonstrations. Some sessions will run concurrently so make sure you take your pick.
YOUR CUSTOM CABLE - Mobile Multimedia made better
Think audio from mobile phones is an afterthought? Think again.
Jesse Versloot will showcase his latest collection of cables that allow journalists to use professional quality mics with your own mobile phone.
WHY PLASTIC IS FANTASTIC - Technology & Creativity
Marcus Gilroy-Ware, a researcher and new media entrepreneur says that while technology is empowering, it can also be a limiting factor when it comes to creative expression - the most important factor in wowing your audience.
BLINKED.TV - Delivering mobile multimedia for journalists
Overwhelmed by Twits, Audioboos and Qiks? Andrew Cadman from Blinked.TV will demonstrate his new mobile application and website that allows journalists to create three types of media: - text, audio and video all in one place.
DEMOTIX - Croudsourcing citizen reporters
Wondering how to tap into the vast resources of citizen journalists? Nico Ivanovski from Demotix, a street newswire with almost 10,000 reporters on its books will tell you, as a digital storyteller, how to make the most of this fantastic resource.
The team behind The Berlin Project, an innovative multimedia collaboration between Reuters and Not on the Wires will take part in a open discussion about the project, chaired by multimedia master Adam Westbrook.
Networking & Future of News Meetup
In association with the Adam Westbrook's Future of News Meetup. More details to come.